Reviews and Problems with Spider-Man: Edge Of Time
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Spider-Man: Edge of Time
2 September 2013
Summary: Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions was better than many licensed games on the market, but it certainly wasn't anything special. At the very least, it included a wide range of recognizable Spider-Man villains and a flowing combat system that, while fairly mundane, got the job done.
Excerpt: For years there have been good to great Spider-Man games that were based on sources diverse as movies, TV shows, and alternate universe comics. Still, over the last few years it seems like Spidey has been spinning his wheels more than his webs.
Pros: Interresting premise, Best looking in-game Spider-Man costume to date, Fun dialogue between Spideys
Cons: Boring level design, Lame enemies, Fails to live up to potential
Summary: Spider-Man: Edge of Time doesn’t really reach the heights of great Spider-Man games Activision has released in the past. While it has a good story and some solid base ideas, the execution specifically with the setting and controls could’ve been so much more.
Conclusion: As a game that’s meant to be played, Spider-Man Edge of Time fails on some surprisingly basic levels. The simple combat and respawning enemies do little for the pacing and become a nuisance very quickly, the twitch-based falling of 2099 are high-speed but suffer from control issues, while the story...
Excerpt: Poor Spider-Man. You kind of have to feel bad for the guy; even as Batman: Arkham City is blowing away fans and critics alike, the world's most famous wall-crawler is still trapped in ho-hum game after ho-hum game.
Excerpt: Spider-Man is one of the most prolific media superheroes of all time. Since his first appearance in 1962, he has starred in seven animated television series, a live-action television series, four live-action movies, more video games than you can shake a stick at, and even a show on Broadway...
Pros: Absolutely beautiful cutscenes, Excellent voice acting from Spider-Man veterans, Sets excellent framework for future Spider-Man games
Cons: Boring environments during gameplay, Less than engaging combat
Summary: With great power comes great responsibility. But along with the burden of protecting the innocent from those who prey upon them, the power that comes with being Spider-Man would surely bring a great deal of fun.
Pros: Snappy writing and solid voice acting liven up the story, Picture-in-picture storytelling generates some urgency, Some powers are fun to use
Cons: Combat is overly simple, Environments are often confining, Only about six hours long
Summary: Marvel und DC - zwei Giganten, wenn es um Comics und Superhelden geht. So schwirrt DCs Batman in seinem zweiten Abenteuer in Arkham City umher und überzeugt die Presse sowie Fans aufs Neue. Marvels Lieblingsspinne möchte es dem Flattermann gleichmachen.
Pros: Zwei Handlungsstränge, Tolle Soundkulisse, Script von Peter David
Summary: Edge of Time følger i sin forgjengers fotspor ved å bringe sammen forskjellige versjoner av Spider-Man i samme hendelsesforløp. Denne gangen står vi overfor en fiende som tukler med tid og rom, og det er opp til Peter Parker og hans fremtidige versjon, Miguel O'Hara, å rette på situasjonen.
Excerpt: Spider-Man ist zurück und schwingt sich in „ Spider-Man: Edge of Time “ gleich in zwei Inkarnationen zum Sieg über einen zeitreisenden Schurken, der versucht,per Zeitportal die Vergangenheit zu verändern.
Pros: Spider-Man ..., ... gleich in zwei Inkarnationen, Einfaches Gameplay