Spider-Man: Web of Shadows User Reviews

9.0

Perfection described through Webs

The good:

The combat is near flawless in every way, allowing you to battle on the ground, on the wall and even in the air. Various kinds of moves were allowed, and by various I mean a lot of moves! You sometimes seem to leave out some of them, there are different moves for ground, wall and the air, and a variety of moves for every category.
The Graphics are detailed, and are great enough to keep you stunned at some moments.
The game has multiple endings, depending upon how you play the game and what things and actions you do in the game.
The story is pretty detailed and amazing. One can easily understand what's going on, and why it is going on.

The bad:

Sometimes, during air battles, the camera detaches. It makes air battles difficult.
When you're locked on a target, you sometimes hit the wrong foe, which is not locked in, resulting into the character doing what you do not want it to do. This is very frequent.
Game crashes a bit in the Wii version.

Sometimes, very rarely, the controls don't respond instantly, and take time to respond.
There are a few bugs in the game, like the voice of the characters during cut scenes sometimes turn hoarse. Sometimes the foe are stuck in the air, and in a particular boss battle, the boss, when defeated, disappears, and you're left on the screen with nothing to do.
There are no subtitles.
The combat tends to get repetitive, at times, especially during boss battles.

Summary:

The game consists of Spiderman, who has the ability to swing around the city of Manhattan. In this game, he gets the ability to switch onto the Black Suit, which is a Symbiotic suit obtained from Venom, a character in the game and the series. Spiderman gets the ability to battle on the ground, on the walls of buildings, and the air. The Black, Symbiotic suit of Spiderman is powerful and destructive whereas the Red-Blue suit is weak, though fast and agile, suitable for weak enemies. You get a special move, called the Web Strike, which is a pretty interesting move, and is sometimes required t...

8.5

Perfection described through Webs

The good:

The combat is near flawless in every way, allowing you to battle on the ground, on the wall and even in the air. Various kinds of moves were allowed, and by various I mean a lot of moves! You sometimes seem to leave out some of them, there are different moves for ground, wall and the air, and a variety of moves for every category.
The Graphics are detailed, and are great enough to keep you stunned at some moments.
The game has multiple endings, depending upon how you play the game and what things and actions you do in the game.
The story is pretty detailed and amazing. One can easily understand what's going on, and why it is going on.

The bad:

There are a few bugs in the game, like the voice of the characters during cut scenes sometimes turn hoarse. Sometimes the foe are stuck in the air, and in a particular boss battle, the boss, when defeated, disappears, and you're left on the screen with nothing to do.
There are no subtitles.
The combat tends to get repetitive, at times, especially during boss battles.

Summary:

The game consists of Spiderman, who has the ability to swing around the city of Manhattan. In this game, he gets the ability to switch onto the Black Suit, which is a Symbiotic suit obtained from Venom, a character in the game and the series. Spiderman gets the ability to battle on the ground, on the walls of buildings, and the air. The Black, Symbiotic suit of Spiderman is powerful and destructive whereas the Red-Blue suit is weak, though fast and agile, suitable for weak enemies. You get a special move, called the Web Strike, which is a pretty interesting move, and is sometimes required t...

9.0

Perfection described through Webs

The good:

The combat is near flawless in every way, allowing you to battle on the ground, on the wall and even in the air. Various kinds of moves were allowed, and by various I mean a lot of moves! You sometimes seem to leave out some of them, there are different moves for ground, wall and the air, and a variety of moves for every category.
The Graphics are detailed, and are great enough to keep you stunned at some moments.
The game has multiple endings, depending upon how you play the game and what things and actions you do in the game.
The story is pretty detailed and amazing. One can easily understand what's going on, and why it is going on.

The bad:

Sometimes, during air battles, the camera detaches. It makes air battles difficult.
When you're locked on a target, you sometimes hit the wrong foe, which is not locked in, resulting into the character doing what you do not want it to do. This is very frequent.
Sometimes, very rarely, the controls don't respond instantly, and take time to respond.
There are a few bugs in the game, like the voice of the characters during cut scenes sometimes turn hoarse. Sometimes the foe are stuck in the air, and in a particular boss battle, the boss, when defeated, disappears, and you're left on the screen with nothing to do.
There are no subtitles.
The combat tends to get repetitive, at times, especially during boss battles.

