This is the second in a series of posts labeled "Hindsight" that discuss games you may have thought we were done writing about. Last time: Godfather II The Game. This time: X-Men Origins: Wolverine.
Well... The reason is probably that no publisher thought Japanese gamers would buy it. Another is that the title's violence might have problems with the censors.
Raven Software, developers of recently released Wolfenstein and soon to be released Singluarlity, let 30 to 35 go from their Wisconsin studios, sources tell Kotaku.
There's a new Wolverine movie in theaters, which means it's time for another developer to take a stab at Marvel's stabbiest super-hero with X-Men Origins: Wolverine.
Some are already calling the Wolverine video game better than the Wolverine movie. Hey, actor Hugh Jackman is impressed with the game, too.
Friday, Fahey dug up a screenshot of X-Men Origins: Wolverine's homage to Warcraft. A reader sent us a screengrab of another crossover marvel, one of two mentioned in the game's achievement list. Obligatory spoiler alert.
In a bit of marketing that could theoretically bite someone at Activision in the ass, the company is promoting X-Men Origins: Wolverine in the UK by backing giant weasel mating.
In the frozen wastes surrounding the Akali Lake Weapon X facility, Wolverine stumbles upon an artifact of untold power from another world...of Warcraft.
The latest developer diary video for X-Men Origins: Wolverine is a dirty, no-good secret snikt-tease.
While the second behind-the-scenes clips for X-Men Origins: Wolverine does include some nifty bits about sound design and camera work, for the most part it's just the team at Raven using complimentary adjectives.
X-Men Origins: Wolverine is not a movie game.
Activision unleashes the first behind-the-scenes video for X-Men Origins: Wolverine is definitely the best at what it does: proving that the developers at Raven are a bunch of drooling Wolverine fanboys.
In this X-Men Origins: Wolverine trailer we get a short glimpse of some pretty amazing-looking gameplay for the upcoming title. The Raven Software game is due out May 1.
Activision's Comic-Con booth was not only filled with gaming goodness, but they also allowed fans a chance to be "in" two of their upcoming titles.
Has as good stand-alone Wolverine game finally been made? I tried out an early hands-on demo tonight of X-Men Origins: Wolverine at Activision's pre-New York Comic Con press event to find out.
Who needs screen shots when you have 3D SCREENSHOTS! X-Men Origins: Wolverine, is apparently so cool it can't fit into just two Ds, so Activision dropped this interactive screenshot on us. Super-cool 3D effect aside, this really doesn't give me much to see in the way of the game.
The new Wolverine game was always going to be a brawler. A fighter. That's what Wolverine does, he brawls, he fights. But what kind of brawler? What kind of fighter? Developers Raven have opened up.