Great graphics unreal gameplay. Not happy with it.
5 June 2009
Summary: While the game is technically thrilling I was not impressed with the game play. I play many shooters and this one I found a bit lacking. While the designers have added to the typical shooter game play, they managed to remove other aspects that add realism to shooters. Some advantage points that would have been available in the Halo, Rainbow6, or Call of Duty brands were not available for Wanted.
Summary: This game is definitely better than a lot of the trash that usually comes out with a movie, but that doesn't make it a good game. It's too short, too easy, and the graphics and cutscenes are rather pathetic. did I say it was short? the amount of entertainment you'll get from this game is hardly even worth a rent. I easily breezed through everything the game offered in 3-4 hours.
Summary: Translating Mark Millar and J.G. Jones' Wanted comic to film was one thing, but translating the bullet-laden flick to the video game world seems like a match made in Heaven. Sadly, Wanted: Weapons of Fate is really nothing else but wasted potential. Taking place after the film, you play as Wesley and take down hordes of baddies. The whole curving the bullet technique is here, and is a fun little trick to pull off at first as well.
Summary: As others have said, this game is very, very short, very simple, and has little replay value. The only challenge to this game is in learning the controls for the first time. After about thirty minutes or less you have those down and then you are left with one of the easiest games ever produced. This game does have some fun moments initially, but after experiencing them for the 50th time, it gets old.
"Unwanted: Total Disappointment" would have been a more fitting title
27 March 2009
Summary: When I first played the demo for this game I couldn't wait until it came out. After playing the actual game, I realized that it is nothing like I thought it would be. I never even made it passed the level where you have to lead Elise out of town. The turret part of the level is nothing short of a joke (if you do survive that part it is by sheer luck). The game just doesn't work for me. The game makers should have stuck closer to the essence of the movie.