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    1. X-Men: Wolverine Claws
    $19.86 list($49.99)
    2. X-men: Next Dimension
    3. X-Men Series I Action Figure:
    $6.98 list($9.99)
    4. X-Men 13" Deluxe Poseable Figure:
    5. X-Men Series I Action Figure:
    $9.98 list($19.99)
    6. X-Men Jet with Light and Sound
    $20.91 list($49.99)
    7. Xmen:Next Dimension
    $23.95 list($39.99)
    8. X-Men: Reign Of Apocalypse
    $14.99 list($49.99)
    9. X-men: Next Dimension
    $5.29 list($9.99)
    10. X-Men 6" Action Figures: Super
    11. X-Men Tabletop Pinball Machine
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    1. X-Men: Wolverine Claws
    list price: $12.99
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    Asin: B00006JZQV
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Toy Biz
    Sales Rank: 3522
    Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (10)

    Have a fun slashing time
    Let's face it, ever since u were a kid and read X-men, u wanted to be Wolverine. But back in the days we didn't have toy claws and had to make our own...taping pencils or any other pointy objects around our hands and trying to hack our friends apart. This was all good fun until someone got poked in the eyes and got hurt. Seriously, times have changed and our prayers have been answered with actual Wolverine claws. I got these for my 7 and 8 year old cousins and they had a ton of fun, trying to hack the guts out of each other. The only complaint I have is that the gloves are a little large but my cousins didn't seem to mind.

    Best Toy Ever!!!
    These are really fun. Me and my friends all love them. It really makes you feel like Wolverine. The sounds are really cool. This is one of the best toys.

    Nowhere near expectations!
    I was very disappointed. In order to make sound, you must hit the claws against something really hard. The claws don't stay out and are a lot shorter than the picture shows. The gloves are the size of an adults hands...

    get ready for wolverine to be in town
    if you like wolverine get this! it is very cool! i slice every thing off. my advice get it!

    I like the claws alot because they are fun they are cool and they retract so what more is there to say these claws rock I recomend everybody buy them. ... Read more

    2. X-men: Next Dimension
    list price: $49.99
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    Asin: B00006LELS
    Catlog: Video Games
    Publisher: Activision
    Sales Rank: 4352
    Average Customer Review: 3.87 out of 5 stars
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    Playing X-Men: Next Dimension requires looking at the moves menu. A lot. If you're the kind of person who likes to memorize lists of moves--maybe even finds it fun as it gives you a sense of accomplishment--this game is for you. If you just want a game to play with some friends without cramming as if for an exam, you'd be better off with another fighting title.

    But who doesn't love the X-Men? They're all represented here. The biggies (both good and bad): Wolverine, Rogue, Storm, and Cyclops, plus Magneto, Mystique, and Sabretooth. Other favorites also made the cut, including Gambit, Nightcrawler, and Forge. The backgrounds are terrific, and in a particularly impressive design element, you can drift into other landscapes from your original map. For example, if, while fighting from inside Dr. X's mansion, you throw your opponent out the window, you'll find yourself outside on the garden map. It's a good trick, and it almost makes the load time between games reasonable (rematches are quick, but reloads that change environments are painfully slow).

    Each character has their own special "super meter" attacks, all of which befit the mutant power detailed in the comic books. Playing one-on-one with friends in versus mode, you can calibrate your character so practiced players have less energy for a more balanced game. These touches are appreciated. So while it's not as addictive as Tekken or any similar benchmark game, X-Men: Next Dimension still has appeal, with a reasonably well-thought-out game design and endearing character elements. --Jennifer Buckendorff


    • Plenty of fan pleasers, including the chance to unlock good-old-days yellow and blue costumes
    • Really cool combo attacks, unique to each character
    • Voice work by Patrick Stewart
    • Requires serious memorization of moves
    ... Read more

    Reviews (30)

    5-0 out of 5 stars X-Men: Next Dimension -- A True Work of Art.
    This is an excellent rendition of the X-Men characters. They each look very original.Their moves and "supers" (special use of powers to beat or greatly damage an opponent) are excellent. The 3-D environments are beautiful and the fact that there's a story to follow is a plus.

