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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 770d ago | review

GamingExcellece's The Amazing Spider-Man Review

GE:

Recently, I read somewhere that suggested the mark of a good superhero game is that it leaves you feeling...well, like a superhero. I don't think this is something anyone would dispute. I mean, what made both Arkham games great is that they left you feeling like Batman as you skulked about in the shadows, striking fear into criminals' hearts. The best Incredible Hulk games work because they turn you into a rampaging green rage monster and let you destroy everything in your path. Conversely, video game versions of Iron Man, Aquaman and Superman all failed because – in addition to being clunky, buggy pieces of garbage – they did a lousy job of capturing the essences of their characters. (PS3, The Amazing Spider-Man, Xbox 360) 8/10

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