This game stays just interesting enough to keep you entertained until the end. Yes, you can get through most of the game by mashing the square & triangle buttons. However, the Noir levels require stealth, the boss battles against famous Spider Man enemies are fun (more than button mashing), and the challenges that allow you to unlock upgrades gives you something to focus on during each level.
This is a perfect rental, but I would not recommend buying it. Once you've played through it, there's nothing to go back for unless you are a completionist nut. Even after that, there's no multiplayer or anything else to keep you occupied.
posted by rottenbeef (RUSSELLVILLE, AR) Sep 29, 2010
Member since Sep 2010
I played this game last week for 5 days and found the controls not tuned and a little hard to maneuver. I had problems with the sound it kept going into what sounds like overdrive on an amp. Not pleasant... Another issue I had was the level two before endgame where the doc octo is the game went and locked up right as i started the boss battle with the giant claw. good idea. not tuned as it should be. If the makers of games keep pushing release dates over functionality and flow our gaming future is as futile as the ten times i tried to get this game to not lock up on me .
Since the first open world spiderman game i was hooked.. 2 came out and showed the world a good time.. 3 came out and made us all ask why we traded in 2 for 3. Since 3 there has yet to be a spiderman game that pulls me in in the first 5 minutes (most i will turn on then turn off and return.ie:web of shadows) Now this game is a well made game begining to end. it gives you 4 spidermen and you want to keep going with each.. since there are only 4 main levels per spiderman the game is fairly short.. but it tells me that if beenox decides to make another game (spiderman hopfully) then i support them 110%