Authored by Zak Penn, who co-wrote the story for "X2," the game follows the "Fantastic 4" film's storyline and expands the adventures by letting players stretch, control fire and use invisibility and brute force to defeat evil Super Villains in new environments and familiar comic book locales. Challenged to master the individual powers of each Super Hero and combine them to level even more devastating attacks, players must battle some of Marvel's most notorious Super Villains, including, the ultimate evil - Doctor Doom - to save the human race from disaster.
Fantastic 4 is being developed by Seven Studios for the PlayStation 2, Xbox and the Nintendo GameCube. The PC version is being developed by Beenox Studios and Torus Games is developing Fantastic 4 for the Game Boy Advance.
The PC and console games are rated "T" (Teen - with mild language and violence) by the ESRB and the Game Boy Advance title is rated "E-10+" for (Everyone 10 and older - with animated violence).
The Fantastic 4 game will release nationwide on June 28th followed by the feature film that will open in theaters nationwide on July 8th.
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