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|Platform:||Sony PlayStation 3|
|Game Name:||Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer||Rating:||T-Teen|
|Publisher:||2K Games||Release Year:||2007|
The long-running comic marks its second silver screen salvo with a visit from The Silver Surfer and a simultaneous video game release. Featuring a plot designed to mesh with the movie, Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer gives players the ability to fight as each member of the Fantastic 4: The Thing, with his superhuman strength and hulking, stony physique; The Human Torch, with his ability to fly and wield flames; The Invisible Woman, who can disappear and create force fields; and the malleable Mr. Fantastic. Gamers can switch characters at any time in order to utilize each member's special abilities, and the game features a new Fusion Attack System that combines the foursome's powers for devastating team attacks.
Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer finds the group pursuing their argentine adversary as he glides across the globe wreaking havoc and preparing Earth for imminent destruction. Along the way gamers will unravel the mystery behind the appearance of the shiny surfboarder, battle other comic book characters like Red Ghost, Terrax, and Super Skrull, and deal with the surprising return of their mortal enemy, Dr. Doom. The game features destructible environments that produce debris capable of being used as weapons, unlockable costumes, comic covers, and movie footage, and co-op play for up to four people.
|Game||Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||56562051|
|Platform||Sony PlayStation 3|
|ESRB Rating||T - Teen|
|ESRB Descriptor||Fantasy Violence|
|Number of Players||1-4|
|Game Special Features||
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no so fantastic of a game
After spending a few years as the industry's whipping boy, it seems that the beat-em-up game has come back into favor with game developers. But even with today's new technology, the games haven't improved very much. Fantastic Four is no exception. The game's moves are simple, and the entire game is based on hitting buttons fast enough to make the bad guys die. You have a choice between five characters: the Human Torch, Thing, Mr. Fantastic, the Invisible Woman, and She-Hulk. Each player has four special moves that are done by holding R2 and pressing a certain combination on the D-pad. One of these special moves (usually the most devastating) requires "force power" to execute, meaning you can only do the move when you collect enough force energy. This doesn't really matter because most characters have a few special moves that are almost as useful, and you will find plenty of force power ups as you traverse the levels. There are two attack buttons, although they both have the same result. Pounding one of the buttons quickly results in a combo that eventually knocks the enemy away. The game is incredibly easy if you pick certain characters and just do powerful, non-force-draining special moves repeatedly. For example, pick Thing and keep doing the Thunderclap, or pick the Human Torch and do the Flaming Ring, which hurts all enemies close to you. The game's ease is compensated by the game's sheer length. The lack of any type of save or password mechanism really hurts the game, because you'll probably get bored of the game long before it's over and simply turn it off. F4's graphics are nothing to write home about and fit in perfectly with the rest of the game's mediocre feel. A few stages have some nice lighting effects, and some boss characters are nice and large. The sound, on the other hand, is rather strange. The sound effects are the average grunts and smacks you'd expect from a beat-'em-up game, and you'll get occasional voice clips ("Flame on!") as well. The music is really quite bad and stands apart from the rest of the game. A lot of it is this crazy saxophone music. It just doesn't fit at all. Fantastic Four could have been a much better game, and it's unfortunate that the core game isn't better. All the external features are nice, but without a good game to center it all, it just falls flat.
Fantastic 4: Rise of the silver surfer. 2007 PS3 Game.
very slow boring game. although, it does bring back the traditional arcade game feel. For your own personal enjoyment, the more players you have in this particular game the better. zero internet play! very slow story line combining your game play experience.