Summary: I bought this game for my son's 4th birthday. He loved watching me play the demo, but I was so tired of the same level over and over again I bit the bullet to get the whole game. To my surprise when we put the game in he insisted on playing because it was his game. He'd never used the controller before but after 15 minutes he had the general idea. He passed the first level and unlocked 25 gamerscore in his first sitting.
Summary: This game is similar to Marvel Ultimate Alliance except the art is of a different style and some would say more simplified. You can play by yourself or team up and take on the bad guys, it's cool to also be able to play some 'bad' guys who cooperate with you to take down the real enemy. I got my used version of the game for about $11 (which includes shipping) so it's a definite buy at that price level...I'm not sure if I would want to pay more than $15 for it, however.
Summary: The action-adventure brawler, developed by Next Level Games and published by Activision, started out with a unique idea - that Spidey would battle a horde of mysterious baddies with the help of his sworn Marvel-universe enemies. But what begins as an interesting premise turns out to be the most ordinary of gaming experiences, and Spider-Man: Friend or Foe very early on proves itself to be its own worst enemy.
Summary: personally i rate this a good game for kids, in fact a great game for kids. My 3 and a half old loves spiderman and eventually caused me to download the demo from live. He loved that level so much I went ahead and got him the game and in true style he has flown right through it with me and loves it. We've had a great time playing together and you would be surprised what a child can learn from even a game.
Summary: This game is incredibly fun if you are younger than say, eleven. And it is fun if you like to play games like these with a younger person. I have found that if you try and play a game in Co-op with a preteen that you need to be able to either adjust the difficulty or have it be a little easier to start with. This game fills that niche. Graphics are slanted more towards the younger side and the game is just right for a smaller game fan.
Summary: I got this game for [...]and I gotta say it was a lot better then the reviews I looked at. you start off as spiderman and you beat different bad guys. after you beat one then they join you. I felt the game was well orginized. You are asked to find certain things in the game and I felt they were placed well and you could find them relativly easy. One thing I hate the most about the "find the fill in the blank" on any game is how hard they are to find.
Summary: [Minor Spoiler Ahead] Spider-Man: Friend or Foe is good game for a linear two player beat 'em up ... its fighting system seems better than similar games, such as Marvel Ultimate Alliance, and has a wide array of combos, but that seems to be the game's primary strength. The game is unfortunately not without its flaws: the gameplay is short, linear and relatively easy - you could probably beat the game in a single 12 hour sitting ...