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Submitted by js726 1111d ago | news

Amazing Spider-Man Gets Unlockable Comics

Unlockable extras in games are not uncommon. Usually, you get bits of concept art, or character designs. Maybe some bonus costumes or characters. Marvel and Beenox, however, have found the best way to appeal to comic fans playing Amazing Spider-Man. (3DS, Dev, Nintendo DS, PC, PS3, The Amazing Spider-Man, Wii, Xbox 360)

NukaCola  +   1111d ago
Cool. I love uniqur unlockables. Like games in Smash or Animal Crossing, the iPOD in MGS4, and even Zork in COD. Anything that is bazaaro. I hope this game can be the new gen Spidey 2. I really really hope so!
Dmd  +   1111d ago
So do I, my friend. It seems to me that no one is even keeping an eye on this one, but I am crazily excited for it! I'am waiting for a great spider game for years!

Edit: about the unique unloackable, there is also Assassin's Creed 2 and beyond. I loved to play through puzzles to get those eden videos.
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