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The Amazing Spider-Man- PS3

The Amazing Spider-Man- PS3
alaScore 89

49 reviews

Jul, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 49 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the graphics and size. The usability and controls are also appreciated. There are some critical comments about the story. Reviews are divided on the gameplay.

action, controls, usability, size, graphics

story

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the The Amazing Spider-Man- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

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The Amazing Spider-Man on Playstation 3

 

Another Spidey Adventure

The game itself is advertised as a free roaming action adventure and you certainly get to go just about anywhere you want, but random missions (that you can accept or skip) don't really come up just where you just happen to be. In other words, you...

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The Amazing Spider-Man

 

The Amazing Spider-Man picks up just after the events of the current summer film and follows the escape of genetically mutated Cross Species and an infected Manhattan populace. Its up to Spider-Man to save the day, fight the robots/monsters/whatever...

Lots of quality unlockables + Looks pretty good

Lazy story - What are you swinging from in Central Park? Sky Hooks? - Not enough attention paid to the iconic parts of New York

Amazing Spider-Man is an okay attempt to continue the movie, but it falls victim to taking the easy way out when it comes to the story and the return of lazy web swinging it a terrible thing. At least there are additional costumes.

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The Amazing Spider-Man Review

 

Okay, firstly a huge word of warning to anyone considering buying The Amazing Spider-Man without having seen the film first: don't. Despite coming out a week beforehand the game picks up straight after the movie and completely assumes that you've seen...

Bruce Campbell as the XTreme Journalist in a blimp issuing challenges, because it's Bruce Campbell.

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The Amazing Spider-Man

 

No, I'm not a huge Spider-Man fan. Call me casual. However, when I start a Spider-Man game, I go instantly into comic nerd mode. That's when I keep my phone handy so I can Google various character names and pretend to be an expert, like I've been with...

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The Amazing Spider-Man

 

Beenox has been in control of the Spider-Man video game series for a few years now and they haven't had much luck with the franchise. The last

The Amazing Spider-Man may not only go down as one of the best Spider-Man games but one of the better movie licensed games out there because it doesn’t feel like a movie game. Beenox did a great job of taking a movie based gaming and fleshing it out...

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The Amazing Spider-Man Review

 

The movie hits theaters today and I've had time to swing around an engaging, entertaining city in the game. However, while the sandbox approach utilized in The Amazing Spider-Man is refreshing when compared to the mostly linear recent Spidey...

The Ugly: “Okay, I think I’ve done this a few times before.”

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The Amazing Spider-Man Review

 

The Amazing Spider-Man is a fun and funny romp through a big, colorful city.

It's a blast to swing about the city ; Clever, laid-back sense of humor ; Some boss fights look very exciting ; Nice mix of combat and stealth

Indoor missions aren't as fun as outdoor ones ; Combat and boss fights are too easy

Story-driven chapters are notably more confining than the free-form gameplay that surrounds them. You investigate dull-looking sewers, where you notice technical drawbacks like heavy aliasing that go overlooked in Manhattan, which is saturated with...

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The Amazing Spider-Man Game Review

 

Another Spider-Man game is upon us, but it is worth your money, True Believer?

The visuals aren't stunning, the story isn't crazy exciting, and the missions get repetitive. But The Amazing Spider-Man is fun to play. Webbing bad guys, finding comics and swinging through the streets of Manhattan entertain, and even though I had the...

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The Amazing Spider-Man Review: 2012's Biggest Misnomer

 

With great power comes a great mess of a game.

Asidefrom the obvious answer of "to make money," it's tough to say whySony chose to reboot the Spider-Man franchise a mere decade after SamRaimi's trilogy launched. Regardless, credit has to be given to thepowers that be for taking the series in a new...

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The Amazing Spider-Man Review

 

Spidey's annual outing returns to open-world, but does it return to form? Our full review.

Fun simplistic combat ; Web rush ; Return to open world

Story becomes dry ; Side quests are really repetitive ; The stealth element is broken ; Camera can be a pain