    I must say though, I am somewhat disappointed to read some of the reviews and the criticisms offered. I feel that too much emphasis is placed on the very minor flaws of the game without really taking in consideration all that the game really offers.

    Some mention the fact that there are too many moves to master for each character and that somehow this is not an appealing feature of the game.I tend to disagree with this because there are easy fighting combos that can be learned rather quickly to have fun. If you're the type of person that likes to fully master a character than this game provides that as well.

    Playing in "Story Mode" to unlock secret characters is fun and although the story stays the same you can always skip it. Then again this is a plus that can only be built on for a future game. I haven't seen this combination in other games, so it is definitely good in my book.

    It was also mentioned that playing Prime Sentinel A is hard in "Easy Mode" as opposed to other characters--then again, he's not supposed to be easy, he's a robot with mutagenic disabling powers, what else could you expect.

    Another one of the goodies that this game offers is the playing in "Practice Mode". Here you can learn all the moves or any particular move of any character.

    So far this game has a great replay value for me and my 4 year old son. Whether you're an X-Men fan or not you will appreciate the great graphics and characterization of this game. At least rent it and you definitely will not be disappointed. If you buy it, you have made an excellent investment for hours of fun.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Mutant fun for everyone!
    One would not say I am good at video games. Usually, my character stands around looking mildly befuddled until they are shot/beheaded/blown-up/kicked by the other players. However, I am a glutton for punishment and love fighting games dispite my lack of ability. Being a huge X-Men fan and having a younger brother who recently bought a PS2, I rushed to Blockbuster on my Thanksgiving Break to rent "X-Men:Next Dimension".
    I loved it. The huge selection of characters gave me a chance to play my favourites from the comics- Gambit, Magneto and Nightcrawler. It was a little tricky when we first started, using the "button-mashing" play style, but once we took a little time to look at the moves menu, even I, the video-game challanged, managed to seriously kick my video-game addict brother's butt. Perhaps for the impatient, taking time to learn the special moves might be dull and frustrating, but I think the sheer satisfaction of successfully whipping out a "52 Card Pick Up" or an "Electro-Magnetic Concussion" to defeat one's opponent is definatly worth the effort.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Good, but could be better
    In a nutshell:

    Graphics are good, but relative to other PS2 games, they could be better.

    The moves... ARGH. Yes, you can practice them til you're blue in the face, but it doesn't make much difference if the blasted Sentinels are kicking your tail, does it? Definitely could have done without using the darn analog stick for some of those moves. Plus, and this I had to figure out by trial and error and many many beatings, you sometimes have to reverse the buttons when you're standing in a different position. What would have been left-right-circle is now right-left-circle. Fortunately, most key combinations are the same in most characters. And there are some *really* nice moves.

    Maybe I'm just too dim to figure out how to do this, but apparently you can't save story mode, which is pretty annoying when you get about 7 fights in and stop, think you've saved it, then come back to see that you in fact have to start from the beginning. Very frustrating.

    Very pleased with the character selection here.

    Overall, if you're a diehard mutant fan and don't mind endless lists of moves, go for this game. It's nice to unleash Wolverine at the end of a busy day.

    Man Marvel does it again!!
    I'm a huge x-men fan, and when i saw the game on the internet i knew i had to get it. This is my first x-men game that i have owned, i have rented X-men Academy 2 it was pretty kool but this game kicks [its bottom]! The graphics are amazing not to mention the 24 characters avaliable and the 4 secret ones. The graphics are almost 100% perfect but there are a couple of little things that get in the way. There are a bunch of locations where your mutants can have and all out bral. The affects of the game is asome to, the locations are buetiful etremly detailed and very intercative. You cna kick an oppenent of an unfisched skyscraper into a nearby billboard and then they fall onto a taxi bellow. The charactoers each have thier own super powers and each is differnt. Some of them are taken from X-men Academy2 but they are much more thrilling and some even take up the full screen. Some of my farvorite characters are cyclops, wolverine, storm, phoenix, gambit, rouge, betsy, and havok just to name a few. in the next game i just hope they add iceman, shadowcat, and pyro and other kool x-men. But its a great game, so get it already!!!

