Reviews and Problems with X-Men Origins: Wolverine
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Richard Hanooman "Richard Hanooman", Amazon
5 August 2013
Summary: I love wolverine! But this game was just to much for me. I stopped playing it after fighting the big rock monster like 3 times doing the same exact attacks. Great story line of course, but kind of repetitive.
Summary: For Wolverine's first stand alone game in a long time, Wolverine holds nothing back. It's action packed, gory, and full of generic Wolverine humor. It almost feels like a God of War or Devil May Cry clone, but falls short in few factors.
Summary: I got the demo from the PlayStation Store and loved it so I got the game. The graphics for the game look good. The opening and final cut scenes looks the best, while the rest looks average. The levels are pretty big and there are many characters from the movie in the game.
sinkt: Wolverine's claws are always out in this game, and sharper than you could imagine.
23 September 2010
Summary: Most gamers know to be suspicious of movie-based games because, frankly, they're almost always terrible - even if the material they're based off of is excellent. Well, X-Men Origins: Wolverine is a bit of an anomaly because the game is probably better than the actual movie, and for one reason:...
Summary: When I heard that X-Men Origins: Wolverine was a good game, I wondered if it was a joke. A good game based on a mediocre movie? No way. But I went and bought the game, and low and behold, I was having a blast within the first 5 minutes. No other game has made me feel as awesome as Wolverine.
Summary: Demo was cool but after playing this game for a while it starts to get boring. It's more of the same. You go to an area, slice up a bunch of ppl, figure out the puzzle to get to the next area, then beat "the boss". Problem is the boss is the same ugly creature from before.
SnS ""Those are my principles and if you don't like them; I have others" Groucho Marx", Amazon
17 May 2009
Summary: I had a great time with this game, but I tend to rate my games on more than one play-through. After all, what is the point doling out 60 bucks on a game if it lacks the second or third time through? Overall, the game is really well made. The graphics are solid, and the gore is a nice touch.
Summary: Bought for a 13 year old nephew. He said it was a decent game, but the graphics were quite cartoon-y. Maybe at that ago though he's just very sensitive about anything that could be perceived as being for a younger age group.