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Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions
9 June 2012
Excerpt: Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions combines the typical features of a Spider-Man game – slinging on pieces of spiderwebs and bashing enemies – with the possibility to take on four looks of the hero. For those that know the comics: we talk about Amazing, Noir, 2099 and Ultimate Spider-Man.
Conclusion: Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions pushes the envelope with a few tried and true techniques used in several great games from this year and last, and does a fairly decent job at it. The plot is bland and often corny, but the gameplay is mostly solid and enjoyable.
Excerpt: Spider-Man Shattered Dimensions is beautiful on the PS3. The cel-shading gives it an appropriate cartoon feel, while the dialogue of our web-headed friend is dead on, with lines such as my favorite, "This neighborhood isn't going to friendly itself.
Summary: Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions is a wonderful piece in regards to fan service. It collects some of the most popular Spider-Man voice actors of all time and also gives you the chance to play as classic alternative universe Spider-Men.
Excerpt: Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions is a work of pure indulgence, a tapestry of silver age fanservice framed with an overly elaborate multiverse-spanning plot. The wafer-thin conceit is that you flick between four spider-men from various comic incarnations – Amazing, Ultimate, Noir and 2099 – who are...
Excerpt: Spider-Man Shattered Dimensions opens with the web-slinger attempting to stop Mysterio from stealing an ancient artifact known as the Tablet of Order and Chaos from the Empire State University Museum.
Excerpt: I'll admit I have never been the biggest Spider-Man fan. Sure I enjoyed the first two movies (especially the second, as I still can't believe that Sam Raimi did a good job in making Doctor Octopus a likable villain that we show sympathy for) but then there was the disaster that was Spider-Man 3.
Summary: Spider-man has done it again. He tries to do the right thing by stopping Mysterio from stealing the powerful Tablet of Order and Chaos. Unfortunately, the tablet shatters during the fight and pieces are strewn across four different Marvel dimensions.