This game is a complete waste, even for X-Men completists.
I bought “X-Men” for the Sega Genesis as I was a die-hard fan of the comic book, and was immediately disappointed. Only a few X-Men were playable; others would arrive if summoned to attack the enemy ...
An excellent early entry in the comic book - videogame genre.
Xmen for the Sega Genesis is an excellant title which, in my opinion, deserves a place in XBLA. Sabotage in the X-men's mansion leaves Wolverine, Gambit, Storm, Cyclops and Nightcrawler trapped...
This was the first X-men Game that ROCKED!!!!!!
This was the game that made me want more X-men games. Believe me this game rocked. It's a classic side scrolling game with great graphics (for its time) and a great selection of characters. The story ...
X-men has always been a marvel favorite and this game is no different. Wolverine is the best of all and soon you'll know
X-men has always been a marvel favorite and this game is no different. Wolverine is the best of all and soon you'll know why. This is the first of many X-men games to come. Everything you could ever w...
X-Men on the Sega Genesis is deep, immersive, and easily one of the best comic-based games ever produced.
In my opinion, when it comes to most things, the X-Men get screwed over. A ridiculous of X-men games have sucked, the movies aren't really X-Men, and the animated series "X-Men Evolution" wasn't up t...
Forgettable old school fun except for that one. amazing. moment.
A retro treat that should make you want to hook up with old friends, drink too much pop, eat sweets and remember a time of summer days when spending countless hours playing the same level over and ove...
A classic in my book
I'd label this one of my favorite video games on the Sega Genesis console. I would rent it every single day at Hollywood and keep it longer than I was supposed to because it was super addictive. X-Men...