Summary: it's not the best game I've ever played but it's a whole lot better than the movie but it's still does have a few things, the cut scenes are fairly annoying but other than that it's a rather okay game, and it's very okay given the cost Have fun
Summary: I gave it a two stars because I thought it was very boring and teenage-like, I enjoyed playing it when I was 12 but not now. The game hasn't really improve since then, nothing really special about this game, the web slingling mechanism was very weird and awkward, I still don't quite know how to...
Summary: This game seems like a cash grab like many other video game adaptation from movies (though the plots are different). The gameplay seems lazily done and combat is a cheaply generic application of the Batman Arkham series.
Summary: Many gamers (at least those who are old enough) long for a Spider-Man video game that generates the same unadulterated joy from web-slinging around NYC as the original Spider-Man 2 video game, which was released for the sixth generation consoles (Xbox, PS2, Gamecube).
Summary: The first game was so good, it didn't feel like you were playing a movie tie-in game. This game was just so freaking boring, I didn't even bother to finish it. Activision, what were you thinking?
Summary: Unfortunately this latest Spidey game is a huge disappointment. Beenox has had their chance with a character that deserves AAA treatment and have failed. Maybe it's Activision's fault for tying their hands either creatively or financially but regardless this game is a mess.
Summary: I have been a fan of Spider-man since I was a kid and with games being what they are now and taking advantage of the technology available it makes me sad that this is the best anyone cared to do with this character.