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Author Topic: 2014/05: X-Men 2: Clone Wars (Genesis) - feos  (Read 4708 times)
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« on: April 30, 2014, 07:23:39 PM »


For this month's "Maps Of The Month" featurette, I wish to draw your attention to feos's X-Men 2: Clone Wars (Genesis) maps.

When the Phalanx, an evil alien race, seeks to assimilate the Earth's inhabitants, it is up to six X-Men to save the world.  Even Magneto joins the X-Men to stop this great threat that endangers mutantkind and humankind alike.

One of the best licensed platforming games on Sega's 16-bit platform is X-Men 2: Clone Wars.  It features multiple playable characters with their own skills and abilities, a variety of different levels, a plethora of bosses, and all with impressive visuals and animation.  If you are an X-Men fan, this is definitely one of their best games, and perhaps one of the best comic-based games at the time.

Feos is clearly a fan of this game too, and has taken the time to put together maps for the game's areas, and some of them fairly large and/or labyrinthine.  Now you'll have no problem getting through the Savage Land, Avalon, or even the Phalanx's maze.

So to recognize the effort put into these first class maps, feos's X-Men 2: Clone Wars (Genesis) maps will be known as VGMaps.com's Maps Of The Month for May 2014.
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