Summary: I got this game because of previous thrills playing other Spider Man games, and this one is no disappointment. Controls: The controls are confusing and occasionally not responsive, but they're some of the most creative I've seen for the DS. Very few games make good use of the touch screen, but this one was a success on this factor. Overall Rating- ***** Gameplay: The gameplay is simply beat up bad guys and bosses.
Summary: The best thing about this game is the control scheme. Spider-man jumps and climbs and swings like a pro. It's a lot of fun to use the stylus to manipulate the web slinging, and it is very intuitive, so fighting thugs is fun and can be done in a number of ways. The graphics are pretty good. I was impressed. It's a 2D game in a 3D world, and it feels natural to navigate through the city by web slinging.
Summary: This game is somewhat fun. Maybe I'm not a huge fan of SpiderMan. My son loves it, although he doesn't know what he have to do...he is just jumping and crawling around..oh...any like to be beat up by the bad guys, he think he is punching...but he can't coordinate both the stylus and the command dail. It is a bit hard to understand where and what I'm suppose to do. But overall I'll still give this a 4 stars rating. Because my son loves it.
Summary: I'm very against the purchasing of movie-title propaganda, especially when it comes to video games. Games based off of movies are always so poorly done, with the sole purpose of cashing in on the hype surrounding whatever movie is on the horizon (look at the Fantastic Four, how good do you think that video game could be?). So I didn't buy this one. My friend had it in his DS, and I turned it on and gave it a shot. It's actually not bad.
Summary: Spider-Man has had a pretty good track record with the GBA, but so far not such a good one with the DS. Spider-Man 3 changes that quite a bit, offering a more or less standard action title starring Spidey with plenty of fun elements and some surprising touch screen capabilities as well.
Summary: I bought this for my 7 year old son but didn't realise there was a 12+ age recommendation on it. I would definitely be more aware of the age thing the next time. He will grow into it and he loves it but doesn't really understand what he has to do. My 9 year old nephew had a shot and admitted that even he found it hard. It's a great game but much better for over 12's.