X2: Wolverine's Revenge Ad Blurbs (Windows)
Uncover the past of Wolverine™, the most dangerous X-Men™ mutant in X-Men 2: Wolverine's Revenge™. Implanted with a deadly virus, you must use stealth and mutant powers to figure out your past and find the cure before time runs out. You're Wolverine, and this is the adventure of your life!
Contributed by havoc of smeg (22328) on Oct 12, 2010.
The adamantium laced Mr. Furious of the X-Men heads out on his own to seek a cure for a disease that may just kill him
- Call upon all of Wolverine's abilities - Healing factor, adamantium skeleton, retractable claws and feral senses
- Careful balance of deadly combat and stealthy suspense
- Featuring Logan's X-friends - Beast, Colossus and Prof. X - and X-villains - Sabertooth, Wendigo, Juggernaut, Omega Red and Magneto
- Professor X voiced by Patrick Stewart, Logan voiced by Mark Hamill
He's the most popular Canadian since Celine Dion (high praise indeed), has his own on-going, solo comic and has ladies fainting away at Hugh Jackman's cinematic portrayal of him. Logan, AKA Wolverine, is one of the longest serving X-Men and a perennial favourite amongst comic readers and film-goers alike, so it should come as little surprise that he has now got his own PS2 title. X-Men: Wolverine's Revenge follows the side-burned one from his creation as Weapon X in the 1960's through to the present day. Here he realises his nefarious Canadian creators have built in to his DNA a fail-safe disease should he go AWOL, and guess what? Time is running out. So it's off to the world of mounties and Maple syrup as Logan searches for a cure and maybe just a little payback.
The game is a popular blend of third-person, combat-heavy adventure and stealth 'em up. As a powerful mutant, you can call upon all your superpowers to help you cut through the opposition. Firstly, your healing factor allows you to regenerate all damage over time as long as your claws are sheathed. Talking of claws, these can be 'popped' at any point, allowing you to slice through guards, fences and doors in a series of razor-sharp combos. And lastly your feral senses come in very handy should you need to track or forewarn yourself of enemies.
Your mutant senses are the most unique feature of Wolverine's Revenge. A swift button press allows Logan to focus his keen abilities of sight and smell to see things normal humans cannot. Indication of guards' passing is evidenced by the heat of their footprints and hidden enemies can be literally sniffed out as you can 'see' their scent on the breeze. Utilise your sneaking stealth abilities - wall creep, crouched walk, etc. - to approach unseen and remove the threat via a suitably six-bladed stealth kill.
X-fans have been crying out for an opportunity to experience - albeit virtually - Wolverine's adamantium fury for themselves. Take the popularity of the character, comics and Mr. Jackman's bare pectorals and mix in the game's feral senses, sneaky stealth and mutant mashing combat and Wolverine's Revenge starts looking pretty X-citing.
Contributed by DreinIX (9499) on Apr 17, 2008.
Releasing simultaneously with the X-Men 2 feature film, X-Men Wolverine's Revenge is the only action-adventure game that allows you to assume the role of Wolverine. A viral time-bomb that will render you lifeless in 48 hours has been implanted and the clock is ticking. The antidote needs to be found quickly--and only you can find it!
Contributed by Joshua J. Slone (4676) on Feb 26, 2006.
Releasing simultaneously with the “X-Men 2” feature film, X-Men 2 Wolverine's Revenge’ is the only action-adventure that allows players to assume the role of Wolverine.
After discovering that a deadly X-Virus has been activated within Wolverine’s body, the player has 48 hours to acquire the antidote from the evil organisation that not only gave them the disease, but also their mutation.
· Superhuman Mutant Powers – Unsheathe Wolverine’s trademark claws to shred your enemies. Withstand counterattacks using your unbreakable adamantium-bonded skeleton and accelerated healing ability.
· High Adrenaline Action and Stealth Gameplay – Players must employ advanced stealth techniques to infiltrate high-security locations. If confronted, players can perform spectacular Wolverine combat moves in epic superhero battles. But beware: almost everything around the gamer is combustible, destructible or capable of being thrown at the player.
