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: its not that bad and its not that good either, i would say this game is for maybe kid gamers, i know i know maybe some people dont agree with me, though i think the black suit not the bad black suit the black suit that has the gogles, i think that suit isn't for cool for spiderman
Summary: With Spider-Man Shattered Dimensions Beenox thankfully creates ( in my opinion) the best Spidey game since the fantastic PSX original. It has you playing as 4 different Spider-Men from different times and era's from the comics. You'll play as Amazing Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2099, Spider-Man Noir, and Ultimate Spider-Man. I'll start by saying that Beenox should be hugely commended with each universe's look as each one looks VASTLY different from one another.
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: it was phenominal and a beneficial game and although it didn't take me very long to finish it but i did have my hard times of trying to pass this one level of the game it is extremely fun trying to unlock better health and suits and moves instead of just having a game that shows you the moves and not even have any other moves to learn throughout the game tht is why i LOVE this game becasue you get to learn new moves but you have to unlock them this is agreat game if you...