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2.33 stars 2.33/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews spread across 11 releases and 0 DLC
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is not a great game, let's get that out of the way early, and after 2012s surprisingly ok ‘The amazing Spider-Man’ it is both a disappointment and a definite backwards step for the series.The combat is visually flashy but void of any real depth.The first major complaint that can be put against the game is that even on a high end PC the frame rate is constantly choppy, with visual screen tearing and seemingly random frame rate dips even when nothing to crazy i...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
When Spider-Man 2 came out for the original X-Box, I was so impressed by its communication of the kinesis particular to Peter Parker's Manhattan exploits, that I kept swinging long after I had completed all of the assigned objectives.Since then, the most interesting thing about Spider-Man games has been the ability of Treyarch and then Beenox to lose the plot in new and astonishing ways. From poor mechanics in Spider-Man 3 to the mind-boggling many-Spider-Mans of Shattered Dimensions and Edge of...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Shattered Dimensions.Edge of Time.The Amazing Spider-Man.And now The Amazing Spider-Man 2.These are the games developed by Beenox since they became the go-to Spidey guys.None of them were truly great games, but at least the first two they got to stretch their legs a little creatively and do things you hadn't seen in a Spider-Man game before what with them capitalizing on the Spider-Men of multiple Spider-Man continuities.Then Spider-Man came back in movie form and so the games became tie-ins for...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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