Reviews and Problems with Spider-Man: Friend or Foe
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1 August 2010
Summary: the plot is exciting enough, and the thought of getting to play with spiderman's worst enemies is cool, but the only thing you get to do is kill "phantoms" over...and over....and OVER! that gets tiring.after 4 levels of fighting phantoms you do get to fight in a boss mode against spiderman's enemies,but its exactly like fighting the phantoms.the graphics really stink.
Summary: First of all the fact that the game has bad graphics does not help,and what do they do they make the game too short. The location choices were terrible I think they could take the time to make good locations. The attacks are bad. Hello? New Goblin and Green Goblin cannot throw pumpkin bombs and fly on their Goblin Gliders!!!!!
Summary: I recently rented Spider-man Fof. Boy was that a good call. Not because the game is good, but being such a huge Spider-man fan, I'm glad I didn't rush in and buy it the moment it came out. Now I knew the graphics were going to be so-so from the trailers on tv. However, the gameplay in general is as poor as the graphics. The attacks are limited, unless your Spider-man, and become quickly repetative.
Co-op mode is fun - don't bother buying it to play on your own.
Barbie Bino, amazon.co.uk
14 March 2008
Summary: The Positives: This is a fun wee game. Much in the vain of Marvel ultimate Alliance although simpler and a lot shorter. Essentially you control Spiderman and you select a "sidekick" to join you during your missions. The sidekick will be one of Spidey's long time foe's (such as Green Goblin, Dr Octopus - you get the idea...). The game is essentially a side scrolling platformer and it does this job well.