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Submitted by discordman 549d ago | review

The Amazing Spider-Man: Ultimate Edition Review [Capsule Computers]

Dustin Spencer from Capsule Computers writes: "Last year, The Amazing Spider-Man was released to decent praise, bringing back the hero after a few mediocre releases that have popped up on shelves during the past few years. It didn’t shatter records or blow our minds, but it was still a huge jump into the right direction. The Wii U has seen almost all ports since it’s launch, and even though that does become a tiresome sight, getting those blue cases on shelves is a good thing. The Amazing Spider-Man: Ultimate Edition brings together the full package of the original game we seen last year, adds a few tricks with the Gamepad, and throws in every bit of DLC as a nice bonus. It sounds like a great port, but does Peter Parker swing and miss in his big debut on the Wii U?" (The Amazing Spider-Man: Ultimate Edition, Wii U) 7.5/10

Derekvinyard13  +   548d ago
Might have to pick this up

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