Cast overview, first billed only:
Reed Richards (voice)
Susan Storm (voice)
Johnny Storm (voice)
Ben Grimm (voice)
Alicia Masters / Additional Voices (voice)
Puppetmaster / Additional Voices (voice) (as James C. Mathis III)
Nick Fury / Additional Voices (voice)
Annihilus / Additional Voices (voice)
Classic Invisible Woman / Additional Voices (voice)
Classic Mr. Fantastic / Additional Voices (voice)
Classic Thing / Additional Voices (voice)


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27 June 2005 (USA)  »

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Diablo: Who dares tempt the wrath of Diablo?
Ben Grimm: Hey, buddy, just give me the big glowing rock, and there won't be any trouble.
Diablo: Never! Soon I will harness the power of the Gods to rule all Mankind!
Ben Grimm: So much for diplomacy...
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Written by Matt Hock, David Walsh, Sam Cave, Damian Genuardi, and Andrew Black
Performed by The Explosion
Courtesy of Tarantulas and Virgin Records
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4 July 2006 | by See all my reviews

to tell the truth, the commercials made this game look like a Chuck Norris flick. Boy, the advertising can sure screw a guy over.... this game is poor. barely follows the storyline of the movie at all. the bosses towards the beginning have outrageously tiny weak-points, if not one EXACT. The 2-player mode has extremely screwy camera angles and weak side-missions. This is the one of several super-hero games i do not recommend(including X-Men: The Official Game, Spider-Man, and HULK). The gameplay supports a few good controls and statistics, but the health meters seem near-endless on average enemies.

The bosses become insanely difficult and support a crazy challenge. This game starts with good tutorials but the 2-player tutorial supports android 2nd-players that look like a love-child of Robosapien and Twiki from Buck Rodgers. The tutorial boss is virtually pointless and just takes this game off-course. Ben Grimm's love interest tags in on a random wing of gameplay. In otherwords, don't even think about a purchase.

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