GameSpot: Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions Review

If you're going to steal, steal from the best, and the Noir dimension definitely has some sneaky appeal, part of which is fueled by the excellent art design that brings every universe to life in a unique and vibrant way. The lively visuals and diverse gameplay help keep Shattered Dimensions moving along at a good pace, and you'll likely finish just shy of the 10-hour mark, having enjoyed your journey.

After all, it's a lot of fun to feel like a superhero, and Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions creates this feeling very well. Small frustrations aside, this is not only a great Spider-Man game, it's also an entertaining action game that anyone with a penchant for superpowers can enjoy.

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ElDorado5038d ago

reviews were amazing. What happened with these 8.5 and 9. I hope this game get some nice scores, cause it's a great game IMO 8.5

5037d ago

I’d Die For A Web-Slinging Spider-Verse Game in the Same Visual Style As the Animated Films

TW: “With the recent release of the sequel film, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, I’ve been revisiting the astounding world of the Spider-Verse, enjoying both the prequel and the new sequel film in all their glory; and it’s led me to ask one question — why the hell isn’t there a Spider-Verse game?”

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blackblades374d ago

Didn't they already have that as a costume in the previous game.

purple101374d ago

There sure was a super sweet looking cell shaded suit. Made you feel like your actually playing a comic.

shinoff2183374d ago

The look is perfect we got enough games in that art style.

S2Killinit372d ago

It would still be sick though. And I dont mean cell shading to cut corners. It would have to be amazing like the movies themselves.

potatoseal373d ago

I too would like a whole game with the entire world looking like the animated movie. It could be awesome

jznrpg373d ago

I like this style better imo

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Top 10 Best Celebrity Gaming Cameos

Sometimes, companies feel they have to add a little star power to their games. So, they call in actual stars. Take a look at ten times where pulling in celebrities was a great idea.

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NecrumOddBoy1872d ago

Bill Clinton and the Beastie Boys in NBA Jam on SNES

1871d ago

Looking Back at Beenox’s History of Spider-Man games with studio co-head Thomas Wilson

Before Insomniac, there was Beenox; the studio reminisces on Shattered Dimensions, Edge of Time, and more

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CarlDechance2112d ago

"I only wish we had five years on any one of the Spider-Man games we made!"

Well, you don't have to work for Activision ya know. But yeah, they did a fair job considering the limited resources and well....Activision.

PhoenixUp2112d ago

TASM2 was like the last superhero movie that had a movie tie-in game accompanying it