They're Super Heroes. Willing to face incredible dangers to keep mankind safe. But they are anything but human. They are...Marvel Comics' X-Men. Sega has taken these Marvel Super Heroes and brought them to life in a high-powered action-packed game as wild as the comic book pages where they were born. X-Men impacts your Genesis with bold graphics, a wild soundtrack and top-rate game play.
The X-Men pits the Super Hero mutants against their archenemy, Magneto. He's teleported a killer computer virus from his asteroid hideout into the X-Men's Danger Room-where the X-Men train to hone their superhuman skills. But now each training session has become a matter of life and death. There is no escape. No retreat. And no surrender. The only way to beat Magneto's threat is to survive all the training sessions and cure the Danger Room computer of Magneto's virus.
The assault force consists of Gambit, Nightcrawler, Wolverine and Cyclops. You can begin the game as any one of these X-Men—with their own special power, or play any two X-Men characters in a two-player game. During the course of play you can switch your hero for another of the four, or call on other X-Men to give you backup assistance with their superpowers.
The game features three skill levels and power-ups you can find in the course of play. Power-ups include Life meter, Mutant Power meter and replacement Backup Assist Icons. The X-Men is the perfect title for hardcore action gamers and anyone training to become a Super Hero.
Help When You Need It
In addition to changing out heroes when you are running low on eneigy, you can call on other X-Men to lend you a Backup Assist. Your backup team consists of Rogue, Archangel, Storm, Iceman and (in a two-player game only) Jean Grey. Call up their powers by pressing the Pause Button. Select the character you wish to assist you and then press Button A when you are back in the game.
PC compatible, P-100
Systems: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game features:Single game mode Multiplayer (Hotseat)
X-Men is an arcade game developed by Konami and published in 1992. The game is a side-scrolling beat 'em up game featuring the same characters as the popular movie and comic series. The game was published for several platforms and sequels of it are still in development. There are six playable characters: Wolverine, Colossus, Cyclops, Storm, Nightcrawler or Dazzler, and all of them have the same objective: stopping the evil Magneto from provoking havoc to the human population. Before fighting with Magneto, they have to defeat other smaller enemies, such as Sentinels. The game was really fun, enjoyable, praised for its good graphics and gameplay, and is still considered a classic worthy of getting a run sometimes.
The #1 selling Marvel comic comes alive on the Sega Genesis. Choose to play as one of the four or more superpowered mutants, including Wolverine, Cyclops, Gambit and Colossus. You can play one hero throughout, or switch characters during the game. Each character has a unique set of abilities to smash through different kinds of oncoming attacks. You can even double up in two - player co - op mode, and use teamwork to give the bad guys a one - two punch.
But muscle alone won't do the trick. The X - Men must pick up clues, follow trails, and solve riddles to save Professor X from the malicious Magneto and his horde of henchmen.
After you beat Mojo in Mojo's crunch, you have to proceed to the right, jumping from platform to platform. Watch out for the Cylinders of Flames as you are doing so. After you get all the way through, go up. Proceed right again and you will see a computer form like the one you saw after you beat Apocalypse. Punch the computer and Professor X will come out and tell you to press Reset. Listen to him. After you press Reset, you will see a bunch of zeros and ones on the screen. Then the introduction to the next level will appear.
In the upper right corner of the Danger Room there is a box with wires on it. Smash it and your lime limit in the Danger Room will go from 30 seconds to 1 minute and 30 seconds.
Check out this tip for X-Men for the Genesis:
At the title screen, press A,C, and Down, then press Start. When the picture of Magneto appears, press Start on Controller 2. Pick your mutant and walk to the right, where there are eight wall tiles and six floor panels. Each floor panel corresponds to a level (Level 1 is on the left). Stand on a panel and press Down and C. Replenish your energy and mutant power by pressing Start twice.
Marvel Comics' X-Men take on their oldest and most danger ous enemy, Magneto — in X-Men for the Game Gear from Sega. Following on the heels of the massive Genesis hit of the same name, X-Men on Game Gear is an all-new game with six levels of x-plosive action. Join your favorite X-Men characters as they try to keep the Vice President of the United States from being kidnapped. Play as any one of the seven available members of the X-Men team against the forces of evil.
Take on the Mutants Sebastian Shaw, Callisto and the Brood Queen. You choose the X-Men team member whose mutant powers will meet the challenge head on...and dead on. Play as Cyclops with his Optic Eye Blasts, Nightcrawler the swashbuckling comedian, Psy-locke the mighty telepath or any of the other four X-Men members. Fight each boss and their minions through regions like the Hellfire Club, Madripor, the Morlock Tunnels and Savage Land.
A Deadly Legacy
I The Legacy virus is a terminal disease that has spread through the I mutant population at an alarming I rate.
The mysterious GamesMaster I offers the X-Men the cure, but he I forces them to play his game by ? searching five key locations.
Bishop, I Wolverine, Jean Grey, Rogue, and i Gambit are dispatched to the various scenarios, but strangely, each disappears.
This is where you take over. The fate of the X-Men and the entire mutant population rests in your ability to meet the challenge of the deadly GamesMaster.
You begin with Storm and Cyclops at your command. Each time you complete a level, you add an X-Man to your forces.
You need them all because the GamesMaster has also offered the cure to some of their nastiest enemies, including Apocalypse, Exodus, Mr. Sinister, and Stryfe.
The key to success lies in freeing more powerful characters, such as Bishop and Wolverine, first As a general ride, the flying characters perform better in outdoor levels, and nonflying characters perform better indoors (except for the last level).
Either way, you're going to get terrific to-go ftin with this second Game Gear title to feature the mutants from Marvel.
Marvel's mutants are back, and boy are they mad in Marvel Comics' X-Men: GamesMaster's Legacy, the hardhitting new Adventure from Sega for the Game Gear.
X-Men are by far the most popular comic-book characters in America — and they translate masterfully to the small screen.
This 4-meg sequel features new X-Men, tougher enemies, bigger characters, and deadlier levels. Exceptional graphics, terrific tunes, and (most important) challenging game play make this one-player game a must for all Game Gear owners who crave portable, actioiH>acked adventure. Let's get one thing straight though — if you want to play as all the X-Men in this cart, you've got to earn them, level by level. Got it?
- Conserve mutant power for battles with level bosses.
- If you character's health meter is low, exit to the Character Select. Once characters are defeated, they are lost for the entire game.
- Search Egyptian Base i carefully to find a hidden ally.
- Bishop cannot absorb all forms of energy.
- In Egyptian Base 2, Cyclops's optic blast and Wolverine's claws are the only mutant powers that can damage Mr. Sinister.
X-Men Screenshots and Media
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