X-Men (1993)

Video Game  |  Action, Adventure, Fantasy  |  1993 (USA)
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A Sega Genesis-exclusive game based on the very popular comic hero team.


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Credited cast:
Emma Frost (voice) (as Melissa Anderson)
Cyclops (voice)
Jean Grey (voice)
David Hemblen ...
Magneto (voice)
Gambit (voice)
Storm (voice)
Mystique (voice)
Rogue (voice)


Professor X's Danger Room is a training facility that can fully re-create environments in which the X-Men can practice their powers. It's kind of like the holodeck on Star Trek. One day, the danger room starts to go crazy, and randomly loading up dangerous simulations. It turns out Magneto has loaded a virus into the Danger Room's computer, and now the X-Men have to stop it. Written by Shawn Watson

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A limited edition of the game came with a free poster of the cover art with cheats and maps on the reverse side. See more »


Followed by X-Men 2: Clone Wars (1995) See more »

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Great start for the X-Men game series
30 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a great X-Men game to start with. I would have to say that Nightcrawler and Wolverine are the best characters.

First, you go through the Savage Land, a place where savage tribes are out to get you with spears and fists. Sauron, Juggernaut, and Zalande make appearances.

Next, you go through the Shi'Ar Empire, where the guards are being controlled by Lilandra's evil sister, Deathbird. The guards have been told to destroy any X-Men that intrude the Shi'Ar Empire. Deathbird and Lilandra make appearances.

Then, you go back through the Savage land where countless beasts are waiting to fight. You go through the Xcalibre Lighthouse to find "ghosts" of your fellow X-Men, and even you! Sabretooth, Juggernaut, and Apocalypse make appearances.

Next, you go through a mutant racist environment where Sentinels, and Ahab rule. This level is very challenging at first. Ahab, and the Sentinels make appearances.

Then, you go through the last few minutes of time where Mojo awaits your arrival.

You must reset the computer to find your next mission.

Last, you go through Magneto's moon base to find what he has in store for you. Magneto is the last mutant to appear.

Great game with an amazing story!

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