Summary: this game blows the n64 spiderman game right out of the water.i feel even more like spiderman in this one.however,youre a bit too much like spiderman.theres people calling for you to do random jobs no matter where you go.you dont just stick to a wall,you must push a button.you are very very fast.you have a shedload of moves and manuvers you can perform.all this is well and good,but still have to go and be peter parker too.so theres meeting mj for dinner dates,visiting...
Summary: This game was amazing. I saw more of New York from this game then actually going there. This just shows the amazing work done to work on the gaphics and game layout. This game was just wow. What else is there to say, if you don't like superhero games then this will just change your mind. If only other super hero games were like this.
Summary: This game is incredibly beautifully made. The graphics, the physics, the freedom... they are truly amazing. The horizon of graphic is pretty far, there are many interesting things to explore. But... other than being gorgeous, the game simply lacks gameplay. The missions are all very easy. The enemies are all very easy and the gameplay must have been geared to a younger group of players than me (I'm on my early 20s). The only true enemy of Spiderman in this game is water.
Summary: I loved the movie and one day while walking in Electronics Boutique I saw the game and I decided to buy it. The graphics are good and the game is really fun. It's not amazingly difficult. I did get help from a friend with the next to last level, but I beat Doc Ock by myself. The game is told in chapters and you are given an objective which you have to complete in order to complete the chapter. But it doesn't follow the story line of the movie.
Fantastic freedom of movement, a frenzied fighting system and decent length.
29 March 2005
Summary: THE SHORT: Go anywhere anytime in a full version of Manhattan. Crawl buildings or swing all day, stop random crimes or take on the story. Similar not to GTA but True Crime, but too unique for direct comparison. Not as horribly difficult or badly acted as I've read, but it could use more variety in some areas. THE LONG: When I was first debating buying this game, I kept seeing comparisons to Grand Theft Auto. I will immediately tell you this is misleading.
Manhattan perfectly recreated for Spidey swinging!
3 August 2004
Summary: Top line: great game and the best Spider Man game ever! Environment: 10 out of 10. Manhattan is perfectly recreated. People walk by chatting and yelling stuff like "Go Spidey!" when you pull off something cool, or "Menace!" when you swing over their head. Cars move around and you can surf on top of them. Kids will lose balloons, and you can deliver them back to them... thiefs will attempt bank robberies, ships will sink...
Summary: I was amazed at how smoothly the game ran considering how large and detailed the map out of Manhatten was. You can go almost anywhere and fight petty crimes or face of with super villians, such as Electro, Mysterio, and Ryno, while at the same time keeping up well with the plot from the movie. A fantastic rent and a good buy.