I will say that the combat mode makes for some great hand-to-hand fighting that reminds me a good bit of ...
16 September 2014
Summary: The only other Spider-man game I've had previous to this one is Web of Shadows (WoS) so I will compare and contrast it to it. First, I will say that the combat mode makes for some great hand-to-hand fighting that reminds me a good bit of Arkham combat with Batman. After a while of undisturbed combo hits during combat, you get the chance to enact a special which will finish off the victim in a variety of pretty sweet moves.
Wait... something's wrong... This game is actually... good?!?
Mr. Charles J. Lore, Amazon
1 September 2014
Summary: It's taken a while (like 10 years), but Spider-Man is finally back in a good game. And it's pretty damn good. Full disclosure: I have played just about every non-handheld Spider-Man game since they went 3-D with the 2000 PS1 Spider-Man game. That Spider-Man game was great for its time but it was the 2004 Spider-Man 2 game that really nailed the formula, with the first open-world Manhattan setting and the first web-swinging system where the webs hit nearby buildings.
This Game Is For Casual Gamers, And There's Nothing Wrong With That
13 May 2014
Summary: Pros:. The combat system is very similar to the Arkham games. The side missions have been integrated into the overall flow of the game. You need to work on them as you complete the story or else you have a harder time. The boss fights were relatively simple, but were pretty long which made them great. The villain choices were excellent. (Kingpin, Carnage, Kraven, Shocker, Black Cat, Electro, Green Goblin.