CCC Says: "Movie licensed video games don’t just suck, it’s more complicated than that. More often than not, they are depressingly mediocre. You can’t make a Transformers game a generic shooter. Players want to be transforming into cars! You can’t make a Ratatouille game a generic platformer. Players want to be… cooking or something. Similarly, you can’t make The Amazing Spider-Man 2 a generic open world action game. People want to be swinging on webs and crawling up walls. Unfortunately, that’s the biggest problem with The Amazing Spider-Man 2. While the action is solid enough, the Spideyness of it all just doesn’t work."