Summary: First of all this game is definitely not worth the full $60 price tag. It's short. Some say 4 hrs, I say I can do it in 2. Also it's a "get from point a to b" kinda game so no exploring or experimenting. But man is it fun. One of the reasons why its considered so short is because the gameplay is so fast. You can zip from one cover to another in a blink while popping out to shoot, nice and easy. The real star of the show however, is the bullet curve.
Summary: I just finished playing this game now. These are the pros and cons. Pros: - Solid gameplay. Cover system works fine. Bullet curving and bullet time are fun and easy to use. The game also offers an acceptable amount of variety in gameplay mechanisms. - Graphics aren't bad. They're not great, but good enough to be a current-gen game. - Dialogues are good.
Summary: Not the best game in the bunch. However, I love to play for "Trophies". You have to play the game over and over, like five x to get everything you need. So this game was fun... like a curved bullet to the brain.
Summary: Expectations for movie licences are usually low. Wanted: Weapons of Fate is no different; despite flashes of potential, it's a distinctly average experience. The storyline picks up directly after the movie, following Wesley Gibson as he learns more about his mother. Play also switches to Wesley's father, Cross, for a few levels. In addition, there's some nonsense about intercepting a magical loom of fate.
Summary: For a game based of a film Wanted Weapons of Fate is actually rather good usually games based of films tend to suck but wanted does not. The controls are pretty easy to use and the graphics and scenes fit perfectly as a tie in to the movie. The only flaw with the game is that it only has 9 acts with very small level layouts except act 8 and 9 which are okay.
Conclusion: This game was far too short and rather dissapointing i felt, not terrible and the fact you could bend bullet is always incredibly fun and most useful at points. The price of the game was rather steep and kind of felt that the "free" film was included in the price. The fact you go back to the same level a fair few times meant i felt a little cheated with the content but overall was a fun game to play with some brilliant element but far too short!