This game, a tie-in app of the Disney movie starring Wolverine (you know), should be considered either a distant cousin of boxing games or a 2D fighting game with a rather poor performance. Having said so, however, you can fall prey of this game charm, because there are big robots with gooey names who can make combos and finishing moves, and these three things can be pretty alluring. Regrettably, gameplay is slow and swamped, even annoying when a fight gets to its climax. Touch response hates you, so combats consist in blocking and attack hoping that button will do what it should do; or mash your screen to the death.
Graphics are OK, but don't expect to drool or jump for joy. In fact, this wouldn't have been a so low-scored game if it didn't come backed by such a blockbuster movie and a such prestigious developer as reliance games.
This is the "complete" version of the game, necessary to play solo and enjoy the campaign mode and all the missing stuff you can't enjoy in the "friends" version.
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by Peter , Appszoom
Aug 14, 2013