X-Men Origins: Wolverine Previews - DS

Game Description:Explore the history of one of your favorite X-Men heroes firsthand! Take control of the claws, the temper, and all the power of Wolverine as you fight your way through a revealing storyline. Use light and heavy attacks, grabs, and your powerful pounce move. Time your attacks just right and pull off satisfying finishing moves that cut your enemies to ribbons. Increase your power and number of available moves as you fight. Wolverine's enhanced senses will help you locate special areas, show you where to go next, and even uncover cloaked or hidden enemies. So pop those claws and get ready to tear it up!
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X-Men Origins: Wolverine Previews

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    Preview: X-Men Origins: Wolverine


    In this X-Play Preview, Dan Vondrak, Project Lead for the new multiplatform title 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine', gives us a glimpse of the game's storyline, timing mechanics and combat sequences.

    Posted: Apr 13, 2009 | 4,809 Views | 02:47 | 6 Comments

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    X-Play Preview: X-Men Origins: Wolverine


    Blair Herter previews the new game 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine'. Dan Vondrak from Raven Software talks about the game's movie tie-in and development process.

    Posted: Mar 19, 2009 | 18,574 Views | 02:22 | 11 Comments

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