10. X2: Wolverine's RevengeHe may be known for his work as the Joker in the Arkham series, but Mark Hamill also warped his pipes to accommodate a far more growly range when taking up Wolverine in this X2 movie tie-in. A bit rough around the edges, upon reflection it remains one of those games any Marvel fan snatched up at the time, not caring about resolutions or the difference between 50 and 60 frames per second. Instead this was an excuse to essentially play as the Wolverine we all knew and loved from the X-Men animated series, factoring in a few branching level paths, some fantastic combat that let you take on multiple guys at once in some brutally stab-happy animations and a stealth system that although very primitive, worked well. Fleshed out by memorable characters like Sabretooth and Wendigo, a host of unlockable costumes, some context-specific kills like chucking a guy head-first through a giant TV screen and a hefty overall runtime, this is very much worth any fan's time.