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Wolverine: Adamantium Rage - Sega Genesis

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Platform : Sega Genesis
Rated: Everyone
4 customer reviews

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  • Wolverine Adamantium Rage US NTSC Sega Genesis Mega Drive 16-Bits
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Platform: Sega Genesis

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Platform: Sega Genesis
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00002SU3I
  • Product Dimensions: 7.7 x 5 x 1.1 inches ; 6.4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,543 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By freakzilla on June 6, 2009
Platform for Display: Sega Genesis
Wolverine's Adamantium Rage has a nice ring to it but the major problem was the controls. Worverine in this game runs around as though he is on ice, it would have been better if they set the controles to use a six button controler for all the moves wolverine has. In short the idea is great but in my opion if a game has bad controls it isn't worth playing
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Nathan.E on May 18, 2014
Platform for Display: Sega Genesis
Wolverine: Adamantium Rage, developed by Teeny Weeny Games/Perfect Entertainment, is a hollow cash-in on the character's namesake. The level design is uninspired, the controls are slippery, and the game even goes as far to employ D-pad buttons in place of face buttons to use attacks.

If the way the game controlled didn't get you to stop playing it, the insanely strict level timer will. Throughout every level, you're given just barely enough time to complete it if you're rushing through it, and given Wolvy's powers, this doesn't make a lot of sense. The game does have his regenerating health, yet it moves so slow, and since you're on a timer, you'll never find yourself healing up with it. If they were going to allow you to use his regen. health, they should have done away with the horrible timer.

The visuals are OK for the time. Wolverine looks like Wolverine, and the animations aren't bad. The enemy designs are awful, though, and some of the visuals in the levels can be head-scratchingly bad. The level in space with Wolverine constellations really stands out to me.

The boss fights are poorly developed, usually falling into the "hit the boss and hope it dies before you do" school of design. Even regular scientist enemies can take out Wolvy if you're not careful, and all of this is due to the nigh-broken controls. Nothing here feels like it works the way it's supposed to.

The jumping mechanics are extremely slippery. So much so that you'll find yourself sliding off of tiny platforms you're meant to land on instead of jumping around and feeling like Wolverine. Again, the level timer is a huge pain during moments like this, since usually if you miss a platform, you'll have to trek all the way back to the beginning of the set of platforms to proceed.
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By PJW420 on July 27, 2014
Platform for Display: Sega Genesis Verified Purchase
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1 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Ben Van Ord on June 18, 2002
Platform for Display: Sega Genesis
First thing if your a Wolverine fan like i am this is a great game from what i remember, its been awhile since i've played this and i think i lost my copy but here what i can remember it, based on wolverine's past. You play in different stages based on his past(like the lab where he got his adamantium skeleton and claws) and work through the levels trying to get to the bottom of his past to find out what happened so long ago. I can't remember a lot, but you end up in the lab, a snow covered moutain, the jungle, the sewers, on some planet, (that was a really annoying level), some factory and a mansion. Some of the bosses are tough and you even get to fight some of his old rivals and enemies like sabertooth,Cyber, Lady Deathstrike(i think)Albert (a robot look-alike who has the same moves as you), some weird vampire thing (pierce i think) and some others. you also fight the hellfire club (mansion level) from his past as well. oh yeah you also have this meter that moniters Elise Dee(a andriod child designed to get close and hug(latch onto you really tight then explode killing you it ) kind of like a time meter (i think). Here are the level codes i wrote down from playing the game:
lvl 1: (no code needed)
lvl 2: Mariko
lvl 3: Sliver Fox
lvl 4: Department H
lvl 5: Madripoor
lvl 6: Asanso
lvl 7: The Hudsons
Altough its only 7 levels i remember them to be challegning and fun, if you still have a Geneisis and like wolverine or even if you don't i suggest this game
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