Summary: It's nice to have the 4 different spider-man to play as, but the linear set-up of the game really takes away from how fun it should be. Also, repeatedly having to fight the same boss in each level gets annoying. Spider-man should ALWAYS have somewhat of an open world and freedom.
Had great potential but bad cameras and controls take away
17 September 2011
Summary: I really wanted to enjoy this game but the typical issues with spiderman games is really holding what would have been a great game back. Terrible ontrol response and camera really hurt this game.
Summary: I was so psyched to play this game, I've always been a huge Spider-Man fan and it seems like his games are hit or miss, but I thought this game would be a hit... I was wrong. There are some good things about this game and for a younger crowd, I'm sure it'll be just fine.
Summary: the idea was great in theory but just like communism it just doesnt work all that well when put to use. dont get me wrong its a fun game for a single play through but after you beat the final boss there is little need to play through again. the worst universe by far was the 2099.
Summary: The best parts in this game are the cutscenes, everything else is just average. It is so uninspired that it's shocking. Here's the premise in a nutshell. 12 levels and 1 final boss level. 3 of the Spidermans fight the same, the other is a poor man's Batman Arkham Asylum.
Summary: I like the idea of this game, but I think I'd just rather see it in a Cartoon Network movie instead of playing it. I'm still waiting for that quintessential Spider-Man game. I just haven't seen it yet.
Summary: As far as comic games, this is the best stand alone character ( as opposed to multiple character fight games since BATMAN ARKHAM ASYLUM! It is also average and most comic adaption games suck (IRON MAN of HULK anyone?)...Turns into a button masher but I love the story and graphics..
Summary: The last few Spider-Man games seemed to follow the same schtick. Taking a cue from the Grand Theft Auto games, you played in an "open world" where you could explore New York City and would have to solve so many tasks before progressing in the story. (I.E.