Control of the world's largest army of Super Heroes is now in the hands of gamers everywhere as Marvel: Ultimate Alliance has shipped to retail outlets nationwide. Delivering an all-new action-RPG experience, the game allows players to create their own dream team from the biggest roster of Super Heroes ever including Spider-Man, Wolverine, Blade and Captain America, and embark on an epic quest that will ultimately determine the fate of Earth and the Marvel Universe.
Marvel: Ultimate Alliance is currently available for the Xbox 360 for a suggested retail price of $59.99, the Xbox, PlayStation 2, PC and PSP for $39.99 and the GBA version is $29.99. The PlayStation 3 and Nintendo Wii versions of Marvel: Ultimate Alliance will be available in mid-November, making the title the first Super Hero game on all next generation systems. The console, PC and PSP platforms have been rated "T" ("Teen" – Mild Language, Violence) and the GBA version has been rated "E10+" ("Everyone 10+" – Fantasy Violence) by the ESRB.