Very Short, Very Linear, And Very Easy, But An Absolute Blast While It Lasts
16 March 2014
Summary: "Wanted: Weapons Of Fate," developed by GRIN and published by Warner Bros., is the very epitome of what I like to call "Junk Food Gaming." There's only 9 short levels, they're all incredibly linear and restrictive, and the game itself is incredibly easy, even on the hardest difficulty.
awesome game on KILLER difficulty & headshot only mode or close combat mode
Pol "P", Amazon
26 December 2013
Summary: very cool game. very cool version of bullet time in this game. the cover system is pretty good too love the loud handgun. decent characters. good plot. when I beat it on normal it was just ok. BUT there are plenty of unlockables to get. like Killer difficulty gets unlocked.
Summary: Wanted: Weapons of Fate isn't just a short game for 20$; it's an good one. Despite its few shortcomings, Wanted: Weapons of Fate is a good little action game. It is one of those rare adaptations of movies that are quite successful and even if his life is low, you have a good time, short but intense...
Summary: You pretty much spend the first two hours repeating the shoot from cover and move forward scenario over and over. Then the challenge factor is increased by adding guys with shotguns that require 10 shots to the head to kill and poorly placed checkpoints.