On paper, this is a great action game, you get to go through the marvel universe as four different spidermen, each with their own unique attributes, etc.
Unfortunately the follow through on making the game just isn't there. The response time on controls and actions is sub par at best, the combos are pretty uncreative, and the achievement system (necessary for unlocking skills) is ridiculous, not in the objectives, but rather the order it shows you them, often showing objectives for the end of the mission first, and the beginning afterwards. But the biggest issue I've found with this game is targeting, at any point of the game there are probably a dozen or more targets on the screen, for object interation, mobility, or combat, all of which can be interacted with at any time, and basically using the exact same buttons, so if you want to perform action A, but the targeting system doesn't want to change your target, you'll likely end up performing action C, which is probably the thing you least want to do.
Despite the questionable gameplay itself, the visuals, music, voices, and character designs are all pretty good, though the only character that really has a unique play style would be Spiderman Noir, which honestly they should consider doing a dedicated game for it. Anyway, worth checking out for a fan of the marvel universe, that's about it though.