Reviews and Problems with Spider-Man: Edge Of Time
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Two spider-men, one great adventure.
mdf1998 , GameStop
23 June 2012
Summary: Spider-man edge of time gives you two spider-men to play as, the game's story is great, sometime in the year 2099 a man named Walker sloane created a time machine and sends Anti-venom to kill the amazing spider-man, but the spider-man of 2099 named Miguel o'hara stumbles in on Walker's plan but he's too late to stop him, Anti-venom then kills the amazing spider-man thus creating an different 2099, so spider-man 2099 goes in the time machine to warn the amazing spider-man...
Summary: Let me start out by saying this, Spider Man EOT, is a fun game, but i feel as if the game was rushed, and Beenox could of done a lot more. Now, Spider Man EOT has an engaging story line, in my opinion, but it's not as strong as Shattered Dimensions. If you are a Spider Man fanatic, of course you're going to like the story, which is basically the world of Spider Man 2099 and the world amazing Spider Man has merged together, and everything get's a out of hand. That's it.
Summary: I thought Edge of Time was quite a fun experience. The only real problem I had with it was the lack of lock on. This one major fault made it hard to focus on certain enemies that needed to be dealt with first. Besides that the game looks and plays great, and has plenty of spider-man's signature quirks. This game may not be for everyone, but I was satisfied with the end result.
Review, Spider-Man, Edge of Time: A disappointment, but not a disaster.
Orochisama LEVON, Spectre, Game Informer
6 October 2011
Summary: Beenox's first effort, Shattered Dimensions , was a triumphant return to dignity for Spider-man, a superhero about as maligned as Batman when it comes to videogame history. Spanning a rather nostalgic tale implementing four parallel universes with their own gameplay and art styles, Shattered Dimensions turned out to be a surprisingly tasteful breath of fresh air with only minor weaknesses that kept it from becoming a classic.
Summary: So i figured in would review this game because, like most people who will be looking for one, i was uncertain if i wanted this game or not. The story looked good, and intreged me into checking out the gameplay vids. Plus the pre-order bonus was 4 costumes from The Infinite Crisis series, pretty slick looking skins.
Summary: i have to say i just picked this game up. and after being on hiatus from spiderman since the 2nd movie game which was one of the best free roam spiderman games ever. this game took me by surprise. the CGI cut scenes are amazing. the voice acting isnt that bad. and the combat controls play very well. even on normal some of the levels i have had to replay. you can level up your characters abilities as you collect orbs.
Summary: well firstly if your a big fan of your spiderman games, its a must have for several reasons; the combat flows brilliantly, the characters voice are perfectly suited and the graphics are amazing. the only downside i could find is that it wasnt long enough there is about 5-6 hours gameplay but you can play it through multilple times because you can carry your stats over.
Conclusion: This is not the best of spidey games (web of shadows and shattered dimensions much better) but I still loved this game. Yes you cannot use your web swinging to the best of your abilities but the storyline makes up for that and getting to play as both 2099 and amazing. I had a lot of fun with this game and if you're a marvel fan too you will as well.