Spider-Man 3 review

  • Spidey's movement
  • Parts of the city
  • Bruce Campbell narration
  • It's a last gen game
  • Rehashed gameplay
  • Nasty pop-in

If you adored the last game like we did (along with Ultimate Spider-Man), you're going to be let down. Perhaps you won't mind the same-as-before gameplay, but we should expect more from a series that's generally done the movies justice. As it is, Spider-Man 3 is so by the numbers, so average that we just can't muster much enthusiasm. Comic fans'll hate the inconsistent power levels while hardcore gamers will balk at how routine it feels. Maybe the super-casual, movie-going audience won't mind, but the rest of us certainly should.

More Info

May 04 2007 - PS2, PC
May 18 2007 - PS3
May 04 2007 - Xbox 360, Wii (UK)
Available Platforms: GameCube, PS2, PC, DS, PSP, Xbox, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii
Genre: Action
Published by: Activision
Developed by: Vicarious Visions, Beenox, Treyarch
ESRB Rating:
Teen: Alcohol Reference, Animated Blood, Violence, Mild Language


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