The team also did a nice job incorporating Spider-Man's day job as a photographer in the game's design, though it would have been much cooler if the pictures you took would actually save to cartridge for future viewing.
The potential is for seriously high amounts of frustration and tedium from being stuck in one section and having to play through the earlier sections of a level over and over. I would have opted for the ability to save incrementally.
The controls for getting Spidey to do all these wonderful things are finicky and inaccurate at times, making our hero a trouble to handle in places where walls are electrified or there are dangers like harmful mist or falling rubble to avoid.
The game brings the 3D action of the Spider-Man game of 2000 to a new generation. the game's controls and mechanics are not as good as the open-world world games like Ultimate Spider-Man and Spider-Man 2, but it is still a fun game.…Full Review »