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Submitted by JRPGLuva 940d ago | review

The Amazing Spider-Man Review | Tech-Gaming

Despite having a number of key mechanics lifted right out of the Akham franchise and a few control issues, The Amazing Spider-Man habitually articulates what it’s like to be an agile, sinewy superhero. (PS3, The Amazing Spider-Man, Xbox 360) B-/A+

JRPGLuva  +   940d ago
Not a bad score. I can wait for this game's price to swing down from the sky.
madmad  +   940d ago
Sounds like a lot of taken right out of Batman. Rocksteady should be honored. They created the comic book game template.
RaptorMan  +   940d ago
Is it me or do all the screenshots from the game look much better than actual in-game graphics?
sharpsword  +   940d ago
Pretty good review.

I am confused about one thing. With Sam Raimi not attached to the films and games, why is Bruce Campell still around? I don't mind the guy just surprised they he wouldn't stand by his friend.
mediastudies  +   940d ago
Supposedly the split between Raimi and Sony was amicable and Bruce needs to make a living, you know.

Source: http://www.empireonline.com...
PS3Freak  +   940d ago
If this game is anything like Spiderman 2 I want it.
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