Excerpt: What a confusing title. It turns out that Spider-Man: The Movie is actually Spiderman: The Game Based on the Movie. I use the phrase “based on” very lightly since there really aren’t many similarities. Sure, there’s a webslinging hero, the villainous Green Goblin and a couple levels loosely based on the movie, but everything else isn’t much like the excellent film. In fact, it turns out that Spider-Man: The Movie is just another average game with a cool license.
Excerpt: With the success of the earlier Activision Spider-Man games for the Dreamcast and the PlayStation, it makes perfect sense that the core gameplay of Spider-Man: The Movie for the Xbox is similar--but that its graphics really show off what the Xbox can do. As a result, the environments are much larger, and there's significantly more detail throughout the game.
Excerpt: The transitional relationship between movies and video games can often be compared to that of oil and water. One simply doesnt mix in the other. Movie-based games often hide behind the illusion of presenting players with the chance to relive the motion picture story through the eyes of the protagonist.
Conclusion: While improving in some areas, this PS2 sequel to past Spiderman games still has problems with the camera angles and sometimes feels too "samey". That aside its still a very worthwhile addition to your collection.
Excerpt: O carismático herói lançou a teia à 128 bits Sony e aterra em grande estilo no mundo dos videojogos! É normal dizer-se que não há uma sem duas nem duas sem três. Este provérbio pode muito bem utilizar-se para nos referirmos à ligação entre a Activision e o herói aracnídeo.