Summary: Well, here we are you wii fans. I love spiderman but the creators of the game either were not putting their best effort into the game or they were drunk. I got the game at game stop as soon as I saw it I was jumping up and down like a little boy.
Summary: Spidey 3 for Wii started out great...getting used to the Wii Remote swinging was kinda tricky and first but the great old Bruce Cambell kept you in the game until you knew exactly what to do. Good training excersises.
Summary: pro: -Bruce Campbell...nuff said. -web swinging is fun and intuitive. -good selection of spidey villains. -being able to level up and choose new abilities. con: -the city is extremely bland. How are you supposed to scour for bonus items in a city that all looks vanilla? -short story line.
Summary: If you love Spider-man as much as I do, and you just can't miss out on this game, and you have a Wii and either an XBox 360 or Playstation3, get it for the 360 or PS3. It just has a huger enviroment, more villians, more missions, and more everything.
Summary: When I was first interested in Spider-man 3 (wii) game I noticed they made it for the wii as well. I had yet purchased a wii, but I knew I wanted one before Spider-man 3 game came out. I thought it would be awesome!
Typical movie-themed game with some interesting twists
12 May 2007
Summary: If you are a fan of the previous Spidey games, you will probably enjoy this one. However, once I got over the joy of being able to Web around the city and crawl up walls using my Wii controller, the game did not hold my attention long. It's a pretty typical movie-themed game.
Summary: The game, Spider-Man 2, was really quite a fun game since it was so exhilirating to swing everywhere. Yeah by the 25th balloon I had to save, it did feel monotonous but everything else was well-done.