Reviews and Problems with Spider-Man: Edge Of Time
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Spider-Man: Edge of Time
18 November 2011
Excerpt: One of the "Amazing" things about Spider-Man is his ability to move extremely quickly when he needs to. When he's in above his head and his back's against the wall, he somehow manages to pull out all the stops and unleash an amazing flurry of attacks that are so fast that they're depicted in the comic books with multiple instances of Spider-Man in the same panel. While this effect is only used from time to time in the comic books, it has a very nice effect.
Summary: Spider-Man: Edge of Time challenges the player to take on the roles of both classic Amazing Spider-Man and Spider-Man 2099 to correct a timestream gone awry and prevent a catastrophic future brought on by the early and untimely death of Peter Parker.
Excerpt: was a really good game. It was a lot of fun, the four different Spider-Man incarnations offered plenty of variety and diversity, the environments differed on a routine basis, the upgrading was surprisingly deep and satisfying, and the story wasn’t too terrible.
Excerpt: Last year developer Beenox gave the fledgling Spider-Man franchise the proverbial shot in the arm it so desperately needed with the highly successful, Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions. Just one year later they are trying to continue that success with Edge of Time, and while it is hard to see this entry as anything other than a step backwards, the game is still interesting enough for web slinging fans.
Excerpt: Developers Beenox are once again unleashed into the universe of Spider-Man as they are joined by comic scribe Peter David to tell another exciting tale of one of the worlds most endearing superhero characters... Peter Parker (Aka Spider-Man). In this "sequel" to Spider-Man Shattered Dimensions, time plays a key factor in the game and your goal is simple, prevent a cataclysmic event that will lead to the death of the Amazing Spider-Man which causes a ripple effect that...