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Submitted by Cyrus365 2178d ago | review

Go Gaming Giant: Wanted: Weapons of Fate Review

Go Gaming Giant writes: "Wanted. It began as a comic, was turned into a movie, and is now a video game. And Go! Gaming Giant has the definitive review.

Weapons of Fate is a sequel to the movie, happening just about five hours after (*MOVIE SPOILER*) Wesley kills Sloan (*END SPOILER*). The game follows both Wesley and his father, Cross, in their fight against villain The Immortal. Basically, The Immortal has a bullet with Wesley's name on it and both father and son try to stop him from using the bullet. Gameplay switches between Wesley and Cross, the latter featured in flashback sequences that add to the story. The game features all the over the top action and bullet curving that readers of the comic and viewers of the movie will remember, but it still lacks in a lot of other places." (PC, PS3, Wanted, Xbox 360) 6/10

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