Reviews and Problems with Spider-Man: Friend or Foe
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master gu, Amazon
15 September 2013
Summary: I like the game, but the disc was scratched. Did not work at first, but after giving a scratch remover treatment it worked fine. I would recommend to buy from the seller, but be aware that you are not getting like new. But you do save some money.
Summary: Typical button masher with the same enemies appearing every level. Playing with the multiple other characters is fun for a little while. The graphics are well done. The game can be beaten in 10-14 hours, and after that the only replay is a versus arena for offline play.
Summary: First off this is not a game for those who have played Gears,Halo,Cod4 etc. This is a very linear not very new just a fun kid game for around 10 hours. I bought this game for 12.48, which to me is a reasonable price. After playing it, I would say this is good for around 10-20$, but beyond that its not worth it. The achievements are relatively easy I got 925. The game is extremely easy i failed one time, because i died fighting a boss one time.
Summary: Let me first start by saying this game is intended for children to play. The game play is VERY simple. Three buttons is all that is needed for the game. The game play on the other hand is pretty fun, slashing and bashing the bad guys always fun (BUT only for a little while) The game gets old, quick!!! But if you got little kids and wanna get them glued to the tv set for awhile then this game is for you!!!
Summary: First of all I'm not too fond of the matter of paying $40 - $60 on a game that I can beat within a 24 hour period. Unfornuately this is one of those games that fall into that category. Most of the other reviewers are right, it is very repeative. This is a game that's worth renting but definately not worth buying.
Summary: The first poster was absolutely right. First, the graphics are good but its just another game based on the same controlls that every other top down combat game is based on. I think its neat to play the villians for a change but really doesn't present anything new or novel. If you have Ultimate Alliance or Justice League this will feel quite the same. On the other hand, my kids love it and don't know or care about its plain-ness so that makes it a winner for me.
Only for the Dedicated Web-heads! Definitely not an Amazing Spiderman Game
Mr. S. W. Steel "stephensteel", amazon.co.uk
1 February 2009
Summary: There have been some great Spiderman games on consoles over the years - remember Spiderman and Spiderman : Enter Electro on the playstation one? Or how about Spiderman 2, and Ultimate Spiderman on PS2? This sadly, is a poor relation to those games. It is essentially a scrolling beat 'em up, and it is definitely targetted at a younger audience, and not hard core gamers. The graphics are not really memorable on a current generation console.
Excerpt: I bought this game when it was on special offer, and I didn't keep it for very long. It is a platform game in it's simplest form, and every level you play, Spiderman gets a new "sidekick" in the form of a nemesis turned good guy. There is a special appearance from Blade (of the Blade movie series) which is a bit of an easter egg for the fans of the movies.