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Submitted by Wiiloveit 715d ago | review

Wiiloveit.com: The Amazing Spider-Man - Wii Review

"Fictional or not, Peter Parker must be the envy of many hard-working photojournalists. He doesn't have to go out and look for scoops. They find him. Sure there's a great deal of trouble that goes along with that, but it's a price to pay for being in a position to speed up his career. Whoever thought one of the biggest stories would come right from under his wing, though? No, I'm not referring to his secret identity. It's the fact that despite not having any part to his life that would so much as hint at a state of boredom, that is the very nature of the predicament seen in The Amazing Spider-Man. Panelled with design choices that lack authenticity, depth, and significant progression beyond last year's Edge of Time, it is of worrying concern that this outcome has turned out to be so effacing. With not a single pass made towards even the smallest amount of triumph, it is with both surprise and upset that I say this is one forgettable Spider-Man game." -- Wiiloveit.com (The Amazing Spider-Man, Wii) 50/100

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