· Dependable Allies and Malicious Foes – Good friends Beast and Colossus join the fight as the player takes on archenemies Sabertooth, Wendigo, Juggernaut, Omega Red, and Magneto. Professor Charles Xavier provides hints and clues through a telepathic link.
· Captivating Storyline – A completely original, tension-inducing storyline developed by comics legend Larry Hama featuring the voices of Mark Hamill and Patrick Stewart.
Also available on GameBoy Advance...
Contributed by Evil Ryu (65878) on Oct 05, 2005.
Exclusive Nintendo GameCube screens and movies.
Comin' at ya this spring is the double whammy of movie sequel X2 and Activision's companion game X2 Wolverine's Revenge.
Not your typical movie-based game, Wolverine's Revenge focuses on the adamantium one's history. Penned by comic-book veteran Larry Hama, whose non-X credits include Batman and all issues of Marvel's G.I. Joe series, the game begins by telescoping back to a snowbound military base in 1968. Wolverine is dosed with the mysterious Shiva virus, which is guaranteed to kill him within 48 hours unless he can find the antivirus.
The action doesn't let up through six missions and 23 levels, including battles with Juggernaut and Magneto. Mark Hamill voices Wolverine. Patrick Stewart (who's such a Tetris freak that he has a special pocket for his Game Boy sewn into his costumes), as Professor Charles Xavier, telepaths voice-over tips.
Stealth and Fighting
UK developer Genepool shakes up action-game conventions with a stealth mode and an unusual combo engine.
In stealth mode, the world takes on a yellowish cast that's comparable to the green night-vision modes in other games. Wolverine moves cautiously, tracking enemies' scent trails (indicated by green clouds) and thermal footsteps. He can detect land mines and other hidden objects. He can also creep slowly with his back to a wall, then wheel around a corner to unleash a sudden stealth strike.
When the screen flashes Strike!, press a combo of X and B buttons to execute nasty finishers. Intriguingly, Wolverine's exact moves are determined by where he's standing in relationship to his assailants.
In many areas, you can proceed by stealth or brute force, resulting in two unique game experiences.
Wolverine, Heal Thyself
By tapping Z, you extend Wolverine's adamantine claws. Retract them as soon as a fight ends, though, or else his health can't regenerate. You'll find the occasional health power-up, but self-healing is really the way to go.
Wolverine's Revenge even has an RPG-like experience building-feature. Successful stealth strikes earn you dog tags that will eventually bump up Wolverine's combat ability.
Wolverine also has a rage meter that builds as he takes hits. Eventually, you can double-tap Z to launch a super-ferocious feral rage attack.
Bonus materials include a jukebox of music tracks, a gallery of character sketches and replayable boss battles. Find comic books throughout the game to unlock other secrets, usually new Wolverine uniforms.
A terrific, fully orchestrated soundtrack -- no cheesy synthesizer music here -- relentlessly propels the action forward.
Contributed by Evil Ryu (65878) on Oct 05, 2005.
Become Wolverine with all his mutant abilities in this action adventure to unravel a mysterious global plot. Lots of encounters await with classic X-Men villians such as Sabretooth, Pyro, and Omega Red along with good guy support from Iceman, Beast, Cyclops, and Professor X. Highlights include tons of Wolverine attacks and moves, tracking levels, unlockable danger rooms, stealth strikes, bigger than life boss battles, and an unlockable superhero mode with a secret grand finale.
Contributed by Evil Ryu (65878) on Jul 10, 2005.
In a storyline exclusive to the Game Boy Advance X2 Wolverine’s Revenge, Wolverine quests to unravel his enigmatic past.
- Original storyline exclusive to the Game Boy Advance X2 Wolverine’s Revenge
- Twenty levels in eight episodes, including the Weapon X facility and the Xavier Institute
- Three difficulty settings
- Boss battles against Sabretooth, Magneto, Omega Red, Pyro and Phoenix
- Wolverine has full use of his claws and amazing strength, can climb walls and cling to ceilings
- Wolverine’s heightened senses enhance gameplay
Contributed by Xoleras (66911) on Apr 13, 2005.
