Summary: I got this game in a bundle when the DS first came out. I could only play it for about an hour before I couldn't stand anymore of the drek. The gameplay reminded me of one of the old cheepo side scrolling NES games that where out pumped by the gallon in the day. The graphics are good, and the controls where OK, but after that it's mostly down hill. The goofy bare-bone story has little to do with the movie.
Summary: I really hate games that involve timers and the like, and unfortunately, this is one of them. You would have to play the level ten times before completing the objective, and the special moves could be better.
Summary: I got this game at Christmas and I thought it was going to be great. Boy was I wrong. Spiderman 2 is a really bad game. You will end up playing stages over and over again. The only way I could beat this game was with the guide-and that's the only way TO beat the game, with the exception of a few stages where you can actually figure out what to do. The Spiderman franchise in my opinion has only shined on conseles, not on handhelds.
Summary: WELL HIS GAME IS OK WELL I JUST LIKED THE SPIDERMAN 2 PS2 GAME BUT I LOST THAT ONE SO I GOT A DS SPIDAMAN2 IT WASNT THAT FUN IT MADE ME FALL ASEEP 1 TIME BUT ITZ IIGHT SO YEAH!!! VISIT MY DADDY STORE MAN2GOD4EVER IIGHT EVERYONE!!!!1 GOD BLESS YOU.
Summary: One of the first games to show what Nintendo's DS could be capable of graphically, Spider-Man 2 is only an average super hero romp at best. With it's psuedo 3-D graphics, Spider-Man 2 puts you in the shoes, and webs, of Marvel's resident web-slinger as you swing across Manhattan to battle generic baddies on your way to go toe to toe with Doctor Octopus and other villains.