Reviews and Problems with Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions
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Four Times The Fun?
Taylor Weavil, Game Informer
28 September 2010
Summary: I love the Spiderman games. Well, I loved the PSOne Spiderman and the sequel "Enter Electro." I also loved the second and third movie games. While this game gives me a great Spidey fix, I can't say that I love the game, but it is does give you a hell of a ride.
Summary: I really enjoyed Shattered Dimensions. It's a really fun game and it has a variety of different Spider-men, which helps keep the game from becoming repetitive. There are four different Spider-men: Ultimate, Amazing, 2099 and Noir.
Walloping Webslingers - it's Spider-MEN to the rescue!
J Brackell, amazon.co.uk
27 March 2012
Summary: After a run of free-roaming Spider-Man games (Spider-Man 2 & 3, Ultimate Spider-Man), Activision have returned to the more linear style of storytelling for Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions, which takes places in the standard Marvel Universe, with plot duties handled by current Spider-Man comic...
Not quite a step back for the franchise, but more of a side-step
26 March 2012
Excerpt: After a run of free-roaming Spider-Man games (Spider-Man 2 & 3, Ultimate Spider-Man), Activision have returned to the more linear style of storytelling for Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions, which takes places in the standard Marvel Universe, with plot duties handled by current Spider-Man comic...
Surprisinlgy funny and addicted, good Spider-man game!
Iori Yagami, amazon.co.uk
2 August 2011
Summary: Even if the first Spider-man game made by Neversoft (Dreamcast, Psx) is still the best Spidey game made, this Shattered Dimensions rises on the top of the other Marvel-based games seen during this console generation.
Great game for a true fan, and still a fun game for non-fans.
23 May 2011
Excerpt: Spider-man Shattered dimensions is probably one of the best comic book games to date. This game touches on all of our favorite spider-man's including amazing, ultimate (in which he has venom's symbiote powers), Noir (a retro 1920's spider-man), and finally 2099 ( a future spider-man known as Miguel...
Summary: Superheroes and computer games have never been easy bedfellows; for every `Batman: Arkham Asylum' there are ten `Superman 64'. The problem is that your average superhero can pretty much beat up everyone, except for your average super villain.
Summary: Purchased as a Christmas present and my son has had hours of fun with it. We played the previous title "Web of Shadows" and we all had hours of fun, but this title for me is not as fluid as the previous title.
Summary: I actually loved this spider man game! I have both, spider man web of shadows, and this one. I can't really tell which is the best but they both have their own good things. Spider man shattered dimensions has an awsome combat system and four different gameplays and that makes the game more...
Summary: I really enjoy the main gameplay, lots of web slinging and fighting moves, and I particularly enjoy the Spiderman Noir universe which is really atmospheric and well thought out. However, the end-of-level bosses are repetitive and dull.