Reviews and Problems with Spiderman: Web of Shadows
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Spider-man: Web of Shadows
8 June 2012
Excerpt: The intro of Spider-man: Web of Shadows looks fantastic and promises a great experience in the Spider-man universe. We see a tired and despirited Spider-man walking on a skyscraper through the debris of fights between Shield soldiers and the offspring of Venom.
A Slow Starter That Eventually Hits Its Super Hero Stride
22 September 2009
Conclusion: Concept: A combat-focused game that gets old quick
Graphics: Camera orientation problems and animation glitches abound
Sound: The voice acting is as bad as it gets
Playability: Repetition is the name of the game.
Summary: I know Spider-Man likes to joke around, but he should start taking his video game career more seriously. Web of Shadows plays like a bad joke. Spider-Man's voiceover is so whiney and crackled he sounds like he lost his puberty, the missions are repetitive, the framerate chugs in certain spots, and...
Conclusion: Little else can be said about Web of Shadows except that unlike previous Spiderman titles, this one is intended for teenagers instead of younger kids, and it doesn’t help it along. Boss battles are not memorable and the few cameos other superheroes make are not particularly worthwhile.
Excerpt: Unless you live under a rock, you've no doubt heard the famous lines "Spider-Man, Spider-Man. Does whatever a spider can." In the Marvel universe, this statement is absolute truth. But for some reason, video games haven't been able to allow Spider-Man to do whatever a spider can.
Excerpt: Imagine you’re Marvel. I mean, imagine you’re someone who works for Marvel, or you’re a director of the company. You have this little comic book called Spider-Man that has been quite popular over the years.
Summary: Fun for a while, but the repetition will wear you down. With more variety in the action, Web of Shadows would have been a very good game. As it is, it's hard to recommend for anything other than a hire.
Excerpt: Spidey está de regresso ao universo dos vídeojogos. Após um Spider-Man 3 fraquinho, a Activision está de volta com mais uma aventura de Peter Parker. Desta vez, estamos perante uma história criada de raiz, sem os limites impostos por uma longa-metragem.