Summary: This was a good game. The graphics could have been better. Spiderman's backround is 3D but the people are 2D. It was challenging but if you keep at it, you can beat it. People say that the music is bad; I say if the music is bad, mute it. It's also a little pricy. The gameplay was good.
Summary: I thought this game was going to be great. It was a liottle bit of a let down. Frist the game is very hard. Like the level maps are so big that its very hard to find people that you have to rescue! Then when you get to the boss its all easy. The grafics are ok i thought they would be better.
Summary: WOW i never thought a hand held game would have grafics like these...AMAZING...but this game is hard...and i mean hard when i say hard...like puting it down for a couple of days because your so freakin mad at it...but i would recommend geting it if your up for a challenge
Summary: You should get this only if you consider yourself a gamer. This is a hard game in which my friends get mad because it is so hard. It isn't really hard if your a gamer like me. If you play it a lot it will get quite easy. I personaly think you should get it.
Summary: This is a fun game for the Nintendo DS, a must-have for any devoted Spidey fan. Note, though, that the game doesn't really take advantage of the DS's dual-screen or other very special features, but at least the graphics is FANTASTIC, nothing you've seen on a handheld before.
Summary: Spider-Man 2 is the best handheld game featuring spidey. It's a fun game that uses the DS's features to its advantage. The 2D, side-scrolling graphics are beautiful. Spiderman and characters are nicely detailed and the game runs at a quick, steady frame-rate.
Summary: I have only had the time to play for a little while but so far it's pretty good. I don't like how it doesn't require the touch screen more but figured it was because of the fact it's on all the other systems. I think if I have the patience to play this game more then I might even beat it.
Summary: Games for smaller consoles usually end up being platform games. Spider-Man 2 is no exception. You are given the missions in Chapters - and then you're graded on them depending on whether or not you kept to the objectives.