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Submitted by Wick 876d ago | review

The Amazing Spider-Man Review | WGTC

Chad from We Got This Covered wrote:

"With great power comes great responsibility. Those words, or at least a variation of them, have been at the basis of Marvel‘s Spider-Man lore since 1962, when the web-slinger came to fictional life thanks to a pen, some ink and Stan Lee. The meaning of what has become an iconic line is quite straight-forward, and perfectly describes Peter Parker’s second life as a costumed superhero, following a bite from a radioactive spider. Despite being gifted with incredible reflexes, amazing powers and a rather helpful sixth sense, the young student’s strange encounter with a laboratory-bred arachnid also forced him to grow up." (PS3, The Amazing Spider-Man, Xbox 360) 75/100

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