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.
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.
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.