Gamer 2.0 writes: "There's an odd phenomena spreading throughout the gaming industry at the moment. For years – decades even – games based on licensed properties ranging from films to comic books were dreadful. In recent years game development has become more expensive and profit margins have slimmed, yet rather than see studios put out half-baked, soulless titles that would sell regardless of their quality, we've seen a lot of solid licensed games. Wanted, The Bourne Conspiracy, and Wolverine Origins were all damn fine games. Not world-beaters, game-changers, or even terribly original experiences, but at least entertaining fan service rather than simply fan service for the sake of itself."