AU To Get Spidey 3 For PS3

Austrailia is about to get web swinging come May 30.

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AcidRhain6209d ago

Now they can experience choppy framerate.


Ranking Every Spider-Man Game From Worst To Best

From the Amazing Spider-Man series to the most recent titles and DLCs, explore which Spider-Man game deserves to be ranked first and why.

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Sonic1881188d ago (Edited 188d ago )

Spider-Man 2 (2004) and Ultimate Spider-Man use to be my favorite until Insomniac games took over.

Inverno187d ago

I'd still choose Ultimate above all other games, followed by Shattered Dimensions

Abnor_Mal187d ago (Edited 187d ago )

My favorite and still champion Spiderman PS2, followed by Marvels Spiderman2, then Miles Morales, followed by Marvels Spiderman, and finally Ultimate Spiderman.

I need to drag out my PS3 and try Web of Shadows, owned the game for years and years and never played.

Rimeskeem187d ago

Shout out to cultured vultures for NOT making this 40 separate pages.

Relientk77187d ago

Spider-Man (2000), Spider-Man 2: Enter Electro, and Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions were all so good! I have fond memories playing them.


The Most Disappointing Video Game Sequels - Part Five

Phil writes, "It's never a good feeling to be hyped for the next installment of one of your favorite franchises, and then POW! You're blindsided with an extremely disappointing game that hardly lives up to your anticipation and hype. That's the focus of The Most Disappointing Video Game Sequels, and now we're at the fifth installment. This are six more of those games that were either rushed out, released in a broken or incomplete state, or were simply less than stellar experiences overall.

After you browse through and read up on the latest unfortunate games added to this growing series of articles, which game sequels that haven't already been mentioned in a previous article do you think should be added in a future installment?"

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James Pond: Robocod and Impossible Mission due for imminent release on Switch

As revealed in the latest Argos catalogue, budget publisher System 3 is about to release a range of £9.99 code-in-a-box Switch titles. An unlikely source if ever there was.

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bigmalky1945d ago

Loved these games back on the Amiga. System 3 need to release a C64 pack with Last Ninja and Myth too.

Fritzwochel1945d ago

I do wonder how these games hold up today. I loved Robocod when it first came out, but help me that feels like a past lifetime, it’s been so long. The Amiga days were great.