Sadly all the buttons and menu options are fake so I can't rewind or fast forward.
Okay I admit I already knew who Wolverine is. But besides Sabretooth (who 'surprised' me in the NES Wolverine game) I have no clue who his enemies are, so I'll look them up.
Actually screw it, I'll just play the game.
I've also found out that there's no time limit, or else I would have lost already considering how long it took me to get over that damn wall.
At the end of the corridor I find a lift, and decide to see what's up.
Which probably means I have to hunt down and kill every enemy on the map doesn't it? Great.
Wolverine's attacks are all so damn painfully slow that even with his floaty jump I don't think he's in the air long enough to actually carry out the punch animation in time.
At least the enemy has the same problem I do. We're too close so neither of us can hit the other, and Wolverine's attacks are so damn slow that even if I move to a place I can hit him from, he'll just wander out of the way before my claws connect.
MUCH MUCH LATER.
And this damn music loop is driving me crazy now. It wasn't so bad at first, and it suits the character in a 90s kind of way, but there's only so much of it I can take.
MUCH MUCH MUCH LATER.
MUCH MUCH MUCH MUCH LATER.
My resolve is starting to falter, and I'm starting to feel that I'll never make it past level one. I start thinking about reading walkthroughs or checking a youtube video to find out where these last few enemies are hiding. But not quite yet.
Actually no, they're impossible to tell apart. But you know what, I'm not giving up. I am going to get through that damn door before I turn this game off.
MUCH MUCH MUCH MUCH... MUCH LATER.
Doesn't matter, I've got infinite time and recharging health. I can keep doing this for hours if necessary. Not that I particularly want to.
Unfortunately this time the computer is fighting back. It's just set off a countdown and there's 29 seconds left on the clock.
And then the damn thing wouldn't open. Because I have 6 enemies left to kill.
That's a nice looking, yet totally out of place game over screen though. I like how the letters fall down onto the reflective floor, it's a cool effect. I'll add that to my list of things I like about the game, along with... well, Wolverine's sprite is well animated and the graphics look good. So it's not ALL bad, I guess.