Gamecentraal writes: "Wanted: Weapons of Fate takes five hours after the events from the movie Wanted. This film was nominated for two Oscars and received relatively good reviews, but unfortunately games with a movie license aren't rarely toppers. If that is with Wanted: Weapns of Fate otherwise, you read it over a few seconds. Have you not seen the movie, then that is no barrier. Occasionally, despite the movie, but through flashbacks you all know the story of the game. You are viewing the most from the point of Wesley Gibson, the son of Cross."