X-Men Origins: Wolverine is a 2009 American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics fictional character Wolverine. It is the fourth installment of the X-Men film series.
The storyline is based on logans past and present as it switches between the two timeframes. It shows how he ended up in the weapon x program by Stryker, which ties up the loose ends that were started in the movies Xmen, and x-men two as he doesn’t remember his past.
Luckily thanks to the game, there were individual liberties taken with some of the tearing of limbs, etc. as it would have been impossible to put into the film. And If they did, it would have changed the rating on it.
The game is graphic with some of the combat and how you kill people. Most importantly, the game is by far the best representation of wolverine’s past to date. The game plays also very similar to God of war and star wars: the force unleashed. They are mostly hacked and slash with very little in the way of problem-solving; this moves away from that formula to give you a game that has more depth. GOW does use some little puzzles, but it is at heart a hack and slash game.
Whoever doesn’t try to be anything more than what it is. A beat them ‘up, or more like a hack’ slash. You kill enemies. You gain experience points. You level up, you also could upgrade Wolverine pretty simply. You kill enemies, filling Wolverine’s Rage, which, of course, allows you to kill enemies faster. And combat? Bloody, brutal, and satisfyin’. You can hurl Wolverine’s enemies into brutal environmental kills, thrown them off ledges, rip them in two, decapitate them.
There are some puzzles most easily solved with some exploration and smart use of feral senses. There are extra costumes to be unlocked by finding figurines through some levels and then fighting another wolverine dressed in the outfit to get it.