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X-MEN: RAVAGES OF APOCALYPSE
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Format: PC/Quake Conversion
Publisher: WizardWorks Group
Year Release: 1998
Catagory: Action, First Person
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This game uses the Quake engine and replaces everything that Quake has. In an attempt to regain your humanity, you must battle your way through 14 levels. You have to own a copy of Quake for this game to work, it is not a working game on it's own.
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SPIDER-MAN/X-MEN: ARCADE'S REVENGE
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Format: Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis, Sega Game Gear
Publisher: LJN Ltd.
Year Release: 1992/1993
Catagory: Action, Side Scroll
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An assassin who calls himself Arcade has captured four members of the mutant superhero gang, the X-Men, and taken them to his amusement park. Unfortunately, the rides, games and attractions in this park are as deadly as the man who created them. In Spider-Man/X-Men: Arcade's Revenge, Wolverine, Cyclops, Storm and Gambit are in peril and Spider-Man must find them.
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X-MEN
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Format: Sega Genesis, Sega Mega Drive
Publisher: Sega
Year Release: 1993
Catagory: Action, Platform
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A platform action game with some side-scrolling fighting for extra kick. Choose from 4 major X-Men characters and get help from many other teammates in your fight against evil.
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WOLVERINE: ADAMANTIUM RAGE
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Format: Sega Genesis, Mega Drive
Publisher: Sega
Year Release: 1994
Catagory: Action, Platform
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The Sega Genesis/Mega Drive version had a narrative that was a little more vague in its presentation. Wolverine is shown holding a photograph of someone from his past, and expresses his desire for revenge. He is then sent a message via computer that shows him the procedure that he underwent which bonded Adamantium to his bones. It's at this point where the same laboratory level begins without much explanation as to why, or how Wolverine got there. The instruction manual says the computer message directs him to the Weapon X Laboratory. The rest of both games see Wolverine chasing down details to his past while meeting and battling several villains and arch-enemies along the way.
NOTE: Gambit is NOT a playable character. He is only in cut scenes in the game and cameos. Also, there is a SNES version by the same name, but it is a different game made by different people. I am not positive that the same cut scenes are in the SNES. I can only check the Sega version.
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X-MEN 2 - CLONE WARS
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Format: Sega Genesis
Publisher: Sega
Year Release: 1995
Catagory: Action, Platform
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In X-Men 2: Clone Wars, take control of one of six different X-Men as you battle through seven stages of X-Citing action. After the game's third level, the X-Men's chief nemesis Magneto's space station Avalon, you can even take control of the Master of Magnetism as you try to stop the seemingly unstoppable force that is the Phalanx.
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X-MEN: MUTANT APOCALYPSE
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Format: Super Nintendo
Publisher: Capcom
Year Release: 1995
Catagory: Side-Scrolling, Action
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The government of Genoshan, a small island nation, has enslaved its mutant population. Professor Charles Xavier, having discovered the true reason for the enslavement, has assembled a team of X-Men to liberate the mutants. Guide the members of the team, Cyclops, Wolverine, Beast, Gambit, and Psylocke, through 16 stages of action.
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X-MEN: GAMESMASTER LEGACY
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Format: Sega Game Gear
Publisher: Sega
Year Release: 1995
Catagory: Platform
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The Gamesmaster's Legacy is the second of three X-Men games that made their way to the Sega Game Gear during the 1990s. It showcases eight playable characters and eight levels of classic platforming action. The mysterious Gamesmaster has the cure for the Legacy virus. The X-Men must play his game to get it.
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X-MEN 3: MOJO WORLD
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Format: Sega Game Gear and Sega Master System
Publisher: Sega
Year Release: 1996
Catagory: Platform
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Mojo World is the third of three X-Men games that made their way to the Sega Game Gear during the 1990s. It showcases six playable characters and six levels of classic platforming action. For his latest publicity stunt, Mojo has snatched six of the X-Men from the past and imprisoned them in his TV show to recreate the X-Mens' greatest battles. Gambit, Cyclops, Havok, and Shard find themselves imprisoned in this deadly televised game show.
