Logan goes in search of clues to his past and involvement with the Weapon X program in Canada with the help of his friends from the Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters and facing off ... See full summary »

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Wolverine (voice)
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Carol Hines / Rogue (voice)
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The Professor / Hard Guy / Cornelius (voice)
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Beast (voice)
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Mr. Sinister / Apocalypse / Soldier / Policeman (voice) (as Chris Smith)
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Logan goes in search of clues to his past and involvement with the Weapon X program in Canada with the help of his friends from the Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters and facing off against various opponents. He also flashes back to events from the 1960's. Written by Lee Jamilkowski

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16 April 2003 (USA)  »

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X-Men 2: La venganza de Lobezno  »

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Even though Hugh Jackman is featured on the game's box art he did not provide the voice for Wolverine, nor was his likeness used for the character's model. Instead Wolverine is voiced by Mark Hamill, and is modeled after the character's appearance from the comics. See more »

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Sabretooth: [during a battle with Wolverine] Seeing red yet runt?
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Version of X-Men: Mutant Wars (2000) See more »

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A lot better than recent X games
19 May 2003 | by (NYC) – See all my reviews

I liked this game...it wasn't great, but definetly worth a renting or two. Considering the last bunch of X games have been fighting games it was cool to finally get a real story game.

People have been mislead from the commercials and that sucks. I dont agree with how they advertised the game. Even calling it X2 in the title threw a lot of people off. On the whole the game is good. You can do some cool stuff in it and have some cool fight sequences. Its definetly more of a renting game than buying game.


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