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Review: The Amazing Spider-Man – The Game

by on July 23, 2012 >> PS3ReviewsXbox

The Amazing Spider-Man is a strange game in that it’s a sequel to a movie that many people wrote off simply because it’s a reboot of a film franchise that ended less than a decade ago. For that reason alone many of the people who might want to play this game, which is actually rather well done, may be turned off. The story picks up moments after the movie ends and right away spoils who lives an dies in the film as well as many other events pertaining to the characters and how they relate to each other. For that reason talking about the game’s story will be incredibly limited in this review. But to see if it’s worthy of adding to your collection, renting or passing over, keep reading.

Spider-Man’s first ‘Edge of Time’ is 1:21 AKA that’s how long the teaser is

by on April 4, 2011 >> NewsPS3VideosXbox

OK, so I’m pretty much grasping for straws with that one, but hey, it’s a new teaser, for a Spider-Man game… which is exciting? Check it out below and see for yourself. Judging from this small bit of video, it appears that Spider-Man may have to get a littler more serious than usual this time, which I guess makes sense since he’s gonna have to deal with that whole going to the future to save the past thing. Or was it going to the past to save the future? No, meeting up with the dinosaurs and stopping Hitler? Something like that.

Spider-Man tightens up his shattered dimensions with ‘Edge of Time’

by on March 31, 2011 >> NewsPCPS3Xbox

Well, if you thought four different dimensions were too many, you’re in luck. Beenox’s Shattered Dimensions follow up will have only two: Amazing and 2099. Yes, the new Spider-Man game which features “a focused, action-packed adventure set in two connected and evolving timelines” will let us play as present and future Spidey in an attempt to “correct a timestream gone awry and prevent a catastrophic future brought on by the early and untimely death of Peter Parker.”

I guess this time he’s learned that playing a video game is perhaps a better way to fix his problems than making a deal with a demon. Way to go Spider-Man!

Edge of Time is slated to hit sometime this fall, and we should be getting a bit more news this weekend from WonderCon. What do you think, are two dimensions better than four, or is Spidey better off just swinging around the city, not having to worry about the distant future and all that?