Summary: This had to be one of the best games in the Spider-man series! It had a good story, and a very good free roam mode. Where you could swing around the city for missons or just have fun. You cant hurt innocent people though. The game had bosses like Rhino, but also the Main on Doc Ock, plus more! The game had a decent challenge, a good one to be exact. It's a great game, I recommend it!
Summary: This game was pretty good, but now the best. Some parts are hard and or boring, and I could not beat Doctor Octopus on the last level. It is fun to fight and stop bad guys, do jobs for the Daily Bugle, although it is somewhat boring.
Summary: Three 3-d Spider-man games have come out since the release of Spider-man 2. Ultimate Spider-man, Spider-man 3, and Spider-man: Web of Shadows. Ultimate Spider-man was too story heavy, and there was nothing to do if you weren't heading to a mission. And, the story kinda sucked anyway. To be honest, I haven't played Spider-man 3 though. But I've heard nothing but bad about it, and I don't want to waste $4 on renting a piece of crap.
Pros: Loads of content, Addictive gameplay, Innovative concepts, Just plain fun
Summary: This was a great game that makes excellent use of a non-linear story line. Allowing the player to explore the entirety of New York City, while scattering random mini-game-esque throughout the map, making the exploration of the map not only fun, but eventful as well. The upgrade system was also very interesting, earning points for all events, story line advancements and random encounters and buying the upgrades made the earning of new techniques very enjoyable.
Summary: I think this game is great! The sound, the controls, and the gameplay are all awesome! I love the part where this evil villian Beck challenges you, to show that Spiderman is a fake and that Spiderman doesn't have any "powers". I won't spoil the rest of the game for you but if you are wondering if it's good and wondering if you should get it... YOU SHOULD!
Summary: Not all movie based and licensed games have to be completely average or just plain bad. Spider-Man 2 isn't just the best Spider-Man game of all time, it's possibly the best super hero game of all time as well. Stepping above and beyond the first game, Spider-Man 2 allows you to take on the role of the web-slinger as you swing and fight your way through a completely free roaming New York City. And when I say free roaming, I mean free roaming.
Summary: This game is great. Like any game, it has some good things & some bad things. Let's talk about the good things first. You can web-swing around almost all of the big apple. You can go almost anywhere in Manhatten. You can also go to the Statue of Liberty, Roosavelt Island, just about anywhere but Brooklyn and Bronx. You can get all kinds of sweet upgrades from the spidey store. You can even pick up bad guys and throw them around. Much better then the PC version.
Summary: First off, I must say that this game was positively excellent. Though it had little replay value, I really enjoyed it while it lasted. The Pros! The web-slinging is AMAZING. For the first time you are given an entire island to websling around. The environment is practically endless and there is so much to explore. The random crime setup is nice, since they give you extra brownie points.
Summary: The idea of being able to wonder around Manhattan and pretty much do whatever you want is great.. but.. after a while it gets boring. It seems like it was the same people asking for the same help all the time. The actual storyline was perfect to the movie (except they through in Mysterio, which was a good thing) but all the side missions got to be too repetative.