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If the beat-em-up style of Wolverine's 16-bit games is disappointing but you still want some mutant mayhem, X-periment with X-Men: Gamemaster's Legacy. At the Mental difficulty level, it can be a tough game, but X still marks the spot for fun.
Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM)
There are some unique options this time around, including the ability to pick from more X-Men as the game progresses. The graphics are very good, and the moves are easy enough to execute. A good sequel.
Video Games & Computer Entertainment
The mutants hardly ever use their powers, which makes no sense (you just do a lot of running around and punching), and the fact that you can only play as Storm or Cyclops is a drag. They're the most boring X-Men on the team. Rogue or Gambit would have been much more entertaining choices. This one's for hard-core fans only.