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X-Men Origins: Wolverine - Uncaged Edition - Playstation 3
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- Cinema quality action sequences with jaw-dropping graphics and detail
- Over 100 custom moves, reflex quick-kills, and long-range lunge attacks
- Rage abilities to unlock special moves and powers
- Utilize Wolverine's Feral Senses for tactical advantages over the enemy
- Real-time regeneration powers to mend bones and tissues for non-stop combat action
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With incredibly detailed graphics and stellar sound effects, you'll feel as though you're watching a full-feature movie, only you'll be playing it on your PS3. X-Men Origins: Wolverine takes you back to the "birth" of Wolverine when the fury was first unleashed. Battle your way through levels of relentless action that feature jaw-dropping graphics that are suitable enough for the big screen.
You'll encounter extremely detailed combat situations throughout this game, including battling enemies at 30,000 feet in the air with no parachute, all on your way to hunt down the secrets of Weapon X.
Relentless Combat and Epic Gameplay
Take on the enemy as only Wolverine can using his indestructible adamantium claws to defeat even the toughest adversaries. With over 100 custom moves and attacks, reflex quick-kills, and long-range lunge attacks, you have enough destruction power at your fingertips for even the most intense combat situations.
Battle the meanest, toughest bosses that Wolverine has ever faced, including the gigantic 200-foot tall Sentinels, grotesque Wendigos, and the sinister Leviathans. Use Wolverine's real-time regeneration powers to mend bone and muscle tissue for non-stop fighting action and seemingly impossible risk-taking.
Special Rage Powers and Feral Senses
Take advantage of Wolverine's rage power to unlock devastating special moves, combos, and contextual attacks that are sure to ravage anything in his path. Plus, you can utilize Wolverine's animal-like Feral Senses to expose the enemy's weaknesses and provide you with a tactical advantage against them. You can also use this unique animal instinct to solve puzzles and discover escape routes throughout your journey.
Experience true-to-character authenticity and unrelenting action as you slice and dice your way through incredibly detailed graphics and cinematic sequences that are sure to satisfy any mutant-loving gamer. X-Men Origins: Wolverine is a satisfying action game with plenty of special moves, evil villains, blood and gore, unstoppable action, and so much more.
Platform: PlayStation 3
Top Customer Reviews
1) Extremely fun and engaging combat system.
2) Wolverine's abilities seem accurately reflected in the game. The regeneration system works well. You can see him heal in front of your eyes. The claws damage most enemies as you might expect.
3) RPG elements are fun. The upgrades work and you do become more powerful as you progress.
4) Excellent voice-acting and plot.
1) Some repetitive boss fights. It gets pretty tiresome jumping on big dudes' backs and stabbing them in the hump.
2) Incredibly frustrating timed platforming with controls that are subpar for platforming. (For example in good 3d platformers such as Assassin's Creed 2, or Prince of Persia, trying to jump off a platform and mistiming the jump results in your walking to the edge and stopping, or catching yourself. In this game you just walk off the edge. Also, most platforming in this game seems to require double jumps, which is tuned overly tightly, making it very difficult to execute.) Overall the platforming seemed nonsensical. Wolverine can leap 30 yards to stab an enemy, but without that enemy his range seems to be 5 yards.
3) Some poorly spaced checkpoints which force you to repeat long tedious sections in even of failure. Although for the most part the checkpoints were pretty decent.
4) Somewhat subpar graphics for a PS3 game.
Overall, the game was pretty awesome for anyone who is a wolverine fan. It also is fun to replay, with the exception of the platforming parts.
Overall, the game is really well made. The graphics are solid, and the gore is a nice touch. However, it takes more than some flashy graphics and flying blood to make a good game. Especially today, the game needs to EARN its sixty dollar price tag. To be honest, the game really IS well made. The controls are easy to pick up and barring a few annoying tendancies, such as being mid-combo and combo-ing yourself right off a ledge, the game allows you to hone your feral senses. It really IS like playing Wolverine. The voice acting is excellent and the "puzzles" are just challenging enough to give you time to pause and think.
That being said, this game has almost NOTHING to offer you once you beat it. It reminds me alot of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed. Once you unlock the alternate costumes which amounts to a handful...... there is nothing else. Just more of the same. I have been down this road before. The Force Unleashed was a fun game the first time through, now sadly it collects dust. To be honest it takes more than trophies to keep me going. Either the game has to vary enough each time through that it allows you to at least pretend it is bringing more to the table, or it has to be SO much fun each time through that you don't care that it's the same. Unfortunately, it is a pattern of kill a group of baddies, run to the next part, kill a group of baddies, kill a new type of baddie, run to the next group, rinse and repeat. Occasionally it is broken up by some pretty spectacular boss fights such as gunships or just very BIG baddies.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is one of those rare times when a movie game actually turns out better than the film. The game follows some plot points from the film but the others are completely original. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sultan I. Khetani
Very cool and realistic game. One of my favorites to play now.Published 2 months ago by ralph jacobsen
This game is terrible. The graphics are awful, and the gameplay isn't very good either. I don't mind a slash and thrash game, but you can do better, see deadpool, see batman,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by MikaelDjur
This has to be one of the best damn games I've ever played as a gamer and what better game then X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Movie was good, but this time is the S***!!! Read morePublished 8 months ago by Matthew Boguske
This game is awesome. I remember playing the demo around when it first came out and thought that it was really cool and fun, but for some reason decided not to get it right then. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Axelo624