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- Feel the adrenaline of the Black-Suited Spider-Man - Unleash new abilities and powers, but watch out -- the rush of intensified powers could overwhelm you
- More freedom than ever - Enjoy unprecedented freedom as you swing through the city. Roam anywhere and explore the most massive, detailed New York City ever seen in a Spider-Man game
- Battle 10 of Spider-Man's most infamous enemies from the movie and comics, including Sandman and Venom
- All-new combat system - Empower both Spider-Men with suit-specific powers and abilities -- with new attacks and finishers for both Classic and Black-Suited Spider-Man
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Top Customer Reviews
-The game looks great and especially when your webslinging through NY at night time.
-They've added a God of War kick to it. You're now involved in the cinematic action scenes. I think i'm about half way through and the extra moves that can be unlocked is kinda cool.
-You can now walk inside some buildings for certain missions.
-Added different missions
( disarming bombs, taking pictures, taking MJ for web slinging field trip )
-Even though the game looks great, there are alot of graphic bugs.
( alot of seaming and clipping )
( Characters getting pushed into walls, enemies get stuck )
-A.I. needs help.
(enemies will run away.. are simply just stare at you)
-I wish they would've implented a good soundtrack.
-Not sure about this complaint of mine, but i wish or hope.. that i'll be able to play a villian when i beat the game. I heard you can play the goblin... but.. i'd rather play sandman or venom.
Overall, its a good game. If your a spidey fan, its a great game. it's always fun to swing around the city.
Bosses and some missions felt unnecessarily frustrating, unable to see some enemies, while they would attack what you were trying to protect. I also had several problems with mission "coins" disappearing. Stupidly powerful enemies that stopped taking damage after you had given them an unrelenting beating for nearly 10 minutes, knocking them over countless times.
The "God of War"-esque button system is really innovative, and absurdly complicated. God of War normally limited its buttons to just the face buttons. This one throws face, control stick movements and R1,R2, L1, L2 at incredibly inept time, so unless you are really quick, some give you less than a second to complete the combination. Luckily when you mess up a combination, you are never put back at the "start of the level" or anything, it just repeats and unlike God of War, it will use the same sequence you just failed, however, fail one against a boss character, he can do up to 25% damage to you, 4 failures and you are toast, or really close to it. Control could have had more attention paid to it. The swinging is cool, but run into a bulding and the camera will sometimes freak and get stuck somewhere momentarily, thats not a terrible detriment to gameplay, its when the camera gets stuck somewhere in a fight and you swinging at nothing you can see, thats frustrating.
Bruce Campbell makes his return as the Narrator, though he really gives you nothing new for this game aside from the "Matrix-Style" bullet time. If you have played Spider-man 2, dont expect too much new here. Like I said a fresh coat of paint.
This does not exactly live up to the free roaming sandbox gameplay. Framerate tends to struggle in closed areas, people are not very well detailed at all, they all look like scared puppy dogs, while you are very well designed, and the highest amount of detail is paid to Spidey and the bosses.
With that said this game does have its shiny points. Physics are somewhat used here, the sun reflects off windows realistically, at night you can go to buildings and look inside, even though they may be a cheap-o JPEG sitting behind a window, detail was paid to it a little. Spidey looks incredible, up close you can really see the detail in the suit, and black suit spidey is a crazy blast to play. However, *(SPOILER)*
when you get towards the end, and you have to fight Venom and Sandman, Venom is not really a problem, as long as you keep him stunned. Sandman is a pain in the glutes when you take over as New Goblin, the sixaxis control is frustrating. Laying down while playing this part is almost impossible. And judging the bombs is all hands down frustrating for a casual gamer such as myself.
If time and attention were paid to this game it could truly have been incredible. I would have waited another 6 months to a year for a truly great Spiderman game rather than 3 mediocre ones. This game is fun, and if you are a Spidey-freak, definitley dont pass this one up. If you understand the history of film-game franchises give this one a rent. Other than that, pass this one by. Or pick up Rainbow six, or even the Darkness.
I dislike that they have introduced two versions of the game on the PS3. It has confused a lot of people and made others mad because they cannot be the New Goblin.
To me this is the same repetitive event that happen from the first Spider-man to second game. When Spider-man the movie/game was made it was mostly inside fighting and in the air combat with the annoying "get near the ground and die" thing. Also it had many arcade inside Training system type things to do. The second one had a larger city you could walk around in minus some of the sub games. Although it did have a mini arcade with mini games. The differences are great and the point is that from this first Spiderman PS3 game to the next may be even more tremendous because they didn't really take anything out to add more of something else in for the third. So when they get it together and think more plus work harder there will be a great Spider-man 4. I know they didn't work very hard on this third one. The first two was worked on more. They just copy and pasted from the second game. On this Spider-man 3D modelers did more work, animators did less work, and all the rest was copied and it was still all together was less than the first two as far as actual labor. I know this because of the end result.
The PS3's first Spider-man game is under it's true potential.
Lastly it's just very boring to me and for 60 USD it wasn't worth the money. If it was at most 15 USD it would be alright.
I was disappointed and cannot gather how fun this game is considering it could be better. I give it low points based on the earlier work. Someone who hasn't ever played the past games might think more highly of it.