Spider-Man looks pretty darn amazing in The Amazing Spider-Man, the game that ties-in to the big-screen movie. But is it fun to play?
The tie-in game for The Amazing Spider-Man does something that no game has ever done before: let you play as Stan Lee. And as you can see in this video, Lee has all of Spider-Man’s powers. I can’t decide if it’s awkward or awesome.
Activision and Beenox today released the latest trailer for the Amazing Spider-Man video game. This one focuses on something called “Web Rush,” and how it’ll come in handy zipping across New York and stickin’ it to the bad guys (so to speak).
Activision and Beenox today revealed their new incarnation of the classic villain Rhino in their upcoming Amazing Spider-Man video game, based on the upcoming film. Rhino doesn’t appear in the film, but the character’s design follows the aesthetic of the Lizard from the film.
Next Summer brings the heavily debated Amazing Spider-Man movie, starring Andrew Garfield and directed by Marc Webb, which means that Summer will also see the release of its inevitable tie-in video game. But what technological monstrosity is depicted in this early concept art from the game?
The new Spider-Man game, Edge of Time, from the makers of last year’s Shattered Dimensions, has got a trailer and some early screenshots that show what it’s going to be like to play the game. I’ve got to say that although the game’s design and superpowers appear awfully similar to what was featured in Shattered Dimensions, […]
When time goes all wonky and Peter Parker ends up dead, who you gonna call? As it turns out, it’s Spider-Man to the rescue. Of… himself. Hm. Well, two different Spider-Men come to his aid, actually: “classic” Amazing Spider-Man and futuristic Spider-Man 2099. Spider-Man: Edge of Time is Activision’s next Spidey game, and it puts […]