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Spider-Man 3

Released on 18 May 2007

Rating: 12+ (PEGI)

3.0 out of 5 (53 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Based on Sony Pictures Entertainment's Columbia Pictures' feature film, Spider-Man 3 the game allows players to experience the actions of heroic red-suited Spider-Man and, for the first time ever, his darker, more mysterious black-suited persona.

Set in a larger, dynamic, free-roaming New York City, the game gives players the freedom to choose their own gameplay experience through multiple movie-based and original storylines, fully integrated city missions and performance rewards including improved speed, combat manoeuvres and agility. In Spider-Man 3, players draw upon Spider-Man's completely revamped combat abilities as they protect the city and defeat nemeses using expanded aerial fighting, finishing moves and dynamic webbing during missions and epic boss battles.

Possess the Never-Before-Experienced Powers of Black-Suited Spider-Man. Feel the adrenaline as your powers explode in the role of Black-Suited Spider-Man - unleashing incredible agility, amazing durability and awe-inspiring web abilities. But be warned - the rush your intensified powers bring could overwhelm you.

More Freedom Than Ever. More City Than Ever. For the first time, enjoy unprecedented freedom - there's no checklist to complete in order to progress. You set your own next goal, roaming anywhere you want - including subterranean areas such as subways, sewers and villains' lairs - in the most massive, detailed New York City ever seen in a Spider-Man game.

    Experience An All-New Combat System, Two Exciting Ways. Redesigned from the ground up, a unique combat system empowers both Spider-Man and Black-Suited Spider-Man to perform suit-specific powers and abilities. State of the art animations, combos and finishers make punch, kick and web attacks more super-heroic than ever. Battle 10 of Spider-Man's most infamous enemies from the movie and Marvel universe, including Sandman and Venom.

      Dazzling visuals, amazingly realistic lighting and shadows, and a gameplay experience that takes full advantage of the PS3's power and technology.

      customer Reviews

       Average rating (53 reviews)

       Not much to do with the film but....

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      The last Spiderman game I played was unlimited for the PS2 and I loved it. When looking at this game it reminded me allot of unlimited that's why I bought it unfortunately although fun at time I found a game that's filled with irritating flaws.

      There is fun to be had within the game you can travel the city as you please reducing crime in the cities areas by fighting gangs, stopping getaway cars etc there are also loads of time trials, and fighting tours you can do, you can even choose the order in which you do the missions.

      There are the main game missions that are supposed to go along with the film but as you will find out (apart from fighting sandman and venom) they are hit and miss in that department.

      There are the mad bomber missions which you will find yourself not only fighting bad guys but disabling bombs by pressing buttons in the right sequence.

      The lizard missions which I found to be the most interesting missions in the game where you learn about doc Conners and how he becomes the lizard and also craven pops up to kick your butt.

      The scorpion missions which introduces you to scorpion and the rhino. You even get to play breifly as scorpion.

      They are also the gang related missions which you see you fighting off the three main gangs within the city and later find out it's the kingpin calling the shots. This leads you into a fight with him and is the most annoying fight you will ever have in any game the as the only way I found to beat him was hit then retreat, hit then retreat until you fill you power bar up and unleash that on him. You have to fight him twice in this way and last over an hour. Just thought I'd warn you all.

      Then there's the daily bugle missions which more or less sees you going around taking pictures of stuff like, spidey stunt men and UFOs!

      So there is allot to work through.

      The fighting is the same old routine kick, punch, wrap someone in web but in some cases you feel too weak to take on even the smaller of bad guys and you will find yourself hitting a couple of times then running away then going back for another couple of hits you constantly repeat this throughout the game. It's not so bad when you have the symbiote suit as your much more powerful and you might not even notice this but you will when they strip you of the suit and you go back to your normal self cause you feel like you're the one who needs saving.

      a part form the fighting side of things there is the irritating button sequences you have to put up with the are so fast you just don't have time to think at all and you will find yourself having to do time and time again until you perfect it. Really irritating and I mean smash your pad in half irritating.

      The graphics aren't that great either you don't notice it as much when your swinging around at high speed but all you have to do is look the cut scenes there terrible looks like it's just been ported over from the PS2 there definitely not PS3 worthy.

      All that said the game is only worth average marks it's an ok game with plenty to do but far too irritating and repetitive. Oh and if your thinking of looking out for the special edition where you can play as the green goblin save your money it's the version I have and your missing nothing just a couple of time trials you can do with him and that's it.

       Spider-man 3

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      While Spandex-clad crimefighters have always been the bread and butter of video gaming, until recently most heroes were simply shoehorned into generic brawlers, blasters and platformers. Developers casually toyed with Marvel and DC licenses but never allowing players to really feel like their inky heroes. Happily, all that changed with 2004's Spider-Man 2, where a beautifully realised virtual Manhattan was Spidey's sprawling playground, giving gamers full control over his signature moves and delirious web slinging. And with the release of Sam Raimi's new flick comes another chance to slip into the web-head's taut pants, in a gripping adventure that deftly polishes the earlier game's rough edges.

      This time, the most obvious change is the interactive cinematics that punctuate your swinging and capture the film's most thrilling sequences; when Peter Parker first encounters the New Goblin, for example, and the action cuts to a lightning-paced in-game film, players are challenged to hit buttons in time with an on-screen indicator la God Of War , letting you steer the cutscene and play an active role in the game's most visually striking moments.

      Even better, the expansive digital city is almost three times bigger than before, giving players more scope for exploration and even allowing you to chase The Lizard through Manhattan's subterranean sewers. The random challenges you encounter while wall-crawling have also been tweaked, the last instalment's tedious pizza-delivery minigames replaced by violent gang battles that allow players to stray from the movie plot and pummel NYC's lowlife. And when it comes to battering the bad guys Spidey's new black outfit adds depth to the traditional fisticuffs, providing a huge range of dark moves to master that are more brutal than the webmaster's normal attacks and skilfully convey the rage that comes from wearing his shadowy suit.

      If there's any criticism here it's that Spider-Man 3 is overly familiar, an incremental evolution of the franchise rather than a revolutionary new approach. But for the chance to feel like the super-powered guardian of a buzzing city, this is essential.

       Excellent game, ignore the bad reviews.

      | | See all LornaB's reviews (7)

      This game is excellent, I noticed 6/10 on IGN, this must of been playing the wrong game. I got this today and this has kept my going for hours. This game has the HDD feature for super fast loading. I love the free roaming mode, the graphics are great. The gameplay is top class.
      If you want to buy another game for your Playstation 3, buy this one!

       verry good

      | | See all hen1014's reviews (37)

      not much to do with the film but the best of the series quite hard but you can just free roam verry fun game

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      Rating12+ (PEGI)