Summary: This game has no real challenge because it was made for fans of the movie so they really didn't want to make it difficult. This Game has the most awkward difficultly, the only time i ever defeated was with Doc Ock. This game graphics is ok, it really wasn't a beauty in 2004 or today, nobody really cared, we were so happy playing Spider man and Swinging in a realistic environment for the first time. The controls are fine, they have terrible combos.
Summary: I was bowled over by the physics, loved the action and amazed at the fact that the entire island of Manhattan has been recreated. Sure I loathed the story and detested the end-of-level bosses you have to endure to gain everything the game has to offer. Thankfully these parts are short and mostly easy. Some of the fights are so out of keeping with the rest of the game, placed obviously in there to coincide with the movie...
Summary: I've gotten through about half of the game and have decided that overall, it is just OK. At first the webslinging and beating up bad guys was really cool. The graphics are amazing for this game and the physics are genuine. However, after learning the basics of the game I'm sad to say there really isn't much more to it. Every chapter requires you to complete a certain number of tasks. Whether it be talking to Jonah, shooting picture, or whatever.
Summary: I love the way you can go anywhere in this game .But the mini missions are repetative.graphicaly this game is not so bad, but I have a "S" video cable for my XBOX ,which improves resolution. That is if you have a compatable TV. I think some younger kids might like this game better. All in all a good concept game but could've been better. Like More diverse side missions .And maybe you could talk to people on the street instead of the same cutscenes in the mini missions.
Summary: Web swinging is a problem. I actually didn't mind web swinging from clouds in the first game. This one is tough and if the buildings aren't tall enough you end up on the ground while swinging. The side missions get boring after a while -- beat up some muggers, stop a car, rescue a guy from the roof. And when you complete a mission you immediately go to a screen showing your stats, interrupting the flow of the game. The graphics aren't that great.
Summary: For any fan of the comic book or the movies this is a great experience on the Xbox. There are a good amount of positives about the game that make you want to play it but there are too many negatives about the game that don't make you want to buy it. One of the bright aspects of this game is how it molds the story into the movie and throws some comic book story in the middle of it. For some missions you are teamed up with Black Cat.
Summary: Let's get this straight: as movie adaptations go, this is no Riddick. It has been a long time since Activision made quality games. They tend to rely on a license to sell the game, and save money on production. In many respects, Spiderman: The Movie 2 is typical. Most of the game is incredibly shoddy. Even on the XBox, the graphics are terrible.