Excerpt: There's a reciprocation that comes from certain games. They give back the love that is given or better yet, they might multiply that love—those rare games that aren't played so much as they seduce the player.
Excerpt: Since the days of the Dreamcast -- Todd McFarlane's masked hero from Hell hasn't been seen in his own game. Well, that has changed with Spawn: Armageddon , where you will take the role of Al Simmons (aka: Spawn) as he travels from Heaven to Hell and everywhere in between in order to stop the end of...
Conclusion: Since the source material was very good, the combat system works reasonably well. In addition to his axe for melee combat, Spawn can use his chains to attack enemies at a distance. He also has special powers that allows him to shoot lasers, bombs, and slow down time, dubbed Necroplasm.
Excerpt: Spawn hasn't had the luxury of having a good game. After taking over the comic industry, action figures, and trying to take over Hollywood, the only two Spawn games ever developed have been plagued by several shortcomings.
Excerpt: If you like super heroes and you also like video games, odds are you're already aware of one very sad truth: video games based on favorite super heroes suck. This is true almost without exception.
Excerpt: Despite the endless stream of crappy games, movies, toys, and whatever else Todd McFarlane has managed to turn his Spawn comics into, I still hold out hope for Al Simmons' conversion into something more than just an expensive reading habit.
Summary: Den yttersta dagen är nära. Onda och goda krafter är i rörelse, förberedande sig för den slutgiltiga kraftmätningen. Fångad där emellan står Spawn. Egentligen heter Spawn Al Simmons. Al är snubben som efter att ha börjat tvivla på sitt jobb som torped bränns till döds på order av sin chef.
Pros: Varierade och snygga monster, Spawn, Musiken