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X-MEN: MUTANT WARS
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Format: Gamboy Color and Playstation
Publisher: Activision
Year Release: 2000
Catagory: Action, Side-Scrolling
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Professor Xavier and the X-Men are trying to stop Magneto from starting a war and taking over the world. If that wasn't enough, there are evil mutants, cyborg robots, and monsters that are getting in the way. It's up to the X-Men to find out who is making trouble, creating the cyborg robots, and put an end to all this and save the world from destruction.
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X-MEN: REIGN OF APOCALYPSE
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Format: Gamboy Advance
Publisher: Activision
Year Release: 2001
Catagory: Side-Scrolling, Fighting
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On their return home from the Mojoverse, the X-Men find themselves sucked into a parallel dimension where Apocalypse is king. Now Cyclops, Storm, Wolverine, and Rogue, along with cameos by the other X-men, must battle their way deep into sentinel territory to topple Apocalypse and find their way back home. As a side-scrolling beat-'em-up, Activision's X-Men: Reign of Apocalypse isn't just an excuse to pit the X-Men against some of their closest friends. It's also direct competition for Capcom's recent release of Final Fight One.
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X-MEN VS STREET FIGHTER
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Format: Arcade, Sega Saturn, Playstation
Publisher: Capcom
Year Release: 1996/1997/1998
Catagory: Fighting
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X-Men vs. Street Fighter team up the Street Fighter characters with the X-Men in a two-on-two tag-team battle. Sticking to Capcom tradition, this game is a 2D fighting game, very similar to the Street Fighter legacy. All the art is in the japanese anime style and even spawned artbooks, CDs, and tons of Japanese collectible goods.
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MARVEL VS CAPCOM: CLASH OF THE SUPER HEROES
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Format: Arcade, Sega Dreamcast, Playstation, XBox, Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network
Publisher: Capcom
Year Release: 1998
Catagory: Fighting
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Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter is the fourth Marvel Comics-licensed fighting game produced by Capcom. It is a sequel to X-Men vs. Street Fighter which replaces most of the X-Men characters with characters from Marvel Super Heroes. In an attempt to balance the previous games' problems, the game engine was altered, although it remained aesthetically the same.
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MARVEL VS CAPCOM 2: NEW AGE OF HEROES
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Format: Arcade, Sega Dreamcast, Playstation 2, Xbox, PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Arcade, iOS
Publisher: Capcom
Year Release: 2000
Catagory: Fighting
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Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes is a fighting game, developed and published by Capcom. The game ai part of the Marvel vs. Capcom series. With this installment, Capcom simplified the controls to make the gameplay more accessible for casual players and the button configuration was trimmed down to four main buttons and two assist buttons. The game also features a different air-combo system and 3-on-3 tag, compared to the 2-on-2 tag from previous games in the series.
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MARVEL VS CAPCOM: ORIGINS
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Format: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Publisher: Capcom
Year Release: 2012
Catagory: Fighting
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Marvel vs. Capcom Origins is a fighting game in the Marvel vs. Capcom series by Capcom. It is a compilation of Marvel Super Heroes and Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes featuring upgraded visuals, online play, challenges, and unlockables.
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X-MEN: MUTANT ACADEMY
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Format: Gameboy Color, Playstation
Publisher: Activision
Year Release: 2000
Catagory: Fighting
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X-Men: Mutant Academy is a basic fighting game that uses six buttons: three buttons for punches and three for kicks. Due to the success of the game, it was followed by two sequels: X-Men: Mutant Academy 2 and X-Men: Next Dimension. The game's characters can be played both with their comic book costumes and their costumes from the 2000 film X-Men. Characters not present in the film were given costumes of a similar design.
