Against my better judgment, I played X-Men: Wolverine’s Rage for the Game Boy Color. And boy, was it a waste of time.
X-Men: The Official Game on GBA was developed by WayForward Technologies (Shantae) so let’s see how they did with a licensed game.
Arcade’s Revenge is another game with an all-star cast for the SNES. Will a game based on Spider-Man and the X-Men be good? Let’s find out!
I almost skipped over X-Men: Mojo World without attempting to play it. Let me talk about why I’m glad that I didn’t.
X-Men is another video game title that I played in the past. I thought this game was overrated though. Will my opinion of it change now?
Video games based on Wolverine haven’t been good. Let’s see if X2: Wolverine’s Revenge for the Game Boy Advance can break the curse.
X-Men 2: Clone Wars is lauded by many as one of the best titles to be released for the Sega Genesis. How good is this game? Let’s find out!
Capcom tried their hand at an X-Men action game with X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse. How well did they do? Let’s talk about the game today!
X-Men: Mutant Wars is the second attempt at making an X-Men game for the Game Boy Color. Will this be a better game? Let’s talk about it!
Wolverine is usually a playable character in X-Men games. How will he do in his own video game? Let’s play Wolverine on NES to find out!
X-Men: Mutant Academy is a fighting game for the Game Boy Color based on the X-Men. How well does it hold up today? Read on to find out.
Here’s a look back at the games I enjoyed playing several years ago. Today let’s talk about X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse for the Nintendo Gamecube.