Summary: For the most part, they got this one right. Good combat, decent story, decent graphics. The swinging (the most important part) is rather well done. 95% of your webs will attach to actual buildings, the only time they will hit the sky is when you are really high up.
Summary: I bought the game used and was at first skeptical that it would work or even look in good condition, but when I finally got it, it was great! The game turned out to be so much fun but the sad thing is you can't start over with all the powers you gained :( other than that, I highly recommend.
Summary: After wasting my time on Spider-Man 3 and finishing The Amazing Spider-Man I was looking for another free roaming Spidey game. Started reading reviews for Web of Shadows and decided to invest the time and money. Not sure why it took 4 years to start playing this but I am sure glad I did.
Summary: I'll be honest about the glitches; there were a lot. But great combat, decent graphics, the funny and ridiculously cheesy story makes this a must buy. Switching between the suits makes for excellent combat, the web swinging was excellent.
Summary: Let me start off by saying that Spider-Man 2 , one of the best "movie" tie-in video games ever, was one of my all time favorite games of the original Xbox's lifespan. I always saw Web of Shadows, but ignored it for whatever reason.
Summary: What can I really say? I'm a huge Spider-Man fan and if you're like me, all of the game's hiccups really gravitate a game that many will call sorta mediocre. With cameos like Luke Cage and Wolverine and the inclusion of putting the web slinger back in black, all I can say is this is fan service of...