    Marvel does it again!!
    Sup everyone,
    I just got this game a while ago from a good friend of mine, i have always been an X-men fan! This game gets 2 thumbs up from me. I have played other X-men games but this I think is the best. The graphics arnt amazing but they get a 95%to me. The charactors attacks are really cool, most of them are hard to do and it gets a little frustrating but its not impossible, i really havnt gotten to far on the game but i try to use all the charactors to get a feel for it. The training part of the game isnt that fun and it takes a long time to learn the charactors main and most powerful attaks. Like rouge, it took me foever to learn how to obsorb life and alot of stroms attacks are difficult to. But other than about 2 or 3 flaws the game has i think its a great buy.
    *phoenix* ... Read more

    3. X-Men Series I Action Figure: Tiger Stripe Wolverine

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    Asin: B0000TEYY4
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Toy Biz
    Sales Rank: 4126
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Wolverine--what an original idea!
    This is the BEST Wolverine figure to date. Well worth the money. ToyBiz actually went to the effort of making sure his claws are relatively straight when he comes out of the package. Amazing when you think about it. Don't think about the fact that, next to Spiderman, Wolverine is probably the most over-produced character in the Marvel Universe. And, when he is made, his claws always look like corkscrews. Or they don't look like his claws at all. Never mind the fact that he was already done in the Marvel Legends line of figures in 2 different ways. Possibly more in the works. Personally, I think ToyBiz could have put a different X-men character in this first series of figures. But, I guess they don't believe we are sick of Wolverine yet. My apologies to those who love the character. I love him, too. But, let's get something or someone new in there. Or, at least, more of the rare characters like Archangel. ... Read more

    4. X-Men 13" Deluxe Poseable Figure: Wolverine
    list price: $9.99
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    Asin: B00007IT4C
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Toy Biz
    Sales Rank: 3106
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Wish I could find more 12" action figures like this!!!
    I am a 12" action figure collector. I've been searching for figures of every superheroes movie. This figures are great at this great price!!! ... Read more

    5. X-Men Series I Action Figure: Gambit

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    Asin: B0000TEYYO
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Toy Biz
    Sales Rank: 4671
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (3)

    Great Figure!
    This is a great action figure and it goes with the Marvel Legends perfectly! It has over twenty points of articulation! Awesome figure!

    Marvel Legends has a Gambit figure already. And, despite its shortcomings, it was done reasonably well. Why produce him again under the X-Men Classics series (which are the same scale)?? And then, accessorize him with a disk shooter?? More proof that ToyBiz lacks an intelligent marketing staff. The only thing this figure has over the Marvel Legends figure is the jacket. It's molded as part of the figure and not a seperate piece of shabby clothing. It does add to the figure's appearance and makes it look real sharp. Great for an X-Men fan or collector...or someone who just can't get enough of Gambit.

    Here's the full house!
    Toy Biz has outdone themeselves this time with the new wave of X-Men Classics actions figures. I absolutely love how articulate and detailed each one of theme is.
    This is a great Gambit and best of all he features his lesser know X-treme X-Men duds. My only complaint with the toy is that Remy here comes with a DISK SHOOTER! Hey I know he can't use his powers right now in the comics, but this is a bit wrong. I would like it if Gambit would come with his trademark staff and cards, but hey you can always steal them away from the Marvel Legends Gambit, although you may need to cut the staff down to size.
    I believe anyone who is a fan of the X-Men will enjoy adding this Gambit action figure to their collection. As a Marvel Fan it earned five stars with me! ... Read more

    6. X-Men Jet with Light and Sound
    list price: $19.99
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    Asin: B00005BW7U
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Toy Biz
    Sales Rank: 4114
    Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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    The headache I never seen coming
    First, the wings are not very easy to attach-there is a lot of pulling and pushing to get them on. Once we managed to put them on they did not stay attached for play. These wings fell off so much we had to detached them so our son could play. This is a big disappointment for a 4-year old child, which is the recommended age. If buying for play beware but if buying as a collectors item, then this is a great gift.

    Get the other x-jet
    My God! This is just a repainted version of the first x-jet movie toy that came out.

    Only this time, the color looks lousier (unlike the sleek dark blue of the original) and the claw thing under the fuselage was removed.

