Reviews and Problems with Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions
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and who doesn't like punching up bad guys with Spidey
Eric J Messina, Amazon
20 December 2014
Summary: Every level takes around an hour give or take, so there's no worries about the game being too short. However, while each version of Spidey has his own unique abilities, the levels do tend to get a bit repetitive. The Noir levels in particular recall very much the Predator rooms from the Batman: Arkham series, so much so that I find myself automatically using the buttons I'd use for Arkham and having to remind myself that no, dummy, this is a different game.
Summary: This is a sensational game to buy. It has a lot of unlockables, a lot of amazing moments and a large amount of replayability which is important. The story line isn't very strong and there are a few glitches but they don't interfere with the gameplay and aren't annoying. It has fun levels and cool bosses, each in his or her own dimension. The price is worth it. It has many extra features, free and fluent feel, and a good amount of action.
Summary: Story: Amazing is fighting Mysterio at a museum when they accidentally destroy the tablet of time and chaos, or something like that. The 4 spider-men have to retrieve the shards. Each level gets a bad guy that has a piece. 2099 and Noir get their own mini story with in the larger story but it isn't explain that well. Amazing and Ultimate get 3 simple get the bad guy kind of levels.
Summary: Just got done playing this after getting the game for Christmas. Its got a great storyline and had fun playing most of it. The storyline is the Amazing Spider-Man is stopping Mysterio from stealing an artifact which shatters other dimensions. Madame Web tasks him and 3 other Spider-Men (From the past & future) to gather the fragments. The different Spider-Men (Amazing, Noir, Ultimate & 2099) each have to retrieve the fragments from bosses in their each unique ways.
Summary: This game is a lot of fun. The mechanics and controls are very easy to learn, but do take some time and practice to master. The four separate yet intertwining storylines are terrific, allowing you to play as Classic, Black-Suit, Noir and 2099 versions of Spider-Man. I particularly loved the 2099 and Noir sequences as these have never been explored in a video game before.