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Submitted by Thrallia 977d ago | review

SBG Review | The Amazing Spider-Man: Caught in a superhero web

Justin Last: "The Amazing Spider-Man is equal parts Batman: Arkham Asylum and inFamous, and the combination works. The game story picks up after the film is over; I won’t spoil any story beats for you here, but I also can’t advise you whether the game contains spoilers from the film. What I can tell you is that, as a game, The Amazing Spider-Man is fun, but the inspiration draws are obvious, and I found myself missing those games instead of thinking that Beenox took a good idea and made it great. What really happened is that they jammed two great games together and got a good one." (PS3, The Amazing Spider-Man, Xbox 360) 3/5

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