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Spider-Man: Web of Shadows - Xbox 360

Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Teen
78 customer reviews
Metascore: 68 / 100

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  • Not-So-Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man - A fusion of web-slinging and powerful combat moves combine to create an unbeatable, all-new fighting system that intuitively blends Spider-Man's speed and strength with the environment for deadly new attacks and combos
  • Anything Goes - At a moment's notice, you can harness the grace, agility and acrobatics of Spider-Man Red Suit, or leverage the brute, savage power of the Black Suit. Switch suits at any time to create devastating never-before-seen combos and finishing moves
  • The City That Never Sleeps - Teeming with life, the Big Apple is more alive than ever before in the Spider-Man series. Citizens will either cheer Spider-Man on or run away in fear, depending on your actions and decisions
  • Increased city interactivity and destructibility allow you to pick up and use anything in your way as a weapon, destroy store fronts, demolish vehicles, and virtually obliterate city streets with powerful attacks
  • With some of the greatest heroes and most notorious villains in the Marvel Universe, including staples such as Luke Cage and Vulture, your choices control who will ultimately aid you in the fight to rid New York of the alien symbiote
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A mysterious, creepy, gooey substance is enveloping all of New York City, and it's your job to stop it! The first truly next-gen Spidey title is a can't-miss experience for fans of Marvel's web swinging, crime-busting hero. Xbox 360, PS3, Wii, PS2, DS, PC, Activision, T.

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Platform: Xbox 360
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  • ASIN: B001811BUI
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 21, 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,309 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on November 2, 2008
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Definitely the best Spider-Man game since Spider-Man 2 for the last-gen systems, Spider-Man: Web of Shadows takes the wall-crawler and his open world New York City to a whole new level. Playing as Spidey and being able to alternate between the classic and black costumes, you swing around New York City cracking heads and saving citizens, which is pretty much what we've been doing since Spider-Man 2. However, what's different with Web of Shadows is that the game rarely becomes boring and the missions rarely become tedious to boot. Also, the game's story is a surprising blast to play through. The longer you play Web of Shadows, the more you'll get enthralled, particularly in its final acts where the symbiotes begin to wreak havoc. The ability to (somewhat) choose your own path depending on your actions is a plus, and there's plenty of appearances from familiar faces on the sides of heroes and villains as well. The only real flaws of Web of Shadows are technical ones. There are some noticeable graphical glitches and sound hiccups, plus a few issues with the in-game camera. Still, swinging around New York City has never been more fun or easy to do, and the game manages to stay entertaining from start to finish. All in all, Spider-Man: Web of Shadows is by far the best Spider-Man game in a while, and is more than worthy of your time.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Relytia on August 7, 2011
Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Verified Purchase
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. I started paying more attention to it recently, and decided to give it a shot. It seems to be fans' favorite of the current generation of Spider-Man games, so why not? Is it worth it? Is Web of Shadows the best Spidey game out there right now? Well, it really depends on your perspective.

Web of Shadows continues in the tradition of the giant open world tradition started by SM2. Once again, web-swinging is absolute perfection. It's intuitive, it's fast, and the developers at Shaba and Treyarch did a great job at Spidey's animations. For fans of web-slinging, this is thee game to get. It's great. You'd expect that, of course, but Web of Shadows exceeds what I expected in that way. Of note is also the revamped and very dynamic combat system. It makes you feel like a very dexterous superhero like a Spider-man game should. There are various combat styles to utilize: ground, air, and wall. A surprisingly large amount of rpg elements show up, like experience points for defeating enemies and completing bonus missions. There is a pretty well-balanced leveling up system that you have access to which opens up as the story progresses, so there's a lot of balance. You also get access to two suits, the classic one and the symbiote, which both play different enough to compliment different play styles. The gameplay in WoS is very, very comprehensive and pretty huge. It's impressive.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By King Edward on October 28, 2008
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Spider-man: Web of Shadows is the quite different from 2 and 3 in the sense that it isn't based off of a movie, keeping the plot original, unexpected, and much more open. Another aspect is the fact that Spider-man interacts with a ton of other marvel super heroes throughout the game including: Luke Cage, Moon Knight, Black Cat, and Wolverine. The newest and by are the coolest aspect of Shadows is the fighting system. It is extremely fluid. Too fluid, as in "I have never seen combos like this in a game before." Awesome.

Another point of the game includes the ability to go from the red to the black suit anytime you want along with making "Good" and "Dark" decisions that affect how the story will unfold. It is obvious that this Spider-man game is heavily geared after the comic books featuring a "Teen" rating with: Animated Blood, Mild Language, and Violence.

Combat Combo System.
Larger area to explore.
Ability to Change Suits.
Damage to the City's environment. (Including cars!)
Long Game play

Follow camera is different from the other two games. (Not too much.)
Spider-man's voice over isn't too great.

Honestly, I was a little disappointed with the game for the first few hours, then I began to unlock the "Web Strike" combos and this changed the entire way the game is played. Soon after, I was fighting against Black Cat and free falling from a sky scraper in slow motion just like in the movies, except it was all controlled by me. This is what changed my mind.
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21 of 28 people found the following review helpful By WMartin on October 24, 2008
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Way back when Spiderman 2: The Game was being developed, someone had the brilliant revelation that what made Spiderman fun to play as was his amazing ability to locomote. This individual decided that the best way to represent this was to basically create (God forgive me) Grand Theft Spiderman. Riffing on the first line of the movie "My city, my playground" the developers made a detailed model of Manhattan for players to swing through. And by the way, they made web swinging intuitive and awesome. Since this time, all the Spiderman games (of which this, Spiderman: Web of Shadows, is the third) have stuck with this open world formula.
This is both a good and a bad thing. The Grand Theft Auto comparison is intentional, as the Spiderman series has take the best and worst from that series. The open world, the massive amount of hidden items, the seemingly arbitrary spike in mission difficulty, the inability to find ANYTHING until you've spent hours wandering around lost until you've started to memorize the map, plus a new one that is probably a superhero exclusive- random city events like burglaries and gang shootouts. In short, the games were a blast to play- until you actually tried to play it. Now, I'm not saying that the missions were all bad- but the general impression, like running into a gang shooting for the third time when you're trying to get somewhere- it get's annoying.
While Web of Shadows continues all of these trends, it tackles an issue that the previous game ignored: in the comics, and the movies, there was often little difference between locomotion and combat.
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