    To make up for it, Toy Biz included a 6-inch Wolverine, which doesn't really matter because you can just buy it separately.

    Do yourself a favor and find the original x-jet toy instead. ... Read more

    7. Xmen:Next Dimension
    list price: $49.99
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    Asin: B00006LELQ
    Catlog: Video Games
    Publisher: Activision
    Sales Rank: 5502
    Average Customer Review: 3.78 out of 5 stars
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    3-0 out of 5 stars Next Dimension...but still in the past
    This game is really fun, with the cinematic like moves, and all the costumes and characters. The topic that annoys me greatly is the graphics. Though it is Next Dimension, the graphics are like playstation or Nintendo 64. Though this game is enjoyable, I recommend renting it first and seeing if you want to buy it. If it comes down to a fighting game for the holiday season, I would say without a doubt Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance exceeds in every way.

    And here's a code:
    Press UP-UP-DOWN-DOWN-LEFT-RIGHT-LEFT-RIGHT-A-B-START-START on the main menu screen. It unlocks everything. ;-)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Not Bad....not bad at all.
    Try to find a harder game to find info or advertising on then this one and you would be out of luck. That worried me greatly. I really wanted this game to be good. However, having no attention on it is usually a bad sign. I have no idea why, because this game is AWESOME! Sure, it's not very original. Sure it's not some fantastic new fancy-smancy style fighting game, however it is one of the best I've played & (lotsa) fun. Ok's not Tekken & it's not Soul Calibur, but It's the best use of everyone's favorite mutants. I would even say better then the 3d fighters from Capcom. The powers are used much more in this game and have a much more variety of powers & super attacks....much more then Tekken & SC. The one thing that is VERY difficult to get used to is the control. It's a very wierd set-up on the GC controller. In fact, I hated it at first. Give it time though. After playing with it for an hour or so, it'll feel much better (It was extremely difficult to switch back to Smash Bros. right after....the controls are sooo different that it just messes you up completely). The other thing that bugged me was the still models of some of the characters. What's up with Cyclops', Storm's & Gambit's hair. Looks aweful. But the models used in the game look fantastic. Go figure. This game definitely has a flare to it. Each mutants powers are quite flashy and very fun. They difinitely look and move like you think they would. Some of the best examples is Gambit and Psylocke. The whole multi-level within a level thing is fantastic. This is part of the flare I was talking about. Gives you time to gloat and mock your friend right after a fantastic attack. Although, you may feel like you're watching your mutant attack then actually controling them, you press a button and they just go off on their own sometimes like a child hyped up on chocolate. The levels look amazing. They are vast and so detailed. We actually stopped playing to watch Apocolypse rise from his grave. Very, very cool. There are so many moves and ways of attack, I feel as if I've barely scratched the surface, and this is after 2 days of playing. I do wish there was a tag team mode in this game, like in the Marvel vs. capcom games. But, I can deal. I think this is a good game to hold everyone off for a while until Soul Calibur 2 comes out. With a lack of fighting games for the GC, this game is very welcome in my library. If you love X-Men and enjoy fighting will difinitely enjoy this game (after learning how to work the freaking controls that is). Give it time though.

    X-men:Next Dimesion (GCN)
    In this game, the graphics are worth the graphics of Gamecube; although the is a few bit of clipping and cookie cutters. This game is good for arcade fighting fans. The inviorments are not interactable, but they are well put together. The controlls were a little sensitive, and the game didn't really follow the X-men trilogy.

    1-0 out of 5 stars And I thought it might be good.
    I've never liked seeing people who give bad reviews to good things, but trust me, I know alot about video games. Despite other reviews, this is a horrible game. The fighting is jerky and has no real movement to it. The style of fighting and how could I forget, the worst controlls for any fighter game I've ever played. Trust me. Wait til August and get Soul Calibur II.
    Once again, I hate seeing bad reviews for good games, but this is a good review technically. Normally I would give it a zero, but thats not a choice so it gets more than it deserves.

