Arguably, that's the point that surmises the Spider-Man: Web of Shadows experience. Shaba Studios has put a good foundation in place, but they need to do more with it. The combat system solves one of the biggest problems that has plagued Spider-Man games, but some moves totally overshadow others. With all of the good they did on the combat side of things, they've brushed aside other important aspects of the game like the web-swinging and mission variety, and focused on the silly story and cramming in cameos from other Marvel superheroes. If you put Web of Shadows' combat system together with Spider-Man 2's swing system and a more interesting set of missions, you might have a Spider-Man game that's worthy of the license.