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X-Men

by Sega
Platform : Sega Genesis
34 customer reviews

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Platform: Sega Genesis

Cartridge only. Cartridge and label are in overall very good condition, but may show light wear. Guaranteed functional or replacement.

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Platform: Sega Genesis
  • ASIN: B000035XLE
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 4 x 10 inches ; 10.1 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,749 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 25, 2001
Platform for Display: Sega Genesis
This is probably the only X-men Game that captured the feeling of Marvel's greatest heroes, THE X-MEN! This game is great, but then again it is a 16-Bt side-scrolling game but hey, it is an old game. You can choose from Gambit, Nightcrawler, Wolverine and Cyclops! You also have 4 other X-men to help you throughout the game: Iceman, Storm, Archangel, Rogue and Jean. If you're an X-men fan and aren't consumed with Playstation and all those other new systems, get this game! 10 out of 5 stars!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on December 6, 2003
Platform for Display: Sega Genesis
Acclaim managed to make plenty of lackluster video games using popular Marvel licenses (X-Men, Spider-Man, Iron Man, and let's not forget that Fantastic Four game for the PS1), but to this day Sega is the only company to make a great X-Men game (in fact they made two; this game and it's sequel X-Men 2: The Clone Wars). X-Men manages to catch the spirit of the comic allowing you play as Wolverine, Cyclops, Nightcrawler, and Gambit while getting assistance from Iceman, Storm, Rogue, Archangel, and Jean Grey. You go through a number of huge levels, ranging from the Savage Land to a Shi'ar ship to Excalibur's castle to a ravaged Sentinel filled future to Asteroid M where you confront Magneto. You are thrown against hordes of generic looking enemies, but X-Men is surprisingly difficult and features some great boss battles (including Juggernaut, Deathbird, Sabretooth, Ahab, and finally Magneto among others) and the game effectively uses each character's different mutant powers such as Wolvie's berserker attack and Gambit's kinetic laced cards. The graphics are sharp, colorful, and surprisingly full of detail, while the controls are easy enough to pick up. All in all, this is one of the best Marvel licensed 16-bit games ever, but it would only be topped by it's sequel X-Men 2: The Clone Wars.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Triforce Of Power on November 4, 2011
Platform for Display: Sega Genesis
Well, for starters, this game isn't the awesome game from the arcade. While that X-Men game was based off of the failed X-Men pilot Pryde of the X-Men and featured Wolverine, Cyclops, Storm, Colossus, Dazzler, and Nightcrawler, this game features Wolverine, Cyclops, Gambit, and Nightcrawler with the ability to call on help from Storm, Rogue, Archangel, and Iceman.

You know how half the episodes of Star Trek The Next Generation feature the holodeck going haywire and trying to take over the ship and kill the crew? Well, X-Men face a similar plot when the danger room malfunctions and you are forced to survive dangerous simulation after dangerous simulation. I'll be blunt as far as which characters are good: all of them except Gambit. Nightcrawler is clearly the best because of his jump kick and teleport ability, Cyclops has a good projectible mutant power as well as a high jump, Wolverine heals (at the snail's pace of just a fraction of his health every 3 minutes or so) and his claws augment his attacks, but Gambit's mutant power (throwing a charged playing card) isn't useful. The flight pattern is a wavy back and forth, plus it doesn't appear to do much damage. On top of that, if you duck to avoid getting shot, you will still get hit. In short, Gambit sucks in this game.

Another big disappointment is the sound. While the music to the second level (the space station) is incredible, especially considering the Sega Genesis standards, the rest of the music in the game is lousy. The savage land doesn't even really have music at all, Mojo's level is obnoxious sounding, and the lighthouse level sounds terrible as well. Were they only capable of producing one good level of music?

Another low-point in the game is the bosses. Xandra, Lady Deathstrike, Ahab (really? Ahab?
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Axel on August 5, 2005
Platform for Display: Sega Genesis
I got X-Men eleven or twelve years ago when my parents got me a Sega Genesis. It was my first video game and to this day it is still one of my favorite games. And even now in the days of the PS2 and Xbox, I'll still frequently pop this game into my Genesis and play. It's simple, fun and familiar.

The game lets you play as four X-Men (Gambit, Nightcrawler, Wolverine and Cyclops) and has five backup characters (Archangel, Storm, Rouge, Iceman and Jean Grey) that you can't play as, but you can call upon if you need help. The game brilliantly features the X-Men's different powers.

Each of the six levels are recognizable to people who are into X-Men...the Savage Land, the Shi'ar Empire, Excalibur's Lighthouse and Asteroid M to name most of them. The levels are interesting and well-detailed for a 16-bit game. They're also relatively big.

The boss fights are really great, too. Characters like Juggernaut, Sabertooth, Apocalypse, Mojo and obvously Magneto show up. Unfourtunately, a lot of them are really difficult to beat (not impossible) without backup characters, which is the only real problem with this game.

If you still own a working Genesis and don't have this game or haven't played this game before, I recommend looking for it.
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Platform for Display: Sega Genesis
After years of Nintendo making very crappy Marvel comic licensed titles, "Sega Genesis does NOT!!" It finally makes a good Marvel Comics game (Spider Man for Sega Genesis which I find ok) and its X-Men. Although it was'nt the best, Sega tried its best to fit the best graphics and gameplay possible for a 16-bit system (it was a good game for its time). In this game, there are only four characters to choose from which are Cyclops, Wolverine, Nightcrawler, and Gambit and you fight your way through six intense levels of which strategy is required. Nightcrawler simply is the best (and sometimes the only useful character) to choose because of his extensive, yet deadly teleportation and superior speed. The scene where you fight Apocalypse is where Nightcrawler is mandatory so save his strength for that level. Its a great game to add to your collection, but allow me to highlight the hits and misses this game has to offer. Don't let a few misses prevent you from getting the game, because a difficult game does'nt always make it less fun.

GAME HITS:
Graphics were impressive for its time, using the same (almost life like) animation as the Spider Man game for Sega plus the same sound effects. The controls were reponsive and attack/jump buttons were at the right place. Like the first ninja turtles game for NES, you get to switch characters during the game. You also get to choose several X-Men for assistance such as Archangel, Storm, and Rouge (offense helpers when things get really rough) plus Iceman and Jean Grey (when you need to get to "out of reach" areas). Enemy selection from the comics were decent (Sabretooth, Death Bird, Juggernaut, Zaladane, Sentinals, Apocalypse, Ahab, Mojo, and Magneto) and there were a variety of weaker enemies.
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