    1-0 out of 5 stars This game is awful.
    I want to warn anyone reading this review. Don't buy it. Don't even rent it. I rented it and I wished I hadn't. This game is so bad. Myabe it isn't bad for some other gaming systems, but for GameCube it is bad. I like to play any game with the control stick on the controller. I don't know anyone who prefers the little plus-sign directional pad over a control stick. Well, if you plan on jumping at all (which is necessary to any fighting game) don't plan on using the control stick. For some reason, some programmer thought it would be a good idea to make the stick useless and go back to the old school directional pad. Dumb idea.

    It was also very stupid for them to put the moves in the pause menu. This is a pain. Overall, there are much better fighter games. I am not into fighter games but I wanted to try this one because it was X-Men. Well, except for the obvious license. This could have very well be any other generic fighting game. ... Read more

    8. X-Men: Reign Of Apocalypse
    list price: $39.99
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    Asin: B00005ME6F
    Catlog: Video Games
    Publisher: Activision
    Sales Rank: 2469
    Average Customer Review: 3.07 out of 5 stars
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    You and your fellow X-Men are lost in an alternate reality, only to discover that supervillain Apocalypse reigns supreme. Not only do you find yourself at the mercy of his minions, but also the line between foe and friend is dangerously blurred in this mirror universe. Your only hope is to fight your way through numerous enemies and threats until you reach the Warp Gate and return home. Will you survive long enough to make it there?

    X-Men: Reign of Apocalypse is the first X-Men game release for the Game Boy Advance platform. It offers side-scrolling gameplay combined with fighting-game action. Best of all, you become your favorite X-Men character--Wolverine, Cyclops, Storm, or Rogue--and do battle using the character's signature moves.

    While in story mode, you'll battle Apocalypse's minions as you try to return to your own dimension. In versus mode, you can compete head-to-head in a deathmatch or join forces to battle enemy hordes, unlock X-Men friends, and capture the flag.

    Reign of Apocalypse's fighting system lets you score experience points using your brute strength and special mutant powers. At the end of each level, you can use these points to increase your damage potential, agility, or mutant power to unleash the ultimate X-Man! ... Read more

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    4-0 out of 5 stars I've missed side-scrollers!
    People keep harping on this game because it's short, or it's a side scrolling fighting game, or what have you. Personally, I've really missed side scrolling games. With all the ridiculously cute games on the N64, or the 3D schlock they pumped out just because they could do 3D games... I've been dying for some more good, classic, side scrolling action. Between this, Final Fight One, Castlevania, and maybe a new R-Type, I'm finally able to play new games in the style I loved and missed so much.

    If you're one of these 12 year old kids who's grown up with more whiz-bang systems and uses words like "phat", then you're probably going to be pretty let down. At 24 years old and already wishing things were more like when I was a kid, the only thing I find wrong with this game is some of the character design. Maybe two more characters would be nice too, but out of all the costumes various X-Men have worn the costumes for Rogue and Cyclops are just terrible.

    Anyhow, buy this if you're a comic fan, or if you've been missing what I consider "classic games". (Ok, it's not Dig-Dug or Dragon's Lair, but you know what I mean.) If that doesn't appeal to you, I'm sure a new Pokemon game will be out soon enough.

    1-0 out of 5 stars A Feeble And Careless Attept
    I got this game today and I was pumped. However, that enthusiasm died. The graphics are o.k., the play is repeatitive and the moves are simple. So, to put it bluntly, IT SUCKED!!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars This is an awsome game.
    This is an awsome game. If you Buy an Action Replay for your Game Boy Advance you'll be able to play as Night Crawler, Bishop, Cable, Silver Samuri, Appocolypse, Sabretooth, Gambit, Magneto, a Sentinel, Accolyte, Mystique, and many more characters. It's a really cool game and has lots of replay value if you have an Action Replay.

