210w ago - Today Activision's Bianca Harzbecker shared news that the X-Men Origins: Wolverine demo and iPhone Application are now available, complete with exclusive PS3 content, as follows:
Hey everyone! If you've yet to check out X-Men Origins: Wolverine, the PS3 demo is now available via the PlayStation Network, so download it today!
And, a new iPhone Application has released for X-Men Origins: Wolverine The Game, and for PS3 owners, there's plenty reason to get excited.
On every PS3 Back of Box, shoppers will notice a 3-slash 'icon' beside the game description. Using the new iPhone App, entitled "Feral Sense," users can utilize a new photo recognition technology to snap a photo of the icon to unlock 3D screenshots, trailers, wallpapers and more exclusive content directly on their iPhones.
Not only that, PlayStation.Blog is the exclusive home to another of the Wolverine App's unlockable icons. Once you've downloaded the "Feral Sense" App from the iTunes Store, click the icon you see below and then capture the icon. You will gain instant access to even more content, compliments of PlayStation.Blog!
Visit Uncaged.com, where you can learn more on how the application works,...
211w ago - X-Men Origins: Wolverine - Uncaged Edition Review by Shummyr:
Name of Game: X-Men Origins: Wolverine - Uncaged Edition
Release Date: 5-1-2009
Genre: Action and Adventure
Buy/Don't: No (But makes a good weekend rental)
Overall Rating: 5.0 out of 10.00
Platforms: XBox 360, PS3, Wii, DS, PSP and PC
This is a simple hack-and-slash game... it will take about 20 hours to complete. The camera is fluid but can be a tad bit jerky at times, other than that it's good.
The story is somewhat shallow and the flashbacks are frequent. The controls, however, are very well placed and easy to remember.
X-Men Origins: Wolverine (Uncaged Edition) presents an excellent amount of challenges, and the achievements are strategically placed so that unlocking them coincides with relevant parts of the storyline.
It's also very neat how you can unlock old costumes and play with the classic costumes.
This game reminds me a lot of Wolverine's Revenge.. very similar if not a remake, with updated graphics and a new storyline.
The reason I would not buy this game instead of renting it is because I'm not a big fan of hack-and-slash genre (it's...
212w ago - Today PlayStation Home Online Community Specialist Locust_Star announced news that an exclusive Wolverine trailer clip has made its way to Sony's PlayStation Home, to quote:
Locust_Star here just dropping you cats a quick line to hip you to some cool going-ons scheduled to occur in PlayStation Home over the next couple days.
See, we pulled some strings and got our hands on an exclusive clip from the eagerly-anticipated new X-Men Origins: Wolverine film, and we're putting it up in our Theater come this evening at 8:00pm Pacific Time.
You heard me right - the only place to see this sneak peek is in PlayStation Home, so make sure you log-in and peep this footage a week before it hits the streets. Stuff is hot, for sure.
219w ago - Raven Software's X-Men Project Lead Dan Vondrak shared the first X-Men Origins: Wolverine PS3 gameplay trailer today via PS Blog and also detailed a live chat session tomorrow, to quote:
I'm the Project Lead on X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Though tomorrow is a BIG day - we get to chat here in the Blog's fourth live chat - today is an even bigger one: I'm stoked to announce that the FIRST gameplay trailer for Wolverine has been released, and viewable below!
Check out the Wolverine game you heard about at New York Comic-Con - the most brutal, most bad-ass portrayal of everyone's favorite X-Man.
Skydiving into his foes, taking impossible risks, using regeneration and feral sense in the way only Wolvey can...the entire team at Raven has focused on one thing above all: true-to-character authenticity. Whether or not you're a comic fan, that translates into epic gameplay.
Alright dudes - hope you enjoyed the game's trailer "Uncaged". I'll be around tomorrow at noon where you can ask me about the game, what you saw in the trailer, and even more importantly, what you didn't. Trust me when I say...
223w ago - Welcome to X-Men Origins: Wolverine. One could talk about the various nuances of its gameplay, but overwhelmingly only one aspect of the game truly stands out: it's violent. Really, really violent.
The insatiable rage of Wolverine reminds us quite a bit of another angry video game protagonist: God of War's Kratos. But the similarities between these two games don't end there.
The combat is very reminiscent of Sony's game; many of the moves and combos in the game look quite similar. One particular move - a spin attack - has a very obvious counterpart in Sony's game.
Wolverine has access to a number of brutal grabs and finishing moves. Just like the Spartan warrior, he'll rip enemies in half, tear off their limbs, and skewer them on various sharp objects in the environment. God of War is a great model to follow, but Wolverine manages to feel even more visceral.
Take, for example, the representation of Wolverine's health. His character model reflects all the damage he's taken. If he gets shot, you'll see a bullet in his body. If he gets cut, you'll see a giant gash. After a furious firefight, you can see clear into his body, with exposed organs and bone. It's rather gruesome, but it really emphasizes Wolverine's incredible ability to regenerate. You'll see his body heal in...