Some new screenshots of Spider-man for Xbox 360 and PLAYSTATION 3 have appeared on the internet. They show us both the original spider-man suit, as well the new, black spider-man suit.
I'm stoked about this game. I'm glad I'll be getting the PS3 version too since we get this added feature. http://ps3.ign.com/articles...
5 minutes of interviews and trailers. wow. stuff that will be on the dvd. pointless. and you can fly around as harry-goblin. then 10 minutes later you'll get bored of it because it won't be nearly as fun as swinging with spider-man.
Week old news is pointless. :o
Good for you #1.
...the 360 will likely get the same thing....if not more....just made available later, via LIVE. ;)
Perhaps, but I'm sure it's just Sony being annoying and giving themselves more content...as it is a Sony film, with Spiderman lettering on every ps3...
....they can't mandate any exclusive material for the games ; those rights are held by Activision. Sony likely paid a lot of $$ for this "exclusive" content, just like MS did with the XBOX version of S-M1 (the PS2 version had NO extra content).
game looks fun looking forward to some sixaxis relationships with Spidey.. The latest sixaxis innovation i read about was MLBS motion based swingin.
Spiderman games they'll become tedious and boring after a short while, no thanks! +_-
the 1st game needed more outdoor attention. the 2nd one needed more indoor attention. from the interviews they've made it clear that the city is massive and there will be many detailed indoor levels. plus 3 subway lines. which isn't anywhere near how many there are. but it's a start. also, Spider-man looks good but still skinny compared to the movie spidey. which is wierd because movie games usually exaggerate the size.
I am jealous now...and if this tilt controlled character is cool I will buy the ps3 version that is unless the 360 version runs better, but I'm pretty sure Activision will get them running exactly on par...
Hope they dont turn this game into a Superman Returns, because by the looks of the screens they still have a hell of alot of work to do.
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