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X2 Wolverine Revenge PC SaveGame 100%

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X2 Wolverine Revenge (released as X-Men 2 Wolverine Revenge in Europe and Australia) is an action beat’em up video game released in 2003 for the GameCube, PlayStation 2, Xbox, Windows, and Game Boy Advance to coincide with the release date of the film X2: X-Men United, developed by British game developer GenePool

X2 Wolverine Revenge (released as X-Men 2 Wolverine’s Revenge in Europe and Australia) is an action beat’em up video game released in 2003 for the GameCube, PlayStation 2, Xbox, Windows, and Game Boy Advance to coincide with the release date of the film X2 X-Men United, developed by British game developer GenePool Software and published by Activision. The Game Boy Advance version was re-released on a Twin Pack cartridge and bundled with Spider-Man: Mysterio’s Menace in 2005.

The game was released as a promotional tie-in to X2 but featured an original story by famed comic book writer Larry Hama, and does not take place in the continuity of the film series, but had a closer resemblance to the Marvel Universe instead.

In X2 Wolverine Revenge, the player helps Wolverine’s fight his way past the heavily guarded areas of the Weapon X Facility to piece together fragmented clues to Wolverine’s murky past and to save his life. Wolverine’s has 48 hours to find an antidote to the deadly Shiva Virus circulating in his bloodstream and the clues point to the Weapon X facility, the Canadian fortress where he had his skeletal structure fused with adamantium.

A significant feature has Mark Hamill providing the voice-over for Wolverine’s in game. While Hugh Jackman’s likeness is on the cover and promotional material, the character model in game is based on the comic books. Patrick Stewart reprises his film role as Professor X in game.

The game received generally mixed reviews upon release, with reviewers praising the voice acting, especially of Hamill and Stewart, and unlockables, while criticising the slow combat, lack of mid-level checkpoints, and for being too hard and requiring too many retries.

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