User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.
The intro cinematic and chapter one tell the story of Logan's escape from the Weapon X program.
Some of the splash pages make nice wallpaper.
Wolverine's attacks come with a nice variety of shiny claw trails.
In addition to shredding people, Wolverine's claws can also shred chain link fence.
"Senses" mode lets Wolverine track footprints and scent clouds.
"Senses" mode also lets Wolverine see opportunities for "stealth strikes".
Other X-men make cameos in cut-scenes but not as part of gameplay.
Marvel purists will have to let a few things slide, like Wendigo being able to kill Wolverine with a single swipe.
Hidden comic books let Wolverine don different costumes...
... and hidden files for Cerebro open access to character biographies narrated by Patrick Stewart.
Things get blurry when Wolverine enters a feral rage.
It wouldn't be a Wolverine game without a showdown with Sabertooth.
PC gamers, are you jealous of the goofy camera relative control schemes used by most console games? If so, then this is the game for you!
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