X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009)
"X-Men Origins: Wolverine" is a combination of the Wolverine backstory explored in the 2009 "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" film and an original plot created by Raven Software, which was influenced by major events in the X-Men comic series.
A prologue shows Wolverine hunting/being hunted by a group of soldiers in a bleak urban environment. He is wearing a shredded uniform reminiscent of the costume seen in the X-Men films, indicating that this may take place in a later time. His thoughts drift to a forgotten past.
Years earlier, when Logan has settled in Canada with his girlfriend, Kayla Silverfox, his brother Victor Creed reappears at a local bar where he and Logan battle. Creed emerges victorious, breaks Logan's bone claws and knocks him unconscious. Upon waking up, Logan finds Kayla dead. Col. William Stryker arrives, offering Logan a chance at revenge. Logan accepts and undergoes a procedure that bonds adamantium, an indestructible metal processed from the meteorite deposits, with his bones. As the procedure ends, Logan overhears that Stryker wants him terminated, and becomes enraged and breaks out of the Alkali Lake facility, killing many of Stryker's men in the process, including Agent Zero.A flashback shows how Logan was in Team X and he leaves it because of his own moral conflicts. ...
Did You Know? "The Uncaged Edition" version received mostly positive reviews, the other versions attained mostly mixed to negative reviews. IGN's Greg Miller stated "The Uncaged Edition" version is an "awesome guilty pleasure", despite criticisms of boss repetitiveness and others.