X-Men Origins: Wolverine Pro Reviews

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X-Men Origins: Wolverine Reviews

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GameDaily 8/10 May 01 '09
GameZone 8.2/10 May 01 '09
IGN 360 7.8/10 Apr 30 '09
IGN AU 6.9/10 Apr 29 '09
Neoseeker 7.5/10 May 11 '09
Gamespy 3/5 May 07 '09
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"Turns out, the full game doesn't absolutely tank. Don't get me wrong, this isn't going to be the best title you ever shove into your disc drive, but X-Men Origins: Wolverine Uncaged Edition does rattle our expectations, especially after the last Wolverine-based video game left such a bad taste in our mouths. With the Origins game, Activision and Raven Software have stated their goal of truly capturing Wolverine's unique character and abilities -- powerful rage attacks, animal instincts, regeneration. They made good on that promise, and the end result is an exceptionally visceral experience devoid of pesky details like character development and engaging storyline. After a gruesome cinematic introduction, Logan is dumped from a helicopter into the jungles of Africa, and you, the player, are allowed to take over right from the start, surrounded by a small band of guerilla fighters. Whether you start mashing buttons or follow the tips popping up at the bottom of the screen, you'll quickly get into the swing of butchering your opponents. Within seconds, the ground will be littered with decapitated bodies and severed limbs, while blood flies with every slash or stab; you'll be seeing a lot of that in X-Men Origins."
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