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Wanted: Weapons of Fate - PC

by Warner Bros
2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews) 62 / 100

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Platform: PC
  • Like the movie, the game revolves around a centuries-old, secret fraternity of assassins that kill people as dictated by the mysterious Loom of Fate
  • Curve bullets and kill your targets, just like the characters in the blockbuster film
  • Close, hand-to-hand combat provides exciting game play
  • Take out your targets by hitting an explosive object and creating a deadly blast
  • Loaded with greater characters, such as The Russian, The Immortal, and The Killer

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Platform: PC
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001DZ1GM2
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 6.9 ounces
  • Media: DVD-ROM
  • Release Date: March 24, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,966 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Platform: PC

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Set directly after the events of the film Wesley continues his transformation into a full-fledged assassin and heir to a legacy of a secret fraternity of assassins. He continues his quest with a new mission to seek out the French chapter of The Fraternity hunt down The Immortal and finally discover the truth about his family. In Wanted: Weapons of Fate become the uber-assassin Wesley Gibson as you control an arsenal of skills such as Assassin Time which enables you to take down multiple enemies with sheer precision; use the Advanced Cover System to shield yourself and move through the environment with remarkable speed; and even bend the laws of physics by Curving Bullets. Your destiny awaits. Join us.

In Wanted: Weapons of Fate, Warner Bros. brings the box office movie to the PC platform. Like the movie, the game revolves around a centuries-old, secret fraternity of assassins that brutally executes people as dictated by the mysterious Loom of Fate. Your destiny is to become their ultimate weapon.

Curve bullets and kill your targets, just like in the hit movie. View larger.

You play as Wesley Gibson -- a super assassin and the heir to The Fraternity's legacy of power. View larger.

Close, hand-to-hand combat provides exciting game play. View larger.

Take out your targets by hitting an explosive object and creating a deadly blast. View larger.
From Big Screen to Video Game
Kicking into action where the hit film left off, Wanted: Weapons of Fate lets you take on the role of Wesley Gibson -- a super assassin and the heir to The Fraternity's legacy of power. Your position has made you a target for a renegade faction of The Fraternity that is dead-set on hunting you down and killing you. In order to survive you must master an arsenal of deadly skills to protect the secrets of The Fraternity and turn the table on those who want you dead.

Bend bullets and Become a Super Assassin
This game employs plenty of mechanics that fans of the movie are sure to love. The most obvious example is curved bullets. During game play you can curve a bullet around objects or corners to hit your target. You can determine the curved trajectory of your bullet so it can bend around columns and take out multiple enemies in a single shot, or use this skill to hit an explosive object and take out your enemy with a blast.

Other cool game play features include a "quick-chain" cover to shield yourself and move through the environment with remarkable speed. The pace of the game and your assassin skills encourage close, hand-to-hand combat for even greater excitement. And as you hone your skills, you can even take down multiple enemies with sheer precision while using Assassin Time.

Meet The Heir
Wesley Gibson -- The Heir -- was once an insignificant nobody, but now he's the successor to his father's legacy as The Killer. After being betrayed by The Fraternity that trained him, Wesley took his destiny into his own hands and exacted his revenge on them all. Now he is surrounded by the destruction he caused with nothing but questions about his heritage, The Fraternity, and the Will of Fate. The answers he seeks are out there, but so is a bullet with his name on it.

The Assassin's Directory
The Russian is The Fraternity's cleaner. Known as Death's Janitor he is vulgar and perverted. He finds pleasure in things that others would find appalling. As the leader of the French Fraternity, The Immortal is not a villain -- he's a fanatic. he will stop at nothing to follow The Code of Weavers with an unwavering, unquestioning commitment. The Immortal is a supremely skilled assassin almost equal to that of The Killer (Gibson's father). Remorseless, it is not his fault that deaths occur by his hands, it is the fault of his victims for being "only mortal," and incapable of escaping Fate's Will.

Cross, also known as The Killer, is the greatest assassin that has ever lived. A member of the Chicago Fraternity, he is a true believer in The Fraternity's tenet of "Kill one, save a thousand." Although his name was never wove by the Loom of Fate, Cross discovered a secret in the Chicago Fraternity that made him the target of those who were once his allies.

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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Fun Game, Too Short, Repetetive at times April 3, 2009
Platform for Display:PC
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I never saw the movie this is an extension of but that's probably a good thing as I was genuinely interested in watching the cutscenes to learn what all this is about. This game is explosively fun and has a lot that reminds me of Stranglehold and even Metal Gear Solid 2 in the movement and just the feel of it.

Well I'm not going to go into it too much, regular loser who is actually a VIP and is ripped out of his loser life to an exciting and dangerous existence with sexy broads, lethal baddies and others. Typical brotherhood of assassins story that's been it's own genre for a while in many games and movies, nothing too original here. I have to say the dude is pretty ugly and contrasts nicely with the hottie bad girl and his sauve Frenchmen father you play in selected levels to help flesh out our hero's backstory.

Well this is where the game shines, it is very action packed and has nice graphics. This is centered on a cover system started by Rainbow Six Vegas and then carried on to games like Gears of War, Brothers in Arms, Quantum Solace, GTA4, etc. It's most like GOW's system where you use the spacebar to grab onto cover and then either peek over and blind fire or look over and aim precisely and fire at the bad guys. To change cover position you simply use the WSAD directional key and push spacebar to move to an available new cover object. You can vault forward over a cover spot to another one or simply free yourself from the cover by pressing the spacebar key alone.

