Summary: The Amazing Spider-Man is a sad clone of Grand Theft Auto III, just much more boring, more sluggish and not very pretty. issues with the game: - Boring missions. Almost all missions is go here kill that, go there kill this. When this is not the case it gets even more boring, like missions to swing Spidey through circles in the street or hide on the sides of a slowmoving bus too avoid enemies seeing you while the bus slowly traverse through the city streets.
Summary: I actually wasn't expecting this game to be amazing. I originally got it on Xbox 360, and ended up loving it. When I saw this version of the game that includes all DLC, (plus on the Wii U, which is my system of choice), on sale, I had to get it. The DLC is great, and the gameplay with the Gamepad is amazing! You have maps, objectives, and more on the Gamepad screen, making it easy to see those things while playing the game.
Summary: Amazing in every thing except maybe graphics and the way the city people or city photo missions are setup but fantastic representation of Spider Man in a video game himself with the swinging , action , webbing , and his personality . Just a fantastic Game !!!
Summary: The critics are unfairly comparing this game to the console counter-part. Bad idea if you ask me because it was inevitable that the game would be massively toned down considering it still has all the features and boasts a huge open world to explore. For a portable open-world title (which are never known for exceptional graphics) this is one of the best.
Summary: Finally, Beenox has delivered an awesome and durably realistic Spider-Man game with such realistic authenticity than previous games! Despite this being the first Spider-Man movie-based game the developer has ever done, since Treyarch handled the games based on the Tobey Maguire/Sam Raimi films of the series, this Spider-Man game, when I first played it, looked so surreal. The Free-roaming feature looked like as if I was in Spidey's world with purified realistic graphics.