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WET - Xbox 360

Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Mature
62 customer reviews

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  • Action-adventure finds problem-solver with big problem of her own
  • Designed with innovative 3rd person shooter gameplay
  • Adventure spans 3 continents and 2 warring factions
  • Features cinematic, high-body count gunplay against diverse and challenging enemies
  • Perform death-defying acrobatic moves and multi-staged stylized attacks
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Product Description

Platform: Xbox 360

Rubi is a problem fixer. She fixes problems. She's good at it. But when she agrees to fix a wealthy man's problem by finding and bringing back his wayward son, she thinks it's all going to be cut and dry. She thought wrong. The job wasn't so simple. And the man who hired her isn't who he appears to be. Now Rubi's on the run, needing to find the man who left her for dead, leaving a massive body count in her wake.

Double-crosses. Enemies. Allies. Guns. Swords. Drugs. Old books. In an adventure that spans three continents, two warring factions, and one very agitated problem fixer, WET keeps the adrenaline pumping from start to finish.


  • With her trusty twin custom made Colt Pythons, Rubi gracefully engages in amazing, cinematic high-body count gunplay against diverse and challenging enemies
  • Along with her guns, Rubi has an arsenal of death-defying acrobatic moves. Her incredible agility allows her to climb on ledges, slide under obstacles, swing on poles and run along walls
  • Rubi's sword is an instrument for deadly close-quarter proximity attacks. Rubi will unleash a flurry of multi-staged stylized attack sequences

Product Details

Platform: Xbox 360
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000XJS00K
  • Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 15, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,471 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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73 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Eric M. Brandt on September 15, 2009
Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Verified Purchase
I am going to cut to the chase here...

If you are looking for a game with a great deal of substance... Look Elsewhere. That being said, if you know anything about this game and you are still reading, you are probably in the right place.

Wet takes the best parts of your favorite John Woo, and Tarantino films and brings them to life. In the same style made famous (or in some opinions, infamous) by Max Payne, and Stranglehold. The story leaves a lot to be desired, but that isn't the point of this type of game in my humble opinion.

The controls will take you some getting used to as they feel... outdated. This works with the motif of the game though. There is a nice coat of crusty blood and seedy 70's action to be seen on everything. Even the film grain effect is a nod to 70's action films; it can however be turned off, (and the controls can be adjusted in options).

I am halfway through the game now, and the action never stops. I haven't even started the challenge modes, or working on harder difficulties, but I see myself wanting to do this. Ninja Gaiden, Devil May Cry, Max Payne, Stanglehold... These names will make a hardcore action gamer imagine ways to gracefully slaughter 100's of enemies in minutes, and soon enough Wet will incite the same images.

I have beaten the game on hard and golden bullets now, working on ultra hard. My feelings on this game have only been re-affirmed. Any true action game fan is doing their self a disservice by avoiding this game. Give it a rent at the very least, you wont regret it (once you familiarize yourself with the controls)!

If you have played any of those games and had a good time, you should be right at home with Wet.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Clint Monette on September 16, 2009
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
I had a great deal of fun playing this game, (just beat it a few hours ago). Let me first get the negatives out of the way. First off the game is a little short, though it does have re-playability through several difficulty settings, a challenge mode and a 'points count' mode (which is essentially playing through each stage trying to tally up a certain number of points). The other major negative is a control issue. In Wet you are almost forced to kill all of your enemies by entering an acrobatic mode as you fire faster and automatically target one enemy. The two most common ways to enter acrobatic mode are to jump and slide. Quite often you may be in a situation where jumping is the best choice, but the direction in which you jump can be twitchy causing you to leap to your death, and once you are leaping you cannot change directions or bail out.

Other than those minor flaws, I see a quite interesting masterpiece under the surface here. Wet is essentially a 70s grind-house movie in the shell of a video game. Everything is over the top, the film is scratchy, and the characters are cool. They are also voiced quite well especially Rubi (the main character). The game is filled with non-stop action and overall a good combat interface that empowers the player. The one thing that really stands out about this game is the soundtrack, honestly it is the best soundtrack I have ever heard for a video game. It fits perfectly, and I found myself playing the songs through the game while I did other things. Overall a very solid title.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Terrance Shaw on September 26, 2009
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
As you can easily see what the game is about by reading the summary other entries, I'll go ahead and just review the game based on the traditional game review criteria.

Gameplay - 4/5
I've removed a point here simply because some of the controls are a bit clumsy, and at certain stages of gameplay, you're just forced to sit there and ask, "What the heck just happened here?" In reference to the former, for example: you press the A button to jump, as per the typical control scheme for such a game. However, Rubi will automatically jump/roll/maneuver over most obstacles. Jumping is really only used for getting yourself airborne to slow things down a bit whilst gunning down the throngs of enemies being thrown your way. While you'd think this wouldn't be an issue, it took me a bit to get used to not actually having to jump to get up to that ledge. And if you press "A" to jump to get on top of a crate, you end up performing the jump animation without actually getting anywhere, as your jump command, and the game's automatic jump response clash. Solution to this, of course, is simple mental conditioning (i.e., "Don't press the 'A' button, dummy.").

And in reference to the latter part: at some points in the game, Rubi will die from the smallest offenders. For example, you can do these crazy rolls and dives and what have you, but if you fall ten feet from a rafter to the floor below, you'll die. Logically, it just doesn't make any sense. Though I suppose applying logic to a game like this is folly in and of itself. Still, just one of my personal frustrations.

The developers have done really well with how bullet time is handled, though, I think.
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