Another key move is the bullet arc in which you can fire a bullet around objects. It's pretty simple to pull off and the training is pretty effective.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Intuitive controls, fun but short January 24, 2010
Platform for Display:PC
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Wanted: Weapons of Fate

At first I thought nothing much of this game until a buddy mentioned it was a "sequel" to the movie. I really liked the movie based on its rather unique premise, and of course Angelina Jolie and a Dodge Viper were in the movie as well. It's a perfect formula for an action movie: you have guns, fast cars, and a sizzling actress.

The graphics and sound in Wanted are top notch. The controls are simple yet very intuitive. I had zero problems using my keyboard and mouse to beat the game. The boss strategies aren't difficult to figure out and the bullet curving was pretty simple to execute.

The problem with Wanted is that it becomes very repetitious. Take cover from point to point, play Whack-A-Mole, move from cover to cover, rinse, repeat, and lather. It's not unlike Gears of War or Brothers in Arms in that respect. But Wanted is also very short. I was able to beat it in about 3 days, spending 1 or 2 hours a day.

Some of the enemies don't make a lot of sense. For instance, the knife wielding assassin that starts screaming 3 floors above you as he runs down is hilarious. If you can't shoot him, then you enter some type of knife fight where you keep pushing 1 button until you kill him.

Pros: Modern graphics, excellent sound, overall a fun experience. The controls are simple and effective.

Cons: Too short, gets repetitious very quickly.

Overall: Watch the movie first if you want the background info on the plot. The movie stars James McAvoy, Angelina Jolie, and Morgan Freeman. I give it 4/5 stars.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Wanted Review March 24, 2009
Platform for Display:PC
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Wanted: Weapons of Fate is a game based off the movie Wanted. You play most of the game as Wesley Gibson, a loser turned super-assassin whose really good at killing people. Also, you'll play as Wesley's father, Cross, in some flashback missions that have to do with Wesley's mother.

The gameplay is very fun and slick, using a take cover and shoot mechanic similar to Gears of War. When in cover, you can easily lean to one side of the cover and press a button and Wesley or Cross will run, slide, or jump to the next available piece of cover in that direction. Then you pop out of cover to fire some shots at the bad guys, rinse and repeat.

The main feature that this game has going for it is the ability to curve bullets, just like in the movie. By holding the shift key and the left mouse button (btw, you can also use an Xbox 360 controller), you will automatically target an enemy and a curved line will show up pointing at the enemy. When the line is red, the shot will not hit, but move the mouse around and when the line turns white, you release the mouse button and the bullet goes flying. It's not always an instant kill, but usually when it is, you'll be treated to a video sequence of the camera following the bullet as it curves into the bad guy, which I never got tired of watching.

Also, you can activate Assassin Time, where you move from cover to cover in slow motion, but can still pop off shots really quick. It's great if there are several bad guys out of cover at the same time. But the main reason for using it will be to take down bosses.

Graphic wise, the game is pretty decent. It's no Gears of War, but it's not a bad looking game. The only real problem I had with the graphics was the cutscenes, which seem like they were compressed the wrong way.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Published 2 months ago by Andris Prokopovich
1.0 out of 5 stars Can't get mouse control to work
I tried and tried but the mouse control is sooooo slugish in this game that I finally just gave up.
Published 13 months ago by Dr. Who?
4.0 out of 5 stars Pretty good game. Ran a little rough on my computer though
This game was pretty cool. It may have been a little short but it was worth every penny I paid for it, which was only five bucks. Read more
Published 16 months ago by Mike Gordon
2.0 out of 5 stars Go for the console version
So full of problems that i couldnt even finish it, it can be fun don't get me wrong, but don't buy the pc version of it.
Published 16 months ago by ScrYptor
5.0 out of 5 stars Game I thought would be good.
This game is a lot of fun. Pending on your system is how good it will be for you. Me personally I like the game and the movie.
Published 18 months ago by bdeath
5.0 out of 5 stars cool game
me and my boys enjoyed this game was alot like the movie was good price and arived when expected thanks
Published 19 months ago by Richard Harper
1.0 out of 5 stars Can't get the game to run so I can't give a fair review on it...
The game came as a new game as advertised, price was good...but I have yet to get it to run. I've tried it on 2 different computers with Windows XP SP2 and SP3 and one computer... Read more
Published on April 2, 2012 by Julian T. Ramey
1.0 out of 5 stars CAN'T INVERT MOUSE
This is a warning to all you people who play PC games the true way, this game has no option to invert the y axis on the mouse. Read more
Published on December 6, 2011 by Joshua D. Tetreault
2.0 out of 5 stars A mediocre game continuation of the 2008 film
Developed by ill-fated GRIN studios and released in 2009 by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Wanted - Weapons of Fate is a 3rd person shooter directly following the events... Read more
Published on November 29, 2011 by Media Man
3.0 out of 5 stars Only for the TPS group
I have to start by saying that I knew it was a TPS (Third person shooter) before buying but the trailers looked so cool. I am a FPS player at heart. That's where the fun ended. Read more
Published on December 6, 2010 by Amazon Customer
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