Retro Review: Wolverine NES Comments - Mania.com



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StarlightGuard 5/1/2009 3:26:16 PM

Game genie?

You cheater!

A real man from the golden days of Nintendo DIDN'T NEED A GAME GENIE!

You know, I clicked on this article on the strange coincidence that I actually own this game. A friend of mine gave it (and thirty more, plus a half dozen more controllers) to me because my refurbished Nintendo is in working order.

I must have like 60 to 70 old NES games.

And what do I play?

F-Zero for the SNES.

I still haven't beaten Megaman 4 - 6, or Mega Man X, yet I keep playing F-Zero.

SaintDemon 5/1/2009 5:43:38 PM

I use to own that game. I loved and hated it. I loved that I was Wolverine and that I could pull in other X-Men to assist in my battles. However, I hated that the use of my claws was limited and that the healing factor did not seem to apply.

redhairs99 5/2/2009 9:22:39 AM

Starlight, if the system allows you to do it, it's not cheating.  At least, that's what my father always taught me.

TheScriber 5/3/2009 5:31:00 PM

 Retro Review = Awesomeness!

I like the idea of this. I never played this but I do enjoy a little retro gaming myself.

I own a sega genesis with a ton of games. I especially enjoy Snow Bros.

I played the X-Men game on Gen. which was pretty sick. I think you could play as 16 different characters. For back then is pretty nice. Alright Game on!

INSOMNIAC666 5/5/2009 7:58:50 AM

Oh My God!

I lost so many hours of my life to this game! it's Awesome.

Insomniac666

http://www.digitaldirect.co.uk

StarwindAmada 5/19/2009 5:38:03 PM

 Wow. What a piece of shit.

 

You know what's awesome? Playing this, giving up on it and then playing X-Men Origins: Woverine. You go from a crappy 8-bit side-scroller to a full 3-D world where you control a visceral Hugh Jackman-portrayed Wolverine who rips people to shreds, with blood and screaming everywhere. Much different from the NES games of yesteryear.

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