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X-Men Origins: Wolverine
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- Relentless Combat:Take control of Wolverine¿s indestructible adamantium claws with over one hundred custom moves, reflex quick-kills, and long-range lunge attacks.
- Real-time Regeneration: Wolverine¿s unique regeneration abilities mend bone and muscle tissue in real-time, allowing for non-stop combat and impossible risk-taking
- Build up your Rage to unlock astonishing special-moves, combos and contextual attacks, or utilize Wolverine¿s unique animal instincts to expose tactical advantages and weak points in enemies, solve puzzles and discover escape routes.
- Popular Marvel Heroes and Villains: To uncover Wolverine¿s turbulent past, fight with and against the most popular characters in the Marvel universe. Gambit, Sabretooth, and more combine to make this the most intense action experience in gaming.
- Cinematic Intensity: Fall to earth from 30,000 feet in the air with no parachute, lunge through spinning helicopter blades, take on entire platoons at once - level after level of epic gameplay awaits.
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Platform: Nintendo Wii
Top Customer Reviews
When I first saw some video of the new Wolverine game, adapted from Hugh Jackman's return to the claws that made him famous, I was very excited. I saw blood, I saw flesh regenerating and I even saw an epic battle against Sentinels, Sabretooth, Deadpool, and others. Needless to say, it looked like a video game company actually understood Wolverine. Reading the description of the Wii version of the game made it seem that, while the graphics and real-time regeneration may not be as vivid, and the amount of blood and gore would be toned down, the other all feel of this game would not be much different than the "UnCaged" versions found on PC, XBOX360, and PS3.
Upon purchasing the game, I found it to be a disappointment. Not only was the game too easy and repetitive, Some of the villains described were not present. I understand the Wii can not handle the graphics and amount of information that the PS3 and XBOX360, but I really don't think they needed to completely dumb the game down to the point that the most difficult part of the game was not falling in the water. I had some fun with the game and reliving the movie was definitely a plus, but the game needed something to keep me wanting to play.
I did complete the game and hoped to find some desirable unlockable(s), all I received for my effort was a slightly harder game play mode, which did not make me want to beat the game again. Needless to say, Activision skimped on the Wii version as many other companies have done; if you want a good game for the Wii, you need to look for games designed specifically for the Wii and not modified from the Playstation 2 version.
I'd give the game a D+ overall
Disappointed as i really wanted to play this game.
THE GOOD STUFF
You will get to do all sorts of very cool moves with Wolverine. He has a complex arsenal of moves and some brutal and devastating finishing moves. You will use the Nunchuck stick to move him around and you will fight with your B and Z buttons. There are all sorts of cool combo moves to learn as well as a decent lunge attack with the plus button. There is also a really nasty finishing move you can do with your B button. Wolverine has feral senses that can be accessed with the minus button and they come in very handy for finding otherwise invisible enemies, in fact you couldn't beat the game without them. You can also put Wolverine into a Rage mode by shaking the controls when your rage meter is filled up. The controls all work very well indeed and your skills can be upgraded as you progress through the game. You will take out the bad guys in a number of pretty spectacular ways and there is a surprising amount of blood and violence in this game considering it somehow got a "T" rating. The combat is a lot of fun.
There are several mini-boss and boss battles. These are fun as well and they all require you to do QTE button presses. These can be a little bit tricky but they are fun and look very good.
The graphics in the game are pretty good and most of the characters look like they do in the film. Voice acting is okay but can sometimes get obnoxious and repetitive. It certainly isn't the best looking or sounding game I've played but it is adequate. There are also a couple of cut scenes that are taken directly from the film.Read more ›
it has way to many cutt and loading scene.
it is way to easy to kill apponents.
the bosses are a waste of time and the puzzles a one year could figure out.
and the game is short with no special bonus.
don't waste your money.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
AWSEOME YEAH TOTALLY SWEET YA KNOW THIS REVIEW IS A VERY GOOD ONE AND HAS MORE THEN 19 WORD AND A COUPLE NUMBERS IN ITPublished on June 8, 2013 by Michael D.
It was a Chrismas gift for my son and he loved it. Seeing him so excited just made my dayPublished on January 14, 2013 by Carlos M. Sosa II
Havent used much but good so far. But this is just what I wanted and think that it will be greatPublished on November 6, 2011 by katekos
The service was great and the game is good for older children. I would not recommend it for someone younger than 12 or 13, it does have a high language content. Read morePublished on March 27, 2011 by Sweetpea
I love X man and usually everything that has to do with it but this game is terrible!!
Its boring you cant really do much in the game and its a total waste of time
please... Read more
I will start by saying I am a huge Wolverine fan and pretty much love anything he's in and just had to get some version of this game simply because he's in it and I didn't own it... Read morePublished on October 5, 2010 by christy