The Amazing Spider man Review | Features and Ratings
Review and General info:The Amazing Spider-Man isn't a great game. Its villains are b-listers, its side missions are repetitive, and its combat/reversal/stealth system is pulled from Arkham City but without the sharp, fluid animations. But here's the most important thing: The Amazing Spider-Man is a fun game.
Set as an epilogue to the movie with the same name, The Amazing Spider-Man game will begin ruining plot points for the unreleased film pretty much as soon as you start it up. You find out which main characters lived and died, and a tale centered around the virus that made Curt Connors the Lizard getting released in New York takes off.
Through more than 20 missions involving Rhino and the Iguana, you web and wail on bad guys. The movie's actors didn't lend their voices to this game, but the cast that is here is solid and actually delivers some cool moments for fans. Sadly, most of the plot points are ho-hum -- with the exception of a truly fascinating run-in with Felicia Hardy -- and it's all about the action, which rewards you with XP for spider-upgrades.
The formula makes it easy to look like a superhero and take out a roomful of baddies with webs and signature moves for flair. If you're more inclined to crawl on the ceiling unnoticed, Spider-Man can execute stealth takedowns where he puts villains in web cocoons and brings them back to the ceiling (theoretically to leave there until they starve or the web dissolves and they plummet back to the floor breaking all their bones).
Good feautres in The Amazing Spider-man: free-flowing combat,Plenty of Acrobatic Take downs,web-based snare attacks and spectacular mid-air dodges.
Game Platforms: Pc, XBOX,PS3,wii,NDS,3DS and Android.
Rating : IGN(7) Gamespot.com(7.5) Gamezone.com(8.5)
Release Date: June 26 2012
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