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"The Son of Apocalypse vs the Son of Xaviar" - The Game's offical slogan.

X-Men Kaiser is a sequel to X-Men: Son of Apocalypse. It continues the story of Matt Crowe as he loses the energy to generate his powers to Charles Xaviar's son, David Haller aka Legion, Matt struggles to get his powers back to full stregnth to fight Legion.



CharactersEdit

Matthew "Matt" Crowe

Returning as the game's protagonist. Eventhough his father Apocalypse and brother Holocaust were defeated, Matt is still on the run from the MRD. Matt travels around the world to reveal the truth about the MRD's secrets. Durring that time he ran into Charles Xaviar's son, David Haller aka Legion. Matt loses the energy to generate his powers to Legion, Matt struggles to get his powers back to full stregnth to fight Legion.


Janet Crow

Also returning. She resides in Europe, where he does research on MRD operations and secrets for her son.


David Hallar/Legion

Charles Xaviar's mentally unstable son and the game's main antagonist. He depletes Matt's powers, so he can continue his plan without any interferance.


Emma Frost

She appears as an ally of Matt Crowe.


Cain Marko/Juggernaught

A brutish enemy of the X-Men and a boss in the game.


Tabitha Smith

A boss later ally of Matt Crowe. She often spends most of the time flirting with Matt.


Lorna Dane/Polaris

A daughter of Mangeto who appeared at first as a boss. She later helps Matt and developed romantic feelings for him.


William Stryker

The leader of the Purifiers, a paramilitary group dedicated to destroying mutants.


Nathaniel Essex/Mister Sinister

Mister Sinister appears as a villian in the game.


Wade Wilson/Deadpool

A mercenary with a sick sense of humor. He is hired by Mister Sinister to capture or "if possible" kill Matt Crowe.


Mesmero

A hypnotist and a boss in the game.


Sooraya Qadir/Dust

A young mutant can transform and control sand.


Karl Lykos/Sauron

A pteranodon like mutant and a boss in the game.


Max Jordon/Quill

A mutant with the powers to grow and fire spikes from his hair. He is boss in the game


Arcade

A genius madman who uses a video game like simulation to kill Matt. This version will be darker than his comic book counterpart as he is not playful, but rather a hanibal lector kind of attitute.


(More to Come)