Summary: I really like this game. It gives me the freedom to swing around and fight with many different moves. I can beat the game in a little bit over an hour, if I have full upgrades to start off with and without fighting the necessary enemies. (I've timed myself) The total time I've played for this game is over 100 hours. Lol, ya, I'm crazy!
Summary: Spider-Man Web of Shadows is, well, pretty spectacular! You play as Spidey and battle symbiote monsters in New York. The twist? Depending on which decisions you make, the ending varies. (Personally, I got the black-suit ending) Gameplay: As usual for a Spider-Man game, the gameplay for this game is over the top. Though not touch-screen-oriented, the controls are smooth, and the special attacks add some variety to this beat-'em-up game.
Summary: Well I started the game and I really liked it, but then it got boring; through out the entire game you never leave one place, plus the fighting scenes are very hard (almost impossible). But overall it's a pretty fun game, especially the touch screen mini games. I only recommend this game to kids 12 and over.
Summary: I'm a 26 year old man, and I sincerely enjoyed this game. The gameplay is very similar to a Super nintendo type Spider-man game, but much more fun. It's pretty short, and it basically quadruples in difficulty toward the end of the game.
Summary: Spider-Man has had a pretty good track record on the DS thus far, and Spider-Man: Web of Shadows is no different. Using the same formula of 3-D character models on a 2-D side scrolling plane that the last few Spidey games on the DS have, Web of Shadows is a solid and fun, albeit short, ride that is fun while it lasts. Symbiotes have taken over New York City, and naturally it's up to Spidey to take 'em all down.
Two boys' review: Spider-Man's best title on the Nintendo DS
Jared Castle "Oregon writer", Amazon
20 November 2008
Summary: Our two sons -- ages 6 and 4 -- are die-hard Spidey fans. We already own Spider-Man: Friend or Foe , Spider-Man: Battle for New York and Spider-Man 3 but none of those Nintendo DS games offered the simple, intuitive controls of Spider-Man: Web of Shadows. When my sons want to enjoy a little web swinging and wall crawling they don't want to have to think about how to do it.