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Duvendor reviews X-Men Origins: Wolverine (X360)

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Here we go! As the heading indicates, “Origins” details as the history of Wolverine started. Thus, we go to live deeply diverse moments in the career of one of the X-men most famous of history. And that moment key is the form with Logan obtained adamantium in its skeleton! After all, the true origin of it comes for close to year 1800! The game, in turn, is concentrated more in making of “Weapon X”, when Wolverine acquires adamantium, alternating with events of three years before, in Africa, a form of narrative that it aims at to show the details of this event that completely changed the life of it. After the third act, the things are half strangers. This having to the fact of each reply for one asks raised in the plot to come more folloiwed of two different questions, becoming how much in such a way confused plot one. The game also backwards other known mutants, as Gambit and Blob, however instead of using to advantage these facts to help the player to understand the script, them only leaves the more confused things a bit in uncurling of flashbacks. Until the end of the game, you he will have that to give much attention to understand mainly what really he happened, if you will not be made familiar to the comic books of Wolverine. "I´m the best in what I do and what I do it isn´t very nice!" This is one of many sentences in the loading screens. This one was created by Frank Miller.

Game Traits applied to X-Men Origins: Wolverine (X360) by Duvendor

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    Marvel Universe
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    Hack and slash, Violent and Brutal
X-Men Origins: Wolverine

X-Men Origins: Wolverine (X360)

Genre/Style: Action/Third-person 3D Action
Release Date: 01/MAY/09
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