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Wolverine makes a definite bid to join Spidey as one of the few successful comic-to-cart translations, but be prepared for a challenge of heroic proportions.
There are much better titles out there on the NES, but the deciding factor between this and your average platformer is obviously going to be whether you feel like wielding a pair of Adamantium claws instead of a gun or your fists.
This game was far from fun and without Game Genie I probably would have kicked in the TV screen or broken the controller. As I nurse a huge indented blister on my right thumb I now have a better appreciation of how far games of come in both look and control. I also now know what it means to keep that raging animal inside locked away.
a well-designed game, not too faithful to the Wolverine character,
and not very fun.
Wolverine is nothing less than the painful neuter of one of comic book’s most timeless superheroes.