Most versions of the game feature 23 playable characters, with the exception of the Game Boy Advance, which only includes 14.
To unlock Silver Surfer, you need to go to the S.H.I.E.L.D. simulator and play each of the four minigames 11 times. After that, a "Complete" message will appear in place of the number of times you have played that game. To unlock Silver Surfer, Complete all 4 minigames (a "Character Unlocked" Message will appear). You can then use him in any mission.
There are a total of 5 acts across 18 different stages in Marvel Ultimate Alliance.
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Marvel: Ultimate Alliance is a 2006 action role-playing video game, developed by Raven Software for the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Xbox and Xbox 360, and published by Activision. The game was ported to the PlayStation Portable and Wii by Vicarious Visions, and to Microsoft Windows by Beenox. A different Game Boy Advance version was developed by Barking Lizards Technologies. A re-release version based on Xbox 360’s latest edition was developed by Zoë Mode for Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, and was released in July 2016.
Ultimate Alliance is set within the fictional Marvel Universe and features many of the superheroes, supervillains, and supporting characters that appear in publications by Marvel Comics. It shares many similarities with Raven Software’s previous Marvel titles, X-Men Legends and X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse, in that it allows players to select from its vast cast to create the ultimate superhero team. The game features an original plot in which the heroes of the Marvel Universe must join forces to defeat Doctor Doom and his Masters of Evil and foil their plans for global domination.
Players can select teams of four from a range of more than twenty-two playable characters (although some characters are not initially available and need to be unlocked), allowing them to create their own superhero teams or recreate famous teams from the publications. Bonuses are also available if forming certain groups (e.g. the Avengers, Defenders, Fantastic Four, Marvel Knights, X-Men). The game has alternative endings, dictated by the number of optional missions the player completes. Included are trivia, artwork, and “simulator discs”, which unlock non-story-related missions for characters. Each character also has a variety of costumes that offer different advantages.
The Game Boy Advance version of Ultimate Alliance features significant differences from the other console versions. Most notably, the basic gameplay takes the form of a side-scrolling fighting game with minor RPG elements, such as the ability to alter the player characters’ stats. The graphics are simplified for this system and the selection of characters has also been reduced. Some additional gameplay modes were added to this version of the game including a S.H.I.E.L.D. Simulator, Time Challenges, Scavenger Hunts, and a Survival mode. Teams for this port consist of three characters and a non-playable fourth character called a “striker”, who can be summoned to perform a powerful attack directed toward on-screen enemies.
Marvel - Ultimate Alliance
North America: October 24, 2006
Barking Lizards Technologies
Game Boy Advance
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