Conclusion: I've always been a fan of Spawn and his comic books, so this game was a must-have for me. However, a few hours into playing it, I realized that the game had some major issues. Some of the ones that stuck out were the lack of being able to save until level completion and the lack of move variety.
Summary: OK I recently bought an XBOX 360S with a 320GB Hard Drive and one of the first thing I noticed that the XBOX 360 is backward compatible with original XBOX games (opposed to my PS3 Slim which cannot only the first & second generation can), since as I enjoyed the Spawn movie I was glad to see a spawn videogame that isn't for the PSOne, Dreamcast or Gamecube so I was really excited to purchase this videogame.
Summary: Great game. Lots of different enemies from minor demons to a number of types of angels. Enough levels to keep you going for a nice length of time, starting in the city to hell and back to "Angel Station." Plenty of weapons from pistols, to rocket launchers and even more powerful ones. Controls are tight. Very nice control. You get to beat up on Spawn's favorite whipping boys. I'd recommend this game to fans and anyone looking to see what the Spawn's all about. It's good.
Summary: One word springs to mind after the opening sequence...WOW!! This game has captured the brilliance of Todd McFarlanes work perfectly, down to the voices from the animated series. The inclusion of the Violater early on had me laughing with the fantastic banter between him and Spawn. The hell powers are a definite plus too. The ability to slow time down to fight in almost Matrix styled action was bloody brilliant.