Summary:

The game consists of Spiderman, who has the ability to swing around the city of Manhattan. In this game, he gets the ability to switch onto the Black Suit, which is a Symbiotic suit obtained from Venom, a character in the game and the series. Spiderman gets the ability to battle on the ground, on the walls of buildings, and the air. The Black, Symbiotic suit of Spiderman is powerful and destructive whereas the Red-Blue suit is weak, though fast and agile, suitable for weak enemies. You get a special move, called the Web Strike, which is a pretty interesting move, and is sometimes required t...

8.5

Perfection described through Webs

The good:

The combat is near flawless in every way, allowing you to battle on the ground, on the wall and even in the air. Various kinds of moves were allowed, and by various I mean a lot of moves! You sometimes seem to leave out some of them, there are different moves for ground, wall and the air, and a variety of moves for every category.
The Graphics are detailed, and are great enough to keep you stunned at some moments.
The game has multiple endings, depending upon how you play the game and what things and actions you do in the game.
The story is pretty detailed and amazing. One can easily understand what's going on, and why it is going on.

The bad:

Sometimes, during air battles, the camera detaches. It makes air battles difficult.
When you're locked on a target, you sometimes hit the wrong foe, which is not locked in, resulting into the character doing what you do not want it to do. This is very frequent.
Sometimes, very rarely, the controls don't respond instantly, and take time to respond.
There are a few bugs in the game, like the voice of the characters during cut scenes sometimes turn hoarse. Sometimes the foe are stuck in the air, and in a particular boss battle, the boss, when defeated, disappears, and you're left on the screen with nothing to do.
There are no subtitles.
The combat tends to get repetitive, at times, especially during boss battles.

Summary:

The game consists of Spiderman, who has the ability to swing around the city of Manhattan. In this game, he gets the ability to switch onto the Black Suit, which is a Symbiotic suit obtained from Venom, a character in the game and the series. Spiderman gets the ability to battle on the ground, on the walls of buildings, and the air. The Black, Symbiotic suit of Spiderman is powerful and destructive whereas the Red-Blue suit is weak, though fast and agile, suitable for weak enemies. You get a special move, called the Web Strike, which is a pretty interesting move, and is sometimes required t...

6.4

Swing Your Hook...

Summary:

With great power comes great responsibility, a wise man once said in the very pages of the comic book that this game originated from. Since the video game that came in hand with the Spiderman 2 movie, the series has taken a swing for the best, adopting one of the greatest free roaming experiences available within video games. Spiderman 2 was to be the keystone in the success of the all of the mask webslinger’s outings until people started to question whether the awe and freedom from the series would fair well on next generation consoles...

Spiderman: Web of Shadows is set in Manhattan, New Y...

9.0

Spider-man:Web of Shadows-Best Spider-man game yet!

The good:

Good story, web-swinging is top-notch, totally redesigned combat system, improved camera over previous Spidey games, wide variety of enemies, tons of collectible tokens to find, Spidey looks great and so does New York, you can switch from red suit to black suit at any time during gameplay, and you can you can team up with other heroes and villains.

The bad:

Some frame-rate issues and the occasional freeze-up towards the end of the game, when things get really "busy" onscreen; some of the optional side missions get a little repetetive (good thing they're optional). There is only one difficulty setting, so experienced players may feel that Spidey is a bit over-powered. Also, Spidey's voice is a little annoying at first, but it kind of grows on you.

Summary:

Spider-Man:Web of Shadows tells the story of an all-out symbiote invasion of New York city. The game opens with a gorgeous cinematic of the city under siege, set to some great classical music (Moonlight Sonata, I think) as we see a despairing Spider-man searching for Mary-Jane and joining S.H.I.E.L.D agents in the fight against the symbiotes as the city is literally being overrun. Part way through the cut-scene, the player gains control for a bit to get a taste of things to come.

The game backtracks a couple of days to begin act one. Spidey is in a fierce fight with Venom, during whic...

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