Reviews and Problems with Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions
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28 April 2014
Summary: It's nice to have the 4 different spider-man to play as, but the linear set-up of the game really takes away from how fun it should be. Also, repeatedly having to fight the same boss in each level gets annoying. Spider-man should ALWAYS have somewhat of an open world and freedom. Believe it or not, the Movie based spiderman games are much better, even Web of Shadows.
Summary: This is possibly the best Spider-Man game I have ever played. For the better part of the last decade, Spidey games have all been sandbox games with bland graphics and repetitive missions. Those games made it look like there was a violent crime in New York City every 5 seconds on every 5 blocks, and just didn't engage me at all. Shattered Dimensions removes that problem by having definitive, well-structured, visually appealing LEVELS.
Summary: This game is awesome. I don't really have anything else to say. But, well, except for selection of villains, like, i don't get why they took Deadpool or Juggernaut, they easily can be replaced as, i don't know, Punisher and Rhino. Gameplay is pretty repetitive and PC port a bit laggy, but game worth a while. I managed to beat it twice.
Summary: I really wanted this game to be good, i tried to like it. But its not. It's got a passable story, good enough not to turn me away from webswinging. But the controls ruin it. My specs FAR exceed the minimum and reccomended, 460 GTX, I72630QM Sandy bridge, 8 GB of 1333MHz RAM. I can run witcher on medium settings, skyrim and arkham city on nearly max. But the game has horrible input lag, despite the smooth framerate.
Summary: Okay...."Spiderman: Shattered Dimensions" starts out with **** controls and a inane tutorial that had no point of playing it, and continues with missions full of repetitive enemies and bosses. The story abosolutely does not make any sense and the 4 spiderman concept is just preposterous. The beenox graphics also have glitches and several flaws. This is one spiderman game that has all the reasons why you shouldn't play.
Summary: The combat control was frustratingly unresponsive. The voice acting and graphics were great, and the level design was well varied so that there was no feeling of being in the same place again and again. However, the unresponsive combat control was too much for me to even finish the game.
Summary: This game is really fun, but it has a few minor flaws. First of all, the graphics are OK, but for each dimension they are different (i.e. for Amazing, its supposed to look comic book-ish). Also, it is rather hard to control yourself when you are wall crawling or web swinging. There are about sixteen levels(I think) and each should take you anywhere from ten minutes, if you know what you're doing, to an hour, if you get stuck.
Summary: t-bombz review is correct, it is FAR garphically superior on the pc (you will notice this on cut scenes where it shows doors unlocking etc, because they are pre-recorded under the graphical quality of the xbox 360, and its kind of funny to see the gameplay look better than the cut scenes but i do not believe that warrants this game a 9, i think its a5 at best, how many spider man gamesh vae been made so far? alot!