WET Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 7.3/10

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WET Reviews

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Digital Chumps 7.6/10 Sep 15 '09
IGN 360 6.6/10 Sep 14 '09
Xbox360achievements 74% Sep 18 '09
Neoseeker 6.7/10 Sep 17 '09
1UP B- Sep 15 '09
AtomicGamer 69% Sep 29 '09
Computer and Video Games 6.2/10 Sep 15 '09
Destructoid 7.5/10 Sep 18 '09
EuroGamer 7/10 Sep 18 '09
GameSpot 7.5/10 Sep 16 '09
GameZone 7.5/10 Sep 29 '09
Kombo 360 8.0/10 Sep 22 '09
Team Xbox 8.6/10 Sep 15 '09
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WET Previews

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GameDaily Aug 21 '07
Gamer 2.0 Apr 30 '09
IGN 360 Apr 27 '09
Computer and Video Games Sep 01 '09
EuroGamer Apr 27 '09
EuroGamer Jul 13 '09
Gamespy Aug 20 '09
Strategy Informer Jul 20 '09
Team Xbox Aug 25 '09
Team Xbox Aug 19 '09
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"Wet is what I imagine came out of someone saying "let's make a list of stuff we think is really cool about Quentin Tarantino movies and put it all into this videogame we're making." Wet's '70s cinema-tinged presentation, over-the-top weapon play, and the seemingly intentional plot elements it shares with Tarantino's Kill Bill make this a slick-looking game, but the sometimes frustrating controls, over reliance on quick-time events, and lack of online leaderboards make it suffer from a slight case of style over substance. In Wet you follow the exploits of Rubi Malone, a tough-as-nails gun for hire that's got a vendetta against one of her former employers who double-crossed her, and will stop at nothing until she kills him -- sounds kind of like Kill Bill, right? With a title like "Wet" and a leading lady that's emblazoned across the cover I was expecting this to be another over sexualized game where the female character is just an object to fuel fanboy fantasies. Instead, I was pleasantly surprised when I found that wasn't the case. Never was there a lingering shot on the heroine's backside, nor did Rubi ever utter one phrase of suggestive dialogue; the only time you even see her wearing anything less than a leather jacket and long pants or refer to any kind of sexual act is in a scene during the second half of the game, and there's certainly nothing sexual about it. Kudos to A2M for not succumbing to the pressures of crafting a female lead that's not merely an object."
"Fighting Max Payne at his own game"
"... and wild"
"While I was sold on the concept of WET -- a chick shoots and slices up thugs in a grindhouse-inspired action game -- I wasn't exactly sold on what's arguably a game's most important aspect: How i..."
"Paynekiller?"
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