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X-Men Origins: Wolverine - Uncaged Edition - Xbox 360

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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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Uncage Wolverine's tragic past and discover how the ultimate weapon was created. Unleash the razor sharp adamantium claws, feral instincts and mutant regeneration power of the world's fiercest hero. Visceral combat. Pure rage. Epic battles. Take on the impossible in your hunt to uncover the secrets of Weapon X then exact your revenge.

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The X-Men saga continues with the X-Men Origins: Wolverine video game for the Xbox 360, based on the feature film of the same name. Unleash the fury of Wolverine and see how it all began. With cinema-style graphics and sound, and unstoppable action and excitement, X-Men Origins: Wolverine will have you on the edge of seat as you slash, slice, and stab your way through level after level of intense, epic gameplay.



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Cinema-Style Graphics and Sound
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 Xbox 360. 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.


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Platform:Xbox 360
ASIN B001PKHRVE
Release date May 1, 2009
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4.3 out of 5 stars 120 customer reviews

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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.6 inches
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By J. Brooks VINE VOICE on May 2, 2009
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Let me start off by saying most games that tie into a movie suck, Wolverine Uncaged isn't one of them.

Unlike so many other movie games Wolverine Uncaged is well thought out and designed, like they were actually trying to make a great game instead of just making a game to sell with the movie.

In terms of how it plays, it plays similarly to God of War, some platforming, puzzles, and lots of action. It is just tons of fun having a half a dozen or more bad guys thrown at you and being able to just deal with them. That and the fact that Wolverine has enough moves and animations that each kill seems unique, keeping the gameplay fresh the whole way through.

The controls are responsive, somewhat intuitive, and just work. Can't really complain about any aspect of the controls.

Graphically the game is very solid. During a fight Wolverine will get torn apart, lit on fire, shot, even blown up to some degree and every little bit of that effects how he looks. He'll even get to the point that hes so torn up it's like looking through a piece of Swiss cheese, thus exposing his skeleton. And watching him regenerate from all of his wounds is just cool.

The game also has some of the smoothest cutscenes I've seen for a while. One thing I've always disliked about cutscenes in other games is that they show your character doing really awesome things that you can't normally do in the game. Wolverine Uncaged on the other hand, you get to do all of those awesome things.

Now some people will complain about all of the blood and gore and the fact it's rated M... I don't have a problem with that because if you've ever read ANY of the Wolverine Origins books you'll know why. And being such a fan I am glad they didn't wuss out and go for T rating.
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X-Men Origins Wolverine is a fun action game that allows you to slice up and dismember enemies as everybody's favorite adamantium clawed mutant. However, whenever the game breaks away from the visceral combat, it feels like anything but a Wolverine game.

Concept: 9/10
An M-Rated Wolverine Game! This is a dream for most gamers and comic book fans. You play as Wolverine taking on enemy soldiers, mutants, sentinels... With the M-Rating, Wolverine dismembers enemies and performs brutal finishing movies on anyone unlucky enough to get in his way. This is the Wolverine that comic fans have always wanted to see! But the execution of this concept feels flawed whenever the game breaks away from the bone smashing, dismembering action.

Story: 3/10
The game tries to tell its own story while retelling the movie supplemented with some of the story arcs from the comics. It's a story about Wolverine, but flashes back to the movie, which flashes back to the movie flashbacks, then flashes forward to the movie, then flashes forward to the game, amidst other flashbacks. The story is so confusing, you actually feel like you have Alzheimer's. In the end, it's a complete mess. After finishing this game, you will understand why Wolverine has amnesia.

Gameplay: 7/10 (Combat) 5/10 (Other)
Wolverine feels deadly and responsive as you slash your way through hordes of enemies. He's got God of War style combos, the ability to launch and combo enemies into the air, throws, a long range tackle, and brutal finishing moves. The enemies are a mixed bag. Most of what you fight are soldiers with machine guns which is a pretty bad match-up for a guy with claws. There are sub bosses, but you fight all of them the same way.
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Despite the fact that it becomes repetitive and is occasionally glitchy and downright fugly (I'm looking at you, Unreal Engine and development deadlines tied to movie releases), I have to give this game props for being so full of over-the-top, kick-butt-ery that you can't help but become enthusiastic about it. The hours will fall away as you rend your foes limb from limb using one of the most iconic comic book characters ever in his BEST video game incarnation, bar none. The game moves breathlessly from one exciting set-piece to the next, consistently rewarding the player with cool upgrades and improved brawling prowess that the "just one more level" mindset is unavoidable.

I for one, cannot wait for a sequel from this same development team that is NOT tied to a movie release.

NOTE: It's been said in other reviews but it bears repeating - this is not a kid's game. The brutality and gore is very strong and made even this aged reviewer say, "Whoa!" more than once, usually when Wolverine would put his claws through someone's head and then rip said head from torso in slow motion.
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I did not have high hopes for this game other than as an distraction until I was ready to dig in to "Dawnguard" DLC for Skyrim or the new "Harley Quinn" DLC for Arkham City. I had played a little of the demo - just enough to know it would be worth picking up when it hit $20 bucks. So I broke down & picked it up for a tad more than $20 & man am I pleased w/myself for waiting & getting this for,basically,a song.The fine lads & lasses @ Activision appears to have put a lot of love into to this title. I'm only about 1/2 way thru but I am enjoying myself tremendously & think I would not had been disappointed had I bought it @ retail when it came out. I truly mean that.This game is mostly ACTION w/a smattering of puzzles that are,for the most part, very easy involving how to reach a ledge or open a door,but not like some do as a cheap trick to 'lengthen' the game. No,just enough to give your fingers a rest until the next round of baddies or mini bosses appear.There is the occasional floating dead guy apparently able to levitate on death.We all have experienced that dead body that looks like it's lying on a box but there is no box in sight? Well there is a bit of that but nothing that made me get pissed @ all.I,myself,am 54 yrs old (maybe you want to consider my opinion on those grounds)but I'm the arch-typical Peter Pan who can always find the time to enjoy all little things that make life cool.One of those things is playing video games. And I have been playing them since PONG (however reluctantly @ first,hoping they would fail because I was such a Pinball fan & worried that Video Games would supplant the Pinball in the hearts of Americans...as it did)so I'm pretty fussy because I have played so many video games on so many different systems.Read more ›
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