I’m Nathan Peters, the community manager at Raven. You might have seen me on the boards as Weapon 8. By this time you know how badass the team here at Raven has made Wolverine, from the attitude down to his ferocity. But there are points in the game where it will take a little more than adamantium to progress.
Some of the puzzles you will encounter are fairly simple. For example, shortly after the adamantium is bonded to Logan’s skeleton and he makes his escape, he finds out that his powers have been suppressed as an insurance policy against him. Now he’s vulnerable, and head-on confrontation will certainly end badly. Logan avoids guards whenever possible, trying to make it to a scientist who wants to help him. He comes across a door and a power cell to turn it on. He gets through, but you realize he needs yet another cell to power a lift in the next room. He’s got two things to power on, but only one cell to work with. The solution is straightforward, but you may find yourself scratching your head for a moment.
One of the more clever puzzles lies within one of the game’s unique levels, and it has multiple stages. The first part requires Wolverine to get to a power cell, which turns on a conveyor mechanism. Once that is going, he needs to find a way through a laser net that disintegrates anything not authorized to pass through. Your reward for getting past the puzzle? Your first fight with a Sentinel prototype.
Throughout the game, Wolverine will encounter small puzzles like these, not only to give you a more varied experience, but they serve to tone down the action for a moment and let your thumbs relax. But before you can say “what’s next?” it will throw you right back into a new challenge where you can do what Wolverine does best.