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10 Video Games Better Than The Movie They're Based On

The Uncaged Edition of Wolverine wound up doing far more justice to Marvel's metal-boned mutant than the movie did. With bloody, limb severing savagery throughout, Wolvie's berserker antics are liberated thanks to the 18 rating. While the game play becomes slightly repetitive at times, most of it whizzes by at a breakneck pace in stark contrast to the clumsy, inconsistent tone of the movie.

Its hack and slash style is reminiscent of the God of War franchise, something that fits Mr Howlett perfectly. Hugh Jackman provides a rock solid voice performance for the character and some of the boss fights (namely that insane Sentinel thing) are thrilling to play through.

For diehard fans of the cigar chomping Canadian, there's plentiful easter eggs, references and unlockables from the character's long and storied history in the comics.

The only gargantuan problem with this one is the faithfulness to the movie. The awful character designs are on full display throughout with the Blob looking especially off-putting and that mouthless Deadpool thing being just plain unforgivable. The storyline ultimately goes off for the same reason making it a shame that similar games weren't made of the considerably better Wolverine solo films that followed.