Summary: This product was not what I had hoped that it would be. Maybe I was expecting too much of the game that I just didn't get. Please understand this comment is not a hit on the seller. It's more of a hit on the video game system PSP. Thanks seller! I'll still purchase from you I just won't be playing an X-MEN Origins Wolverine on my PSP ever in life. Not even in death!
Summary: X-Men Origins: Wolverine is an okay addition to the PSP. The graphics are a little bit under the okay range, the sound is alright, and the gameplay is pretty fun. The cut scenes in the game are amazing compared with the PS3 graphics. There are about 16 missions, and I stormed through this in a day or two. You can also unlock costumes, concept art, audio logs, and more, too. The game doesn't really follow the movie, but it's an okay game.
Summary: Challenge - This game is UNGODLY hard. Even on easy mode. As you get later in the game, you will spend several minutes alone fighting regular enemies. Not to mention that some warp, cut out your healing factor completely, and/or deal a massive amount of damage. Sure, you get "upgrades", but those do not seem to help at all.
Summary: This game has to one of the worst psp games I have ever played. I rented it thinking it would be pretty cool, I was wrong. In this game you play as Wolverine a mutant with special powers at the start of it you are having flash backs of your times on special missions. Some missions requirering you to assainate some ninja master person. I didn't even finish the game is whats sad I wanted to return it before I even finished.
Summary: X-Men Origins Wolverine for the PSP is a poorly designed game. The Graphics are not that great for the psp. You may have the feeling your not playing as Wolverine. The Sound quality is a fair passing rating for this game. When you go throughout the levels, some are easy, but some are challenging. This game is not like the Uncaged Verisons of the PS3 and the 360, when you claw someone, their body parts won't fall out. The Lenght of the game is not that very long.
Summary: Very nice video game, not the best one of the Marvel franchise, but in my opinion, Marvel video games developed by Activision are not the best examples. In the case of X-men Origins: Wolverine; we can say it has more in-game action than other video games, specially for the big quantity of moves that Wolverine has. In terms of plot, it doesn't adapt to much to the movie (Maybe it uses part of the history that appears in the comics), I personally found the game too short.
Summary: The game was alright, but not the best. I think that they could of extended the story line a bit more because I just breezed through the game. It felt to easy for me, not enough of a challenge. But besides that the graphics were great for a PSP and the movie clips were great as well. The sound was spectacular, the character's voices were decent sounding for the game.
Summary: While the XBox 360 and PS3 versions of X-Men Origins: Wolverine received Mature-labeled "Uncaged Editions" of the game, which are loaded with bloody fun mind you, every other version of the game finds Marvel's mutant mascot in watered down and toned down renditions. The PSP edition, much like the PS2 version, of X-Men Origins: Wolverine is no different, as the blood, gore, and visceral fun has been all but erased, and what we get here are repetitive objectives that just...