Reviews and Problems with X-Men Origins: Wolverine
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Good rental game
Tahquitz , GameStop
9 October 2012
Summary: The graphics in this game are good, seeing Wolverine's wounds heal over time is pretty cool and also watching bodies being sliced apart. The gameplay is also good although it gets repetitive real quick. It is a short game and only worth multiple playthroughs if you want to earn all the trophies for it.
Summary: To start with, I,m a huge x-men fan and can't wait for x-men destiny to come out, but this game was just alright. I mean, i loved all the blood and gore, but the graphics were not that good. They were only good when it came to the real movies.
Summary: Xmen Origins: Wolverine has many pros and con's... Pros: -Followed the movie creating a easy transition -Amazing sound quality to match every movement and attack -Nice length from what was a Movie based game - Finally the controls and interface was very player friendly Cons: -Graphics had many glitch problems -Though the game did have length the challenge was below par Overall I would say this game is a rent.
sinkt: Wolverine's claws are always out in this game, and sharper than you could imagine.
Steven, Game Informer
7 October 2009
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: rewarding, visceral, brutal combat. Don't read too much into the 7/10 score; what's seven but a number?
Summary: X-Men Origins: Wolverine is a pretty good game. I love wolverine and I love X-men so I decided to give this game a try. And it was fun... For the next two days. Now don't get me wrong it was a great game but it was just very repetitive. I mean how many times do i have to fight a boss in one level. Once or twice is ok but four or five times is just overkill. But now lets get on to the story. I thought the story line was great, nothing like the movie at all.
Summary: I played the demo believing the game was going to be just another crappy movie game rushed onto shelves. I was very surprised. The game is ACTUALLY GOOD! It plays extremely well, the fighting, hacking, and slashing never gets old. The violent alternatives to simply slicing someone are very good. But the coolest part by far is the regeneration.