Wolverine - Adamantium Rage ENGLISH (GENESIS)


Wolverine: Adamantium Rage es un videojuego de acción de plataforma lanzado para el Sega Genesis en 1994. La versión Genesis fue publicada por 

Acclaim y desarrollada por Teeny Weeny Games. Es uno de los primeros videojuegos que cuenta con un sistema de salud de recarga , [1] aunque Wolverine ha sido capaz de recargar su salud en los juegos anteriores de X-Men .

Wolverine se muestra con una fotografía de alguien de su pasado, y expresa su deseo de venganza. A continuación, se le envía un mensaje a través de la computadora que le muestra el procedimiento que sufrió que unió adamantium a sus huesos. Es en este punto donde empieza el mismo nivel de laboratorio sin mucha explicación de por qué, o cómo Wolverine llegó allí. El manual de instrucciones dice que el mensaje de la computadora lo dirige al Laboratorio del Arma X.


El resto de los dos juegos de ver Wolverine persiguiendo a los detalles de su pasado, mientras que la reunión y la lucha contra varios villanos en el camino. Los jefes incluyen Albert , el cazador de la oscuridad, Sabretooth (falta en la versión estupenda de NES), señora Deathstrike , Cyber , Shinobi Shaw , Bloodscream y Trevor Fitzroy.
Plataformas de acción / aventura, y el jugador guía a través de grandes niveles de múltiples pisos, atacando a los enemigos o resolviendo puzzles para darle acceso a nuevas áreas. La versión Super NES requiere una cantidad fija de enemigos para ser destruida antes de la entrada a la siguiente área se concede. Ambas versiones tienen un límite de tiempo que caduca si el jugador toma demasiado tiempo, con lo que el personaje Elsie-Dee automáticamente encuentra a Wolverine y lo mata, perdiendo una de sus cinco vidas (versión Genesis). Al recibir daño, su energía se recuperará horas extras gracias a su factor de cura mutante. Los jugadores de Genesis tienen el beneficio de un temporizador de cuenta regresiva para hacerles saber lo cerca que está de Elsie Dee de encontrar a Wolverine, este temporizador se restablece en puntos de control específicos.

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Wolverine: Adamantium Rage is a platform-action video game released for both the Super NES and the Sega Genesis in 1994. The Genesis version was published by Acclaim and developed by Teeny Weeny Games, while the Super NES version had LJN as the publisher, and Bits Studios as the development studio. Both versions of the title were developed separately and differed from one another in some key areas, but their opening storyline and gameplay remain similar. It's one of the first video games to feature a recharging health system,[1] though Wolverine has been able to recharge his health in previous X-Men games. The Super NES version follows Wolverine as he receives a mysterious transmission via computer. Someone or something has information about his past and arranges for them to meet at an undisclosed location in Canada. It's here where the game's first stage begins: a laboratory teeming with armed guards and sentry robots. The Genesis version has a narrative that is a little more vague in its presentation. Wolverine is shown holding a photograph of someone from his past, and expresses his desire for revenge. He is then sent a message via computer that shows him the procedure that he underwent which bonded adamantium to his bones. It's at this point where the same laboratory level begins without much explanation as to why, or how Wolverine got there. The instruction manual says the computer message directs him to the Weapon X Laboratory. The rest of both games see Wolverine chasing down details to his past while meeting and battling several villains along the way. Bosses include Albert, The Hunter from Darkness, Sabretooth (missing in the Super NES version), Lady Deathstrike, Cyber, Shinobi Shaw, Bloodscream and Trevor Fitzroy. Both versions are action/adventure platformers, and the player guides through large multi-floored levels, attacking enemies or solving puzzles to give him access to new areas. The Super NES version requires a set amount of enemies to be destroyed before entry to the next area is granted. Both versions have a time limit that expires if the player takes too long, whereupon the character Elsie-Dee automatically finds Wolverine and kills him, wasting one of his five lives (Genesis version) or giving the player a game over (Super NES version). Both games feature a password function that enables the player to continue the game at any level. Both games give Wolverine a percentage of his available health, always starting at 100%. Upon taking damage, his energy will recover overtime thanks to his mutant healing factor. The Super NES version has this being a slower process, but Genesis players have the benefit of a countdown timer to let them know how close Elsie Dee is to finding Wolverine – this timer is reset at specific check points.

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