    5-0 out of 5 stars This is a cool game if you have an Action Replay.
    This is an awsome game if you have an Action Replay. With an Action Replay for Game Boy Advance you can play as Appocolypse, Juggernaut, Sabretooth, Magneto, Cable, Pyro, Bishop, Nightcrawlwer, and even as a Sentinal. All the codes to this game are on the Action Replay for Game Boy Advance. If you're an X-Men fan this is the perfect game for you.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Arcade
    I am a 13 year old gamer and I have recently purchased a Game Boy Advanced SP. I have two games and thought about buying this as my third. I looked at the screen shots to find that it is just like the old X-men arcade game. That was a great game, and I remember playing it with my friends. Now that I have found this game, I definitely will be ordering it. As soon as I get it, I will write another review. So for now i'm giving it 4 stars. From what I can see so far, this game will be great! ... Read more

    9. X-men: Next Dimension
    list price: $49.99
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    Asin: B00006LELR
    Catlog: Video Games
    Publisher: Activision
    Sales Rank: 5819
    Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars
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    Book Description

    X-Men: Next Dimension plunges players into a powerful enemy's plot to rid the world of mutants. Leaving traditional section-based fighting games in its wake, X-Men: Next Dimension is the only console fighter game that carries epic superhero showdowns across expansive 3-D levels. Players fight as 20 different X-Men characters (plus four secret characters to be unlocked) through interactive environments, replete with combat-induced damage. ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars X-Men kicks Mortal Kombat !
    Wow ! Hard to believe how different all of our opinions are on this game. I wanted a good fighting game. I bought this game and Mortal Kombat. I have been a big fan of Mortal Kombat since it first came out, what 10 years ago ? Anyway, the graphics of the X-men game are much better than Mortal Kombat and the controls are much more intuitive. You do not have to be an expert at video games to beat the story here or to unlock characters. Pay attention though, when you are battling certain Sentinels you only have 50 seconds to defeat them no matter how much more health you may have than them. Finally, the story is pretty cool for anyone who likes the X-men comic book. I stopped reading the series 10 years ago, but I enjoyed the game and found it fit in with memories I had of the comic. The only warnong I would say is that this is a pure fighting game. If you are looking for puzzles or strategy, you will not like this game.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great X-Men Game!!
    X-Men:The Next demension has many different modes including Story Mode, Arcade Mode, Survival, Versus, and Time Attack. The graphics are great and you can play as many different X-Men Characters and 4 secret ones. This is the best fighting game I've ever played!This game is much better than X2 Wolverine's Revenge.

    hear this people
    video games are bad for your vision. dont you kids have something better to do then play video games. THINK A LITTLE IF YOU CAN????

    1-0 out of 5 stars Worst Comic Book Game EVER!
    This game is pure crap. The graphics are not outstanding by any stretch of the imagination, the controls are awkward, and the difficulty setting is frustrating. There are times your opponent starts pounding on you, and you arn't even able to get a hit in before the match is over. The game CAN be beat, but it's not worth the time you'll need to invest to do so. I was really hoping for this game to be more, but it isn't.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Mediocre and insanely difficult
    X-Men: Next Dimension is a somewhat enjoyable game. Any X-Men fan will be happy to play as over 24 different characters ripped straight from the comics, with powers intact.

    All characters have multiple outfits and are highly detailed. The graphics overall in the game aren't outstanding, but they're decent enough. The special effects on the powers are the icing on the cake, standing out above everythign else in the game. The environment is interactive and players can be thrown through floors, cielings, windows and walls to new areas of the level.

    That's about it for the great features though. Probably the most troubling aspect about this game is the fact that it has virtually NO SOUND EFFECTS whatsoever while you fight. You spend most of the time watching you characters throw punches and kicks at one another with only the music going, and occasionally you might hear a punch connect or a character groan in pain. Otherwise there is complete silence while you fight. I'm not sure how that slipped past the Quality Assurance testers unless they were all deaf. I thought it was just the XBox, since just about every XBox game seems to be plagued with sound problems, but it wasn't. The game just lacks sound effects.

    Another troubling aspect is the i'm not one for easy games, in fact I hate games that are so easy you can blow through them in a 30 minutes sitting...but Next Dimension transcends the boundaries of high difficulty. I haven't played a fighting game this hard in a long, long time. And while a challenge is certainly welcome, there is a definite difference between challenge and insanity. The difficulty in this game, unfortunately, falls into the insanity category. While you probably won't have to cheat your way to victory, the only way to assure that you win is to spend HOURS in the practice mode with every character. Since you are forced to play as different characters as the game progresses in Story Mode, you must know how to use each character. And even then...the game can become so frustrating at times that its best that you turn it off and put it on the shelf for a few days. It can be fun at times, but most of the time succeeds at being terribly difficult.

