X2: Wolverine's Revenge Reviews (Game Boy Advance)
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64 Power / big.N / N Games (May, 2003)
Die Grafik ist durchweg gelungen, besonders die Animationen sind eine Klasse für sich. Auch der Sound hat definitiv Potential, verfehlt aber knapp das Prädikat „sehr gut“. Was bleibt ist ein Jump‘n‘Run, mit dem sicher nicht nur Wolverine-Fans ihren Spaß haben werden.
GameZone (Apr 30, 2003)
While it’s relatively short and not incredibly deep, X2: Wolverine’s Revenge is a highly entertaining romp worthy of the much-loved X-Man. With gorgeous visuals and tight controls, gamers and fans will enjoy taking Wolverine through familiar surrounding and interacting with plenty of Marvel characters throughout the game. If you’re a fan of the vicious Wolverine or enjoy a thrilling action game on your Game Boy Advance, buy this one right away.
N-Zone (Jul 08, 2003)
Wolverines Rachefeldzug macht unheimlich viel Spaß! Nicht nur X-Men-Fans werden von dieser Mischung aus Action, Beat'em Up und Jump&Run begeistert sein. Zwar ist das Mutanten-Abenteuer nur in 2D, was den Spielspaß aber absolut nicht mindert. Ein paar Stages mehr hätten trotzdem nicht geschadet. Nichtsdestotrotz ein wirklich gutes Spiel!
IGN (Apr 16, 2003)
The game's not incredibly deep or difficult, but it is a good challenge for a comic book action game. It's also a great looking GBA title; characters have been rendered with several frames of animation per move, and the engine even uses the GBA's hardware capabilities to zoom in and out of the action. The stealth areas could have used a little more work, but overall the designers knew what they were doing when bringing Wolverine back to the small screen of the GBA system.
Mygamer.com (Sep 27, 2004)
Wolverine's Revenge, despite some flaws, is a good game. I have yet to have a chance to play this game on the next gen consoles, but with them excluded, this Wolverine game for GBA is the best Wolverine game to date. This game makes you feel like you are Wolverine and it deserves some recognition for that. Hopefully that Activision realizes their little mistakes in this game and will fix them in the future. It is hard to debate whether this game is worthy of a thirty-dollar purchase because it doesn't offer much in replay value. I say buy it if you are a Wolverine fan, want a semi-decent platformer, or see this game for cheap. If you don't feel the need to buy this game, then a rental is definitely in order, Bub.
Jeuxvideo.com (May 09, 2003)
Un titre assez sympathique sous certains aspects mais qui ne fait pas non plus figure d'incontournable, compte-tenu de son action répétitive et bourrine. Les fans de Serval devraient néanmoins apprécier de retrouver leur héros sur GBA.
All Game Guide (2003)
X2: Wolverine's Revenge is a by-the-numbers side-scrolling action game with linear levels, repetitive enemies, and boring combat. High points include the crisp visuals developer Vicarious Visions is known for, along with some interesting moves that include latching onto ceilings and scaling walls. While players can revisit each stage to find special Danger Room levels, these bonus segments are simple fights against a series of enemies for a chance to earn extra continues. Wolverine's Revenge ultimately offers around six to eight hours worth of slashing entertainment, which puts the title in the middle of a crowded pack of handheld action games.