Wolverine vs. Wolverine: Here are five reasons why the đoạn Clip game version of X-Men Origins: Wolverine is better than the movie.

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1. Blood và Guts with a Severed Head on Top.

Within the first few seconds of booting up X-Men Origins: Wolverine, you"ll know how relentlessly gruesome this bloodbath of a Clip game is. In the game"s opening, Wolvie uses his triple-bladed Ginsus khổng lồ butcher several soldiers, stabbing one through his skull và going Jack the Ripper-stab crazy on the bellies of two others. Wolverine then gets a shotgun blast to his torso, & the camera gives us an up cđại bại look at the gaping hole in hlặng, which begins lớn fill up with flesh và muscle. Mind you, this is all within the first couple of minutes of the game. You can also behead enemies, haông chồng off their arms & legs, use your claws as a human-eating blender, and even ram your claws inkhổng lồ their chests, slicing downward và splitting them open lượt thích a fish. If you couldn"t tell, Wolverine is a Mature-rated game while hardly a drop of blood is shown in the film, which has a PG-13 rating.

4. Vastly Better Fights with Wolverine"s Enemies, including a 300-Foot-Tall Sentinel that"s Not in the Movie at all

Without spoiling the X-Men Origins: Wolverine game for anyone, let"s just say that the trùm fight against the card-throwing Cajun mutant, Gambit, is hands-down one of the most epic moments in the game. As for the fight against the two iconic characters in the film, well... it"s not memorable at all, và is actually one of the weaker action sequences in the whole flichồng. Wolverine"s insanely intense battle against a skyscraper-sized killer Sentinel in the game isn"t even in the film at all.

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2. It"s Our First Taste of What a Next-Gen God of War Game Will Feel Like.

The combat in the game definitely borrows a lot from Kratos" slew of vicious attacks, to the point where it feels lượt thích you"re playing an X-Men-skinned version of God of War as you"re ripping packs of enemies apart. And while the game fails khổng lồ reach the caliber of any game in the God of War series, from <> to <>, it should please GoW fans, making the wait for <> a bit more bearable.

5. More X-Men Lore in the trò chơi

The team behind the game has said in interviews that 90% of what you see in the film X-Men Origins: Wolverine is featured in its video game counterpart. But the events in the movie 3D less than half of what"s in the game. To put it in other words, fans of the Adamantium-clawed, raging mutant will get to experience a great giảm giá more of Wolverine"s savage adventures in the game.

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3. Not as Much Embarrassingly Stupid-Looking Weapon XI

While X-Men Origins: Wolverine wasn"t quite as horrendous as X-Men 3: The Last Stvà, I simultaneously wanted khổng lồ laugh & vomit when Weapon XI appeared on the screen. His face is supposed to lớn be surgically sealed shut, but it just looks silly and nhái. He also looks like someone took a sharpie to his bare chest & drew a bunch of lines all over hlặng. To top it all off, he"s played by Ryan Reynolds when he"s still Deadpool, who"s one notch below Ashton Kutcher on the doubịt meter. Thankfully, his presence in the game is toned down a whole bunch.