Excerpt: There's an unwritten law somewhere that games based on movies always seem to fail miserably at being games. So when this version of Spiderman, a game based on a movie based on a comic, came out, I had some misgivings about how good it might be. Based on the movie will a lot of additional villains and filler story to give the game extra depth, Spiderman: The Movie builds on the success of the previous Playstation titles.
Pros: Large cityscape environments, Excellent lighting and texture maps, Bruce Campbell makes the training mode fun
Cons: Weak camera/control systems, Not a whole lot of exploration
Excerpt: Close your eyes for a moment and imagine your life as it is now, then think of how cool it would be to have superpowers! For instance, what if you had super-strength? Lifting even the largest obstacles would be as easy as tying your shoes. Or what about an increased level of agility? Every Olympic gymnast’s routine would be child’s play compared to your tumbling, leaping and rolling. Of course, people would idolize, fear, or be jealous of your feats.
Excerpt: Spider-Man, Spider-Man! Does whatever a spider can! Spins a web, any size! Catches thieves, just like flies! Look Out! Here comes the Spider-Man! Close your eyes for a moment and imagine your life as it is now, then think of how cool it would be to have superpowers! For instance, what if you had super-strength? Lifting even the largest obstacles would be as easy as tying your shoes. Or what about an increased level of agility?
Conclusion: does help in some areas.) That being said, I have no idea how the camera could be made to work better. Most of the buttons on the controller are used but learning the various actions they’re associated with is easy. Some of this is owed to the basic tutorial conducted by none other than Bruce Campbell. Instead of making the tutorial dry and academic, Mr.
Conclusion: 9 times out of 10 games of films are mediocre, but Treyarch did a good job of making Spiderman an exception, its no classic, but it plays well, its good fun, and it still manages to stay faithful to the film and the comics.