WET Alternatives

WET

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WET is an Action-Adventure, Third-person Shooter and Single-player video game developed by Artificial Mind and Movement and published by Bethesda Software. In this game, the player can take on the role of a female protagonist named Rubi, who is a problem-Solver… read more
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WET Alternatives & Similar Games for Nintendo Wii

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1. Bully

Bully is an Action-Adventure, Third-person Perspective, Open World, Exploration, Single and Multiplayer video game developed by Rockstar Vancouver. The game takes place in a fictional town of Bullworth, and the story revolves around a student who wants to raise his rank in the school system.

The game lets the player assume the role of a high school student named Jimmy. The main goal is to explore the world from a Third-person view either by go-kart, scooter, skateboard, and bicycle or on foot.

More About WET

WET is an Action-Adventure, Third-person Shooter and Single-player video game developed by Artificial Mind and Movement and published by Bethesda Software. In this game, the player can take on the role of a female protagonist named Rubi, who is a problem-Solver.

The player carries twin pistols and a sword that can fire while jumping, sliding, and running onto the walls. During the gameplay, the player can shoot two enemies at a time using slow-motion features. The game offers various missions, and in each one, the player can freely move across the world, collect power-ups, create a combination of his weapons, and kill all the enemy creatures to progress.

At the end of each mission, the player will receive a grade on three different factors, such as Average Multiplier, Completion Time, and Acrobatics. WET includes core features such as additional health block, a massive range of weapons (submachine gun, shotgun, and crossbows, etc.) lots of upgrades, powerful enemies, and much more.

With quite addictive gameplay, a well-written storyline, and excellent visual details, WET is one of the best games as compared to others of the same genres.

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