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X-MEN: MUTANT ACADEMY 2
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Format: Playstation
Publisher: Activision
Year Release: 2001
Catagory: Fighting
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X-Men: Mutant Academy 2 is a PlayStation video game, the sequel to X-Men: Mutant Academy. Both feature the X-Men in a 3-D fighting arena similar to Mortal Kombat 4. Like its predecessor, the game allows the player to select from several heroes and villains and includes many of the signature moves from the comic. The game also includes a behind-the-scenes look at X-Men: The Movie concept sketches, costumes and other similar material.
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X-MEN: NEXT DIMENSION
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Format: Playstation 2, XBox, Game Cube
Publisher: Activision
Year Release: 2002
Catagory: Fighting
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X-Men: Next Dimension, a straightforward 3D fighting game boasts a lineup of two-dozen popular Marvel Comics characters and the voice of Patrick Stewart. The game itself, offers up a variety of different moves and letting players dish out long and damaging attack combinations.
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X-MEN LEGENDS
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Format: XBox, Playstation 2, Game Cube, N-Gage
Publisher: Activision
Year Release: 2004
Catagory: Role-Playing, Action
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X-Men Legends is an action RPG that falls into the same category as games like Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance and Champions of Norrath. The game has some RPG-style number-crunching, but most of the focus is on running around and beating the snot out of a variety of foes. You'll select a team of up to four X-Men from a roster that includes Cyclops, Wolverine, Iceman, Beast, Jean Gray, Colossus, Emma Frost, Psylocke, Jubilee, Nightcrawler, Gambit, and more. Magma will also eventually join your team, thus making her available for field missions.
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X-MEN LEGENDS II: RISE OF APOCALYPSE
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Format: PC, GameCube, PlayStation 2, Xbox, PlayStation Portable, N-Gage, mobile phone
Publisher: Activision
Year Release: 2005
Catagory: Role-Playing, Action
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X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse is an action role-playing game that is the follow up to 2004's X-Men Legends. It was first released in September 2005 for the GameCube, Microsoft Windows, N-Gage, PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable and Xbox video game platforms. It is set after the events of X-Men Legends and features the mutant supervillain Apocalypse as the primary antagonist.
HYPERSCAN: X-MEN
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Format: Mattel Hyperscan
Publisher: Mattel
Year Release: 2006
Catagory: Fighting/Card
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HyperScan can fairly be described as a cross between trading card games (TCGs) and video games. It's the first game system to use RFID technology. The HyperScan console allows players to scan RFID-imbedded cards and then play a video game based on the information in those cards. The winner of that video game could then scan his card again and that card could be granted new powers. It's sorta like playing with credit cards and getting bonuses if you win making your balance that much higher on the card. Hyperscan was discontinued after less than a year and was voted one of the worst game systems ever made.
X-MEN ORIGINS: WOLVERINE (UNCAGED)
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Format: XBox 360, Nintendo Wii, Playstation 2, Playstation 3, PSP, Nintendo DS, Windows Vista/XP
Publisher: Activision/Blizzard
Year Release: 2009
Catagory: Action-Adventure
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X-Men Origins: Wolverine is an open land based action-adventure game that spans different time periods and locations of Wolverine's life. From Civil War to Weapon X to the Present. The game comes in two different versions: the original and the Uncaged Edition. The Uncaged Edition is more violent and very gore and blood filled. It is rated M and you must be 18 to purchase. Phil LaMarr, who does Gambit's voice in the Wolverine & X-Men cartoon, also does the voice in this game.
MARVEL ULTIMATE ALLIANCE
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Format: Game Boy Advance, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Wii, Xbox, Xbox 360
Publisher: Activision
Year Release: 2006
Catagory: RPG/Action-Adventure
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MUA is set within the fictional Marvel Universe and features many of the superheroes, supervillains, and supporting characters that appear in publications by Marvel Comics. Ultimate Alliance is the third Marvel title to be developed by Raven Software, and features similar gameplay to their previous Marvel titles, X-Men Legends and X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse.
