"The game is broken down into chapters, 12 in all, each of which has a specific mission you’ll need to complete in order to advance the story. The missions will have you swinging across the city, underground in the sewers, high up in OsCorp towers and sometimes on the streets of Manhattan. Along the way, you’ll face off against Smythe’s robots, programmed to detect and destroy mutations (like yourself), mutated citizens, some of which spew poisonous projectile vomit (fun!), mini-bosses, and the most epic boss fights I’ve ever seen in a Spider-Man game. We’re talking about gigantic robot battles that span several city blocks or an entire park. For example, a giant robotic snake/worm that burrows through the streets and towers well above the roofs of several buildings! Seriously, those boss fights were awesome! The other enemies you face off against are terribly generic and really are nothing more than a nuisance, especially considering that you can pick them off one by one with a stealth takedown, retreat, and then repeat the process. This is the case with both the mutated citizens and the armed OsCorp guards. To be fair, I did have the difficulty turned down low, so battles were fairly easy and death was extremely rare. Only when I was completely careless of my surroundings in a battle against multiple enemies did I ever die.", writes NintendoFuse.