Emma Frost appears in the game for NES, at the end of the fourth level, "Battle on a Living Starship." As a boss, Frost morphs into the player's chosen character and mimics their attacks, periodically returning to her normal form. Unless players are able to decipher the hidden code written on the front of the game, this is the final level of the game.
The Cast of this Video Game is unknown.
The Uncanny X-Men, and on the title screen Marvel's X-Men, is an action video game developed and published by LJN exclusively for the NES only in North America in 1989. It is a licensed game based on the series of X-Men comics of the same name by Marvel Comics.
- The Uncanny X-Men is one of the handful of titles by LJN that was developed by an undisclosed external developer. It has been speculated to be developed by Atlus, however.
- It is the second-to-last game to be released under the Enteractive Video Games label and the last to be released before LJN was sold to Acclaim Entertainment.
Links and References
- $20 GOTW/Lost Classics Special: X-Men Games Part 1
- The Uncanny X-Men at IGN.com
- X-men NES review