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The 10 BEST X-Men Video Games

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For players who love the X-Men, you can’t go wrong with these games. Welcome to MojoPlays, and today we’re looking at the best video games starring the X-Men! We’re only including games that focus on members of the team, rather than those with the overall Marvel roster. Our list of the best X-Men games includes “X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse” (1994), “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” (2009), “X-Men vs. Street Fighter” (1996), “X-Men Legends 2: Rise of Apocalypse” (2005), and more!

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35 Comments

  1. I got Mutant Academy 2 for my birthday that year. I couldn’t put it down for MONTHS.

  2. I might be mis-remembering- I thought Xmen the official game (2006) with wolverine, nightcrawler and ice man was pretty good. Particularly the traversal with nightcrawler and iceman at the time

  3. Listening to this clown talk about Clone Wars and say "improvements over the original were subtle" just shows they've never even played either game. They're night-and-day different, and Clone Wars is one of the greatest Sega games ever made.

  4. They should remake or re-release the the xmen legends games.

  5. Man.. I have played all at the time.. including GG. This is so nostalgic!

  6. Putting Clone Wars 2 under Mutant Apocalypse is just nope

  7. I think X-Men 2 Clone Wars could've scored a bit higher….

  8. I remember playing X-men 92’ at the local laundromat and I would ask my mom to go there every Sunday 😢 childhood memories

  9. I think with the release of X-Men 97 should definitely get either an arcade brawler or fighting game 90s style I can't imagine there being anyone here who wouldn't buy that

  10. XMen Legends 2 is absolutely the pinnacle of the franchise. It wasn't very well promoted in the UK at the time of release, but we lucked out and scored as HMV picked it up. A few months later we were able to pick it up for 5 to 10 pounds. Such a steal! Also, Dazzler isn't forgotten by anyone who read the original comics as she was such a mainstay in the 80s and early 90s with the Mojovision story lines.

  11. NightCrawler In X-Men legends still til this day holds the coolest way to play a Top down like that—He could Teleport through the walls and it made his gameplay so damn Unique

  12. We all just want X men legends 1&2 remastered atp 😭💯

  13. Finally unlocking Professor Xavier in Legends 2 is hysterical. I'm out of the Wheelchair beeyatch!

  14. I played x-men legends so much I should get a pension for it. The game is timeless and the story is beautiful.

  15. I spent so much time and quarters playing X-Men The Arcade Game but X-Men Legends 1 is my favorite X-Men. Beating Master Mold was so hard but worth it in the end.

  16. Sliding around with iceman in marvels ultimate alliance 2 was dope back in the day.

  17. The Activision Deadpool game should be on this list.

  18. What no NES X-Men? or Madness in Murderword for Commodore 64? (I kid)

  19. Wow. Definitely played children of the atom and the previous one at the arcade as a kid. Basically all my quarters went to X-men games. Also had apocalypse of snes and loved that game

  20. rented legends from blockbuster like 20 times

  21. I want a legends remake or at least re-release.

  22. Dazzler should never be forgotten. Underrated legend who was so fun to use. She's making a comeback and has an amazing power. She matters.

  23. Clone wars was wayyyy better than the first genesis game.

  24. How could you not mention the Spider-Man cameo on X men mutant academy 2?

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