Summary: This game give players the feel of swinging around like spidey that leaves one in awe. Scale up tall buildings and jump straight off and then shot your web and fling yourself to another building. The feeling is great. Too bad that is only really great part of the game. Its graphics are good. As is the sound. The control is well made. You shoot web to catch foes or you can shoot another to pull yourself to surfaces. Then the bad part.
Summary: spider man 2 1 word sucks this game wreakes its awfel the missions sukk the graphics look like playstion one grapihics wutthe hell its 2004 not 2000 i mean for god sakes they need to better but one good thing is the fighting unless u like pressing the same buttons i would not get this game spider man 1 was better and the movie was short as hell
Summary: At first I was desperate for spiderman 2 and I thought it would be really good and fun. All the other reviews say it is 5 stars or four but that is probaly because they just got it and havn't got bored yet. IWhen I got it I thought it was great but it didn't really last. Every time I played it it got more and more boring. I completed it in about a week, it's not a short game but it is very easy.
Summary: After seeing the movie and hearing about the wonderful things you can do in the game I was excited about playing it. It's really fun for the first few hours. Bruce Campbell does a wonderful and funny job giving you hints on how to play the game. The New York layout looks wonderful (especially at night). And the webswinging is awesome, although it does take a while to get used to the controls of it. Now the bad news: It's true what everyone else is saying here.
Summary: (...) If you are over twelve and are interested in a REAL review then listen closely... The strengths of the game are: 1. You can go down to the street, into restaurants and stores 2. You actually get to fight crime instead of taking on bosses all day long. You can even deliver pizza if you wanted to. 3. Toby McGuire's actually got a sense of humor in this one... and I liked the narration by Bruce Campbell. 4.
Summary: They say if it ain't broke, then don't fix it. I loved the first Spider-Man game. The graphics were crisp and detailed, the story was deep and involving, and the controls were precise and tight. Then Grand Theft Auto: Vice City came out, which completely re-wrote the video game genre. Games like True Crime and The Getaway were released that practically copied the GTA formula: Free roaming cities, mini-missions, mayhem and violence, etc.