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Doom Troopers - The Mutant Chronicles
Based on the popular role-playing and card game, Doom Troopers casts you as a fearless commando who's been...
Jim Lee's Wild C.A.T.S - Covert Action Teams
Based on the Marvel comic book series, X-Men pits everyone's favorite team of superheroic mutants against the villainy of Magneto.
X-Men Gamemaster's Legacy
X-Men - Mojo World
X-Men 2 - Clone Wars
Wolverine, Cyclops, Gambit, Beast, Nightcrawler, Psylocke, and the rest of the X-Men return in this second installment of the ongoing war of mutants.
X-Men Children Of The Atom
Once again Capcom churns out another fighting game. However, this time it's not Ryu or Ken but popular characters from the X-Men comic books!
X-Men Vs Street Fighter
X-Men vs. Street Fighter is expected to grab home players' attention as much as its premiere form did this past year in the arcade.
X-Men: Reign of Apocalypse
X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse
The X-Men must rescue mutants from captivity in the Genosha island complex.
X-Men: The Official Game
Sometimes inept in its design, X-Men none the less delivered a unique design. Three separate games are combined into one, letting you jump from playing Iceman to Wolvering to Nightcrawler.
Instead of relying on the single button mash play style that's dominated games like this, instead you've got two separate attacks and a series of button combos that you can use to deal out some major damage.
Xmen Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse
Like many fans of Xmen Legends, I wasn't ready for the game to end.
Aquaman Battle For Atlantis
X-Men: Next Dimension
Although the gaps aren't severe, some are moderate and associated mainly with the gameplay.
X-Men: Mutant Academy
The X-Men. From comic books to the big screen, these larger than life heroes have been a part of our popular culture for nearly 40 years.
In this action/adventure game, Wolverine's hunting for clues to his past. Battle supervillains like Shinobi Shaw and Lady Deathstrike.
X-Men: Wolverine's Rage
That's not to say it's not executed well, because it all works out just fine, but it can be a chore to slog through the missions since they do suffer from repetition and stagnant level design.
X-Men II: The Fall of the Mutants
X-Men: Ravages of Apocalypse
X-Men: Mutant Wars
X-Men Legends 2: Rise of Apocalypse
X-Men Origins: Wolverine