Licensed games are often bad, and when they’re little more than a collection of mini games, they can quickly lose whatever charm their license held. Incredible Crash Dummies is a perfect example of a licensed title that offers only brief entertainment and becomes too repetitive too quickly. What’s there is not actually bad; it’s just that there’s just not enough of it.
Tag: Teeny Weeny Games
For more than 30 years, Marvel’s Wolverine has been among comic’s most popular heroes, and as with most popular do-gooders (just ask Batman and Superman), video games has not treated him too kindly. From the NES LJN nightmare to his lackluster outing in Wolverine’s Revenge, it seems that only recently, with the excellent X-Men Origins: Wolverine game, that the industry finally got it right. Somewhere in all that mess lies Wolvie’s only solo Genesis outing, Wolverine: Adamantium Rage, a title that suffers from unintuitive control and some questionable difficulty. Still itchin’ for a scrap after that description? Then read our full review for all the flamin’ details, bub.