Conclusion: And that kind of sums up how I feel about the Amazing Spider-Man in general. Unless you’re some kind of rabid Spider-Man fan that absolutely must experience the super hero in every form of media possible, I’d urge you to not waste your time with the Amazing Spider-Man. While it’s not an offensively bad experience, and certainly works well enough for the most part, the character definitely deserves better than it’s getting here, or has for the past couple games.
Summary: The Blast Factor: The Amazing Spider-Man isn’t a bad game — it’s just not a very amazing one. There are moments of sheer joy here, like when you’re swinging through the city as the webhead, but those moments are constantly interrupted by questionable design choices and the game’s insistence on not letting you have a good camera angle at any time. You’re going to have fun with Spider-Man, but it’s flawed fun at best.