Taking place after the events of the movie Wanted, Wanted: Weapons of Fate places Wesley the protagonist from the movie on a quest to hunt and kill a man known only as The Immortal and anyone who stands in his way.

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Wesley Gibson (voice)
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Cross (voice)
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The Immortal (voice)
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Sloan (voice)
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Pekwarsky (voice)
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Brummel (voice)
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Araña (voice)
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The Russian (voice)
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Alyse (voice)
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French Grunt / Chicago Grunt (voice)
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Taking place after the events of the movie Wanted, Wanted: Weapons of Fate places Wesley the protagonist from the movie on a quest to hunt and kill a man known only as The Immortal and anyone who stands in his way.

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Trained assassin. Born killer.

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Action

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M | See all certifications »

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Trivia

There's two people who are easter egg kills, the firSt one is Wesley's girlfriend. She is in the first act looking out the window. The second is janice, Wesley's boss. she's in act four in one of the cubicles upstairs. if you shoot wesley's girlfriend, the xbox achievement "half the man barry is", which is a quote she says to wesley in the movie, and when you shoot janice the achievement is "kill one, save a thousand doughnuts" See more »

Connections

Featured in Troldspejlet: Episode #41.15 (2009) See more »

Soundtracks

The Little Things (UNKLE Surrender Sounds Session 13)
Written and Performed by Danny Elfman
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Don't Waste Your Time or Money
6 December 2009 | by (kerry,Ireland) – See all my reviews

I played the PC Version of this game, runs fine however terrible control sensitivity makes the game unplayable.Before even playing the game I wanted to test different resolutions on my PC to see what would look good but the mouse controls in the options screen are just as erratic as the game controls. Even if the controls were in order its still a terrible game and not worth paying for or wasting time playing.I actually chose this over world in conflict,this cost fifteen euro and world in conflict cost twenty including expansion but foolishly I made the wrong decision.In case you're wondering I'm not biased about the game as I really enjoyed the movie which was what prompted me to choose this title in the first place.


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