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The sheer amount of stuff packed into this UMD disc is really worth the purchase price. My only real problem is with the load times. Performance issues of this sort mar an otherwise excellent PSP game. If you're looking for a really dense yet enjoyable game with tons of high quality content, XMLII is it. If you're a Marvel fan who also owns a PSP - shouldn't you already have this game?
The second is at WorthPlaying with an overall score of 7.9/10:
X-Men Legends II on the PSP is a remarkably faithful but also remarkably flawed version of a great party game. It's excellent for tuning everything out during a long road trip and yes, this is tested with bitter experience but you'll want to bring a car adaptor for your PSP. The only problem that this game really has is that it's imperfectly adapted for a portable console, so if you're going to get one version and you want to take it on the road. get this one. It'll save you some headaches.
And the third is at Cheat Code Central with an overall score of 4.4/5:
There are automatic save areas in the game but if you have to shut it down in a hurry you can use the blink portal to get home and save there. You can always just put the game in sleep mode and start again at where you left off. It won't seriously drain your batteries but when playing the game continuously you'll be lucky to get more than five hours out of a fresh set. Considering how good it is, expect to go through a lot of batteries.