When Wolverine head to the wilds of Canada to seek out the notorious Weapon X facility where the torturous adamantium bonding process took place, he is brutally ambushed by longtime foe Sabretooth. After tracking Sabretooth to the facility, Wolverine discovers that he must stop an evil mutant who has stolen the Weapon X technology in order to generate a new breed of evil super soldiers.
Title Launches Simultaneously On All Five Platforms In Time For Twentieth Century Fox's Highly Anticipated "X2: X-Men United" Feature Film Based Upon The Classic Marvel Comics' Series
Santa Monica, CA - May 2, 2003 - It's payback time! The clock is ticking and its up to gamers to uncover Wolverine's™ mysterious past in Activision, Inc.'s (Nasdaq: ATVI) X2 Wolverine's Revenge Inspired by "X2: X-Men United," the next adventure in the X-Men motion picture saga, and written by comics legend Larry Hama, X2 Wolverine's Revenge pits Wolverine's razor sharp instincts and super human abilities against familiar foes from Marvel Comics' X-Men comic book series and "X2" including Lady Deathstrike and Magneto. Currently available at North American retail outlets, X2 Wolverine's Revenge carries a suggested retail price of $49.99 for the PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system, the Xbox video game system from Microsoft and the Nintendo GameCube, and $29.99 for the PC and Game Boy Advance versions. All platforms carry a "T" (Teen - Blood, Violence - content suitable for persons ages 13 and older) rating by the ESRB and the Nintendo Game Boy Advance carries an "E" (Everyone - Violence - content suitable for persons ages 6 and older) rating by the ESRB.
"X2 Wolverine's Revenge gives X-Men fans something they've been waiting years for - an opportunity to delve further into the depths of Wolverine's mysterious past," said Larry Goldberg, executive vice president, Activision Worldwide Studios. "The game's gripping storyline and combination of stealth and action will allow everyone to experience what it means to be Wolverine."
X2 Wolverine's Revenge takes fans back to the Weapon X facility in 1968 when Wolverine's horrific skeletal adamantium bonding experiment had been performed. Players then fast forward to the present and find Wolverine in fellow X-Men comrade Beast's lab undergoing tests, when Beast and Professor X tell Wolverine that a viral time bomb has been activated in his body and he has only 48 hours to find an antidote by returning to the one place it all began - the Weapon X facility.
In his quest to save his life, Wolverine has the added challenge of encountering familiar foes such as Lady Deathstrike, Sabretooth, Wendigo, Juggernaut and Magneto. Armed only with his signature adamantium claws, superior senses, advanced stealth techniques and a variety of martial arts moves, Wolverine also enlists the aid of allies such as Colossus and Rogue as he travels across the Canadian wilderness and finds himself in and out of danger in various Department H facilities and boss battles. X2 Wolverine's Revenge also features the voices of Patrick Stewart as Professor X and Mark Hamill as Wolverine.
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Contributed by skl (1142) on Mar 09, 2004.
PREPARE TO MEET YOUR MAKERS.
Decades ago, a secret organization brainwashed you and implanted a virtually unbreakable adamantium skeleton into your body. Now, as Wolverine - the X-Men's most dangerous weapon - you've discovered you were also implanted with a deadly virus that will kill you within the next 48 hours unless the antidote is found. Your future at risk, you must return to confront your past at the sinister Weapon X facility. Time is running out. And so is your life.
Unsheathe your razor-sharp claws, unleash lethal combo attacks and use accelerated healing powers as you tear into intense action and stealth scenarios.
Enter the realm of senses, using your heightened mutant senses to see scent particles and detect heat when tracking enemies.
Face off with Sabretooth, Wendigo, Juggernaut and Magneto, while Professor X and Beast help you search for a cure.
Contributed by Corn Popper (69624) on Apr 26, 2003.