X-Men: Destiny for PlayStation 3

X-Men: Destiny

Sep 27, 2011

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About this game

Developer: Silicon Knights
Content Rating: Teen


In this third-person action/RPG, X-Gene enhancements deliver a deeper level of customization to players’ powers, with a chance for players to experience the abilities of their favorite X-Men mutants. Gamers will evolve their mutant skills in unique ways and engage in fast and furious combat, spectacular combo-driven attacks and rewarding finishing moves against a variety of opponents bent on defending their beliefs.

Critic Reviews

10 Reviews
Timothy NunesOct 14, 2011
Overall, X-Men Destiny is a worthy rent and definitely worth the time of anyone who likes X-Men, anyone who enjoys trophy hunting, or even anyone who likes games in which Nolan North voices (the voice of Cyclops, by the way). A few standout features cannot justify the purchase of X-Men Destiny, but it is definitely a worthy rent and a fairly easy platinum
Carolyn PetitSep 29, 2011
On top of it all, Destiny is an ugly game. The simple character models and muddy textures make it look like it was made several years ago, and the unattractive effects that accompany your powers make them feel underwhelming. You can breeze through this adventure in under six hours, but the gameplay is so shallow that you won't be left wanting more, and because your choices have so little impact
Sean EngemannSep 27, 2011
Some have called X-Men: Destiny the spiritual successor to X-Men: Legends, but that couldn't be farther than the truth. They may share a few role-playing qualities, but Legends had tight gameplay mechanics and a nice multiplayer feature. It may be fun to mix up your mutant powers and test out new combinations, but that's about all X-Men: Destiny truly offers.

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