- Brotherhood of Mutant Terrorists
“Go and save the city!
“Pyro will turn you to toast!”— Pyro
“The White Queen welcomes you to die!”— Emma Frost
“Juggernaut will flatten you!”— Juggernaut
“X-Men! Welcome... to die!
“I am Magneto, you are nothing!”— Magneto
“I am Magneto, Master of Magnet!”— Magneto
“Thank you X-Men! But Magneto is in another place.
“Magneto is over there!
“You are helpless against my power, X-Men!
“You are dead!
The X-Men have to stop Magneto from wreaking havoc on human civilization. They must fight through an army of hundreds of Sentinels as well as Pyro, The White Queen and Juggernaut--who strangely wields a bazooka. Mystique disguises herself as Magneto and attacks with punches and kicks. Later, Magneto kidnaps Professor X and Shadowcat, prompting the heroes to go on a rescue mission.
The Cast of this Video Game is unknown.
- No special notes.
- The animation of the X-Men and the supervillains is based on the 1989 X-Men pilot episode titled Pryde of the X-Men.
- Although Final Fight set the standard for scrolling fighters, X-Men created several innovations for the genre, including the ability to hit felled opponents to prevent them from getting back up, as well as a character-specialized "mutant power," which could clear the screen of enemies. Those mutant powers can be stored like items (similar to Golden Axe's magic powers), but if they are none, the mutant power can still be used, but also reduced the player's health. The game is fondly remembered by those who played it for its fun, addictive gameplay and colorful graphics. However, it is also sometimes criticized for its wooden voice acting and often ungrammatical script, particularly from Magneto ("I am Magneto, Master of Magnet" and "Welcome to Die!"). The Japanese version of the game featured enemies that would drop health and Mutant Power refills upon their defeat. These enemies were absent from the American release of the game.
- Depending on the machine, the maximum number of simultaneous players varies from two to six. The six-player version uses a multiple screen set up, similar to The Ninja Warriors. 
- The X-Men Arcade game was in the background in the Generation X pilot. The scene where Jubilee was in the arcade room playing Street Fighter, her powers activated and Tresh noticed the display. In the background behind Tresh is the arcade game.
- Images from X-Men (1992 video game)
- Characters from X-Men (1992 video game)
- Other things related to X-Men (1992 video game)
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Links and References
- KLOV entry for X-Men
- Gamespot - The Greatest Games of All-Time
- The Best and Worst Comic Book Video Games
- X-Men Walkthrough (Arcade Version)
- Character Guide version 1.02