Reviews and Problems with Spider-Man: Edge Of Time
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Spider-Man: Edge of Time
Video Game Generation
19 November 2011
Summary: Spider-Man: Edge of Time
is a disappointment of brobdingnagian enormity in relation to the superior
Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions
, which was quite unbelievably released
by the same development team
not much prior
to this debacle.
Pros: Limiting this conversation to pure aesthetics, then yes, the game looks reasonably nice., Voice acting is decent, if you don’t mind the fact that these two are annoying as hell, and cattier than a pair of old queens.
Cons: The two Spider-Men play exactly the same, and the two time periods appear to have few if any differences., It’s annoying as hell constantly having to switch between characters and timezones., The “witty banter” between the two Spider-Men is annoying, unfunny, and positively grating., In sum, just...
Conclusion: Spider-Man: Edge of Time is a sloppy game that feels rushed - and with the short amount of time between it and its predecessor, Shattered Dimensions , that's not very surprising. Let's hope Spidey's next outing is better.
Conclusion: Perhaps if the story had been absolutely stellar, I could have overlooked the meager gameplay and poor design. As it stands, Spider-Man: Edge of Time feels like a quick cash-in on Shattered Dimensions, and not a fully developed game in its own right. This is not the best Spider-Man has to offer.
Excerpt: Spindelmannen har som superhjälte haft en lång och brokig historia, allra mest när universumet ska adapteras till tv-spelens värld. Bland alla Spindelmannen-spel, finns det verkligen utrymme för ännu ett?
Excerpt: Spider-Man har optrædt adskillige gange i computerspil gennem tiden, og som oftest med ret slemme resultater til følge. Sidste års udgivelse, Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions, var dog en undtagelse, som bød på både varierede og virkeligt velfungerende gameplay-mekanismer.