NOTE: Gambit is NOT a playable character in this game. He only appears in the Doomsday cut scene as a "dead" body on the floor (shown below).
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MARVEL ULTIMATE ALLIANCE 2
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Format: Nintendo DS, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Wii, Xbox 360
Publisher: Activision
Year Release: 2009
Catagory: RPG/Action-Adventure
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Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 follows the same gameplay as its predecessor. The game allows players to choose four characters to play through the game. Players have the ability to level up characters and earn new abilities and powers. Vicarious Visions have made changes in the game and camera controls for greater fluidity during gameplay. The power combo system has been improved as two combined powers will yield a new attack, known as a "fusion".
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X-MEN DESTINY
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Format: Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox 360
Publisher: Activision
Year Release: 2011
Catagory: RPG/Action-Adventure
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In X-Men: Destiny, players will be put in the role of a new mutant who joins the X-Men; they will have to make choices to decide the ultimate destiny of their character. X-Men: Destiny is placing an emphasis on "choice" as its main focus, as opposed to a more traditional linear type of gameplay.
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MARVEL SUPER HERO SQUAD ONLINE
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Format: Online, iPhone
Publisher: Gazillion Entertainment
Year Release: 2011
Catagory: MMOG
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Marvel Superhero Squad Online is an online game, played through Marvel.com that allows players to collect heroes to form their own Squad. They are able to choose a hero from their Squad to play in a number of games and activities. As they play, the heroes increase not only their power in combat, but unlock animated emotes for use in the social game world zones. Gambit is a playable character in the game.
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MARVEL: AVENGERS ALLIANCE
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Format: Online, Facebook
Publisher: Playdom
Year Release: 2012
Catagory: MMOG
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Marvel: Avengers Alliance is a turn-based social network game developed by Playdom in 2012. It is based on characters and storylines published by Marvel Comics. The game is available as an Adobe Flash application via the social-networking website Facebook, and via Playdom's official website. It officially launched in Facebook at March 1, 2012. It was initially released as promotion for the 2012 Marvel Studios crossover film The Avengers.
LEGO MARVEL: SUPER HEROES
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Format: WiiU, XBox360/Live, PS3, PSVita, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo DS, PC Games
Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Year Release: 2013
Catagory: Action
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Marvel brings classic Marvel characters to life in fun, family-friendly LEGO form. It debuts an original storyline featuring Nick Fury, who enlists the help of Iron Man, the Hulk, Thor, Spider-Man, Wolverine, and other Marvel heroes, to help save the Earth from Loki and Galactus, the Devourer of the Worlds. Players will take on the mission to save the world and explore famous landmarks in LEGO New York and other iconic locations throughout the Marvel Universe. Unlock over 100 characters including Captain America, Thor, Black Widow, Hawkeye, Deadpool, Loki, and even Galactus.
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DEADPOOL
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Format: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Publisher: Activision
Year Release: 2013
Catagory: Action
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Deadpool is an action beat 'em up video game based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. Former Deadpool comic writer Daniel Way created the game's plot, and Nolan North voiced the character. The game received mixed to positive reviews, with plot elements commonly praised and gameplay elements found lacking.
NOTE: Gambit is NOT a playable character in the game. He is a DJ in a club/party scene, and exploding clones of Gambit, created by Sinister, appear as an enemy in a level. (Both shown below.)
MARVEL HEROES
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Format: Microsoft Windows, OS X
Publisher: Gazillion Entertainment
Year Release: 2013
Catagory: Multi-Player, Action, RPG
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Marvel Heroes is a free-to-play massively multiplayer online action role-playing video game developed by Gazillion Entertainment and Secret Identity Studios. Characters such as Iron Man, Captain America, Deadpool and Wolverine serve as characters that players can unlock in the game. The lead writer of the game is Brian Michael Bendis, who has written a number of major Marvel Comics. The plot revolves around villains, with the main antagonist as Doctor Doom, and heroes in various conflicts.
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