    The control is pretty bad...and the clunky junk that is the XBox controller does not help matters. Special moves are straightforward but difficult to perform because of the responsiveness of the controls. If you have a special kind of gamepad from a third party developer, use that instead. They typically have better D-pads.

    Overall, the game just seems rushed, or incomplete. The lack of sound effects, the crazy difficulty and the lack of options and bad control just harm the game's fun factor. There is plenty to unlock, and there is a decent story tagged along on the game, but in the end this game is mediocre in every sense of the word. It will only appeal to die-hard X-Men fans, such as myself. If you are interested in the game, give it a rent. You might like it...its not a horrible game, it just could've been alot better. ... Read more

    10. X-Men 6" Action Figures: Super Posable Danger Room Wolverine
    list price: $9.99
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    Asin: B00007KQCP
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Toy Biz
    Sales Rank: 9579
    Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (5)

    This toy is the best. My nephew luvs him to death. He has like four of him because he luvs him soooo much.i wish i could tell u more about my nephew and i but i cant this review is on our favorite toy. Well i got to go now. We will try to keep in writing..bye now

    Nice looking toy
    At first I didn't think this toy looked as good as the Wolverine toy from the original X-Men movie, but when I juxtaposed the two, I realized this toy's remarkable semblance of Hugh Jackman. It is also very poseable- "super poseable" even- allowing for a good looking display toy. The accessory is a bit pointless because they removed the Danger Room scene from X2, and it doesn't do anything except rotate Wolverine. The toy is good for its purpose, though. Pick it up if you're after X-Men toys.

    Super Cool Woverine
    This Wolverine toy is way cool and fun. He looks just like he does in X-Men 2. I bought this toy because I like Wolverine in the movies and my friend got one like it and it persuaded me to buy one. You can do a lot of stuff from the movies with this action figure. If you like X-Men or know someone who does, this is a must for you or them.

    This is the best XMEN2 figure your gonna get.the expression on him are great.His claws are wicked.The durability is perfecto and i recomend you buy this figure bub.

    Xmen lover
    This is one of the best action figures of the movie wolverine. It is fun for little kids and a great action figure for collectors. This action figure is pretty durable and you can pose him in tons of different ways. He comes with a danger room base that rotates like he is slashing his claws. The face even looks like the real thing. This is an excellent toy for all kids. All together I would give it a 5. I recomend getting this one when you can, especially if you have seen the movie. ... Read more

    11. X-Men Tabletop Pinball Machine
    list price: $24.99
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    Asin: B0000A0O1T
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Funrise
    Sales Rank: 19842
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    12. X-Men 12" Posable Roto Figure: Nightcrawler
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    list price: $9.99
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    Asin: B00007IT4D
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Toy Biz
    Sales Rank: 18938
    Average Customer Review: 4.78 out of 5 stars
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    Great figure, great size, perfect look amazingly great price
    I personaly am a big Nightcrawler fan and I rate hard on him. In this case it is great. It looks exactly like it ddid in the movies making it one of the best looking figures I have ever seen comparing it to the actor Alan Cumming in the movie.

    Very Nice Figure
    I'm an adult, and yes, I bought this figure for myself because I loved the character in the X-Men 2 movie. I must say, it's very nice and reasonably priced. Fully poseable, good clothing including a fabric-like vinyl jacket, and best of all, the figure is sculptured to look very much like Alan Cumming, the actor who played Nightcrawler in the movie. If they released figures of this quality of the main actors in the movie I'd be more than happy to buy them all.

    Its the COOLEST
    Fully detailed, fully posable with the exception of the tail.
    This is the coolest actionfigure around.
    Allan Cummings are immortalised brilliantly as the legendary X-man Nightcrawler in this rather excellent actionfigure.
    Its certainly one of the best actionfigures I've ever bought and essential for every fan's collection.

    Greatest Toy Ever

    awesome toy
    I own all the toys of X2- x-men united and so far nightcrawler is the best. The one that looks like the real nightcrawler, it also comes with a real jacket not just a sprayed one that makes the toy look more real. If you are thinking of buying then go ahead and buy it. ... Read more

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