Can Wolverine Break the Movie License Curse?

NextGen Player writes:

"And so it begins. Tomorrow we see the release of the long-awaited X-Men Origins: Wolverine to the big screen. Hitting stores shelves the same day will be the video game tie-in of the same name, available for the Xbox 360 and PS3.

I am suitably hyped for the film component of this cross-media marketing blitz. Despite the tepid reviews, my love for comic book movies and for Wolverine specifically ensures the question of my ticket purchase is a foregone conclusion. A star vehicle for our favourite mutton-chopped, mutant canuck as been teased for years. What self-respecting movie and comic book nerd wouldn't be excited? But the big question as it pertains to the writers of this blog and to all of you reading is just how good of a movie game will this be?"

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morganfell3514d ago (Edited 3514d ago )

The curse has already been broken. Regardless of how it is viewed today, Escape from Butcher Bay broke the curse years ago.

DrRobotnik3514d ago (Edited 3514d ago )

When did the curse start?...oh wait, I know. E.T. on Atari.

onijutsu3514d ago

from the gameplay vids i have seen on youtube this looks pretty terrible imo.