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WET

Released on 18 September 2009

Rating: 18+ (BBFC)

4.0 out of 5 (32 customer reviews) | Write a review

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WET is a highly-stylised third-person shooter that seamlessly blends gunplay, sword kills and over-the-top acrobatics to create the ultimate interactive action experience. The game allows you to shoot anywhere, anytime. You will have the freedom to shoot while running, sliding down ladders, sliding across the floor, or performing any number of acrobatic moves. Featuring an ironic mix of humour and violence, unique retro film visual treatment, and original 70's inspired music, WET is a third-person shooter experience unlike any other.

When Rubi Malone, a gun-for-hire, agrees to fix a wealthy man's problem by finding and bringing back his wayward son, she thinks the job is going to be cut and dry. She thought wrong. The job turns out to be more complicated than expected and the man who hired her isn't who he appears to be. On the run and looking for the man who betrayed her, Rubi is leaving a massive body count in her wake.
  • Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By purchasing this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age and over.

Three Types of Gameplay: Seamlessly combines three types of gameplay: 360 degree slip-aiming mechanics, sword fighting and acrobatic abilities.

    Acclaimed Writer Duppy Demitrius: Written by Demitrius who is best known for his work on the action-packed TV series 24.

      Ultimate Interactive Action Experience: Over-the-top acrobatics with constant action that features aerial sword attacks, fantastic sword skills and high body count.

        Cinematographic Style: Unique retro film visual treatment with stylised over-the-top characters, an original 70's inspired soundtrack and locations that span three continents.

          New Iconic Character: Rubi combines attitude, style and killer instinct!

          customer Reviews

           Average rating (32 reviews)

           Great time pass

          | | See all jujuman10's reviews (2)

          Ok, so this isn't the hardest game to play. So that's great news if you're a casual gamer, like me. The storyline is nothing original, but it's still great fun and the cut scenes are brilliant. It's a lot like Stranglehold, but I find the controls a lot easier in this. The only downside would be the arena fights at the end of every chapter- they can get quite repetitive.

          If you're looking for a game with easy achievements then this is for you. I'll definitely be playing it again to try and beat my scores. There's a lot of potential in this game for it to be a classic, so hopefully the next installment will provide that!

          One of the most fun games I've played for a while.

           smooth gaming that sends the guts FLYING

          | | See all Dave82517's reviews (73)

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          What most reviews have stated is true, this game can be completed rather quickly however, it is well paced and the action, gaming style and CG are extreme. And just like the review before this, some parts are very "Kill Bill" and VERY "Tarantino".
          You play as a gun-for-hire voiced nicely by the lovely Eliza Dushku (of Dollhouse and Buffy-fame) played between two competing crime lord families with lots of bullets to shoot at one another and your character.
          Your main character has a tremendous amount of skill and it is your job is to exercise her deadly abilities as quick and as much as you can to gain as much bonus to upgrade her weapons and attacks. There is a nice amount of action-sequence-play. E.g. the cinematics play out and you have to press X, Y, B or A at the right time to continue etc. There are some challenging levels, and on or two areas your instincts will just sing right through and complete.

          I purchased this game upon its release and I felt it was worth the £30 or so it was being charged at. By now, the prices on the internet and the street have become much cheaper, so go for it and see what you think. I hope this review has given you an insight.

           Awesome game!

          | | See all themonkeyboyfiles's reviews (1)

          If Quentin Tarantino made games, it would be Wet! Everything from the visuals to the soundtrack is Tarantino. The game play is great, very slick and fluid. The story line plays just like a Kill Bill film. Its kind of like Lara Croft had a bad ass sister, and this is her game! The movement is similar to Tomb Raider except that when you fire at enemies, it goes in to slow mo and gives you enough time to to pick them all off. Not every level is a walk through, in fact I had to have a few shots at most of them. I would def recommend to any shoot em up fan.

           If Robert Rodriguez made Stranglehold/Max Payne...

          | | See all isopropophlex's reviews (28)

          Let's get the obvious out of the way - YES, it's like Stranglehold, YES it's like Max Payne, and YES, it has a femal lead character like Tomb Raider.

          While originality may not be the strongest point of the game (it's derived from 70's action-revenge exploitation films, and plays in 3rd person, featurring time slowdown), the game is exceptionally well done, and very good fun to play through once or twice.

          Graphically speaking, the game could be better, but these games featurring multi-platform releases with little time for optimisation can sometimes leave the player wanting; that said, the effects are excellent, the game uses the havok engine for physics and flying objects, the different modes use different effects (try the RAGE mode). Honestly, this is the last thing you focus on anyhow.

          The soundtrack is quite excellent (I'm a fan of the genres used), featurring Rockabilly, Rock, Metal, Country and 70's inspired exploitative music.

          The controls and feel of the game are great; the game features a "film effect", and is made in the style of a movie being made (with film burn, missing reels, interludes, etc). The controls feel almost perfect (forsaking a few misses here and there, especially in close quarters).

          Frankly, there's not a great deal of play modes, there's nothing new introduced, but the game has a large amount of time trials, collectibles, etc.

          It's definitely worth buying, and a great piece of entertainment with awesome humour, but make sure you've got other games too, the depth isn't comparable to some other titles. A guilty pleasure, but one-dimensional romp.

           Rubi Malone knocks Lara Croft for six

          | | See all lollipopman's reviews (8)

          I didn't like Stranglehold but I liked this game. A new heroine with a cruel streak. But the kind of girl you would like in your corner in a tough situation. I hope the makers bring out a sequel.
          The graffics were good and the game play was good. Only complaint I make is that the foul laguage was a bit overused.
          Rubi Malone; my kind of girl

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          Rating18+ (BBFC)