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Spider-Man 3

Released on 04 May 2007

Rating: 12+ (PEGI)

4.0 out of 5 (72 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 Xbox 360's power and technology.

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       Average rating (72 reviews)

       An improvement to other SM games, but still not perfect!!

      | | See all Ade666's reviews (9)

      Top 100 Games Reviewer

      Fantastic graphics, the animation on Spidey is exceptional! ( Try wall crawling whilst moving the camera around him - the level of detail is incredible! )
      The only downsides I can see so far are with a couple of the `Dragons Lair/God of War` type button pressing action scenes. Particularly the bomb ones. Seem too drawn out and tedious.
      The music seems a tad unsuitable at times ( drum & bass in a Spidey game!??! ) , also the sound mix is a bit out of kilter - regarding volume levels. Music seems to quiet in places.
      The character acting is also a bit suspect even though its the original cast! Toby McGuire doesnt seem to be giving it his all, especially when you hear Spidey taunting enemies during battles. Bruce Campbell is pretty amusing as the narrator though.
      Overall though first impressions make this a worthy purchase, you`re sure to have hours of fun swinging across the New York skyline.

      Graphics 10/10
      Gameplay 8/10
      Audio 6/10

      Oh, and a few gripes - why the `specials` on the Wii and PS3 version? ( Wii has two extra villains AND two handed swinging, PS3 has playable Goblin ). What does the 360 have? Nothing! Plain ol` vanilla Spidey!
      If you own a PS3 AND XBOX360 AND Wii then you have a tough choice about which version to get.
      But, it annoys me that some platforms get the `extras` just to encourage sales.

       a+ best yet

      | | See all gamer1's reviews (1)

      iplayed all 3 games now and spiderman 3 is the best game of all 3 graphics are brill story line gud and all the new move and original 1s are all inproved to make this game the best yet i stuck on this cant get off it

       Spiderman 3 review!

      | | See all Sharpj's reviews (1)

      "Spiderman, spiderman does what ever you tell him too, cause youuu, have him on 360!"
      Yeah i know, im quite the web-singer myself (ah haha, see what i did there??).
      Yes, the well anticipated game has arrvied and the red and blue bug has brought with him quite a kick in this superb game. Graphics are fine by me, since the map is outstandingly big, you cant really expect the finest details on every building. The game play for me is also very good, the controls are simple enough and well set out, although it takes abit of getting used to at first. As you progress though the game your skills will advance and get better, such as your swing speed will increase and your attack power. I have played the game for eight hours already (I know i have no life, theres no need to point it out) and im still not even half way to completion, you come across many new enemies and also side missions like races or skydives, another good aspect is that you can choose what mission you do, when you like! One of the best things about this game is the free-roam, in spiderman 2 we all got a taste of the freedom and power in the game, and in the 3rd its a hell of alot better, from better city graphics to the way spiderman moves, it all helps to create the ride of your life! The are a few new twists in the game, such as interactive cut scenes, where you have to react quickly to save spiderman, although it doesnt sound to impressive... believe me it is when your doing it!
      I am caught in spiderman's web and i cant stop playing, the only one downside for me is when fighting enemies its quite difficult at times, and you might find yourself pressing the 'retry mission' button all night.
      For me this game is a 'sense tingling' 4/5 and i think if your a fan of the bug, then this is the game for you! Oh and also, you can swim!!!! all the people who played spiderman 2 will know what i mean!

       Spidey tastic? Not quite

      | | See all TonyHiles's reviews (7)

      Lets be honest. The hype of a big blockbuster movie is difficult to ignore. It's a quiet time for releases and out pops Spiderman 3. The movie trailer taunts you every other hour it's hard to resist. So you spend your £40, £50 if your are lazy, but what do you get? Well a competent action platformer. It doesn't feel next gen. I get the distinct impression that the basic game engine is an enhanced PS2/XBOX effort. Spiderman himself is nicely detailed. The other character models are often painful to look at, staggering around as if they have been subjected to botched face transplants and artifical limb replacements. The city itself is probably the saving grace. Swinging through the streets, leaping buildings and exploring the environment is a genuine pleasure. It's only when you start to get into the mission that things go awry. For starters you need to track down a mission marker. I half expected to see a character model waiting to speak to you but instead you get a spinning icon that you have to press X at. It destroys that illusion of being involved in a breathing world. Once underway the missions are quite enjoyable and varied. The many boss battles are handled well and the much needed restart points are generously spaced. With Boss fights often taking place over three or four rounds, this is key. During the final parts of the battle you are prompted to hit the correct coloured button at the correct time. Hit enough of these and Spidey will dance around on screen, avoiding attacks and generally doing things you couldn't hope to replicate yourself with the control you have.

      That brings up another issue. The control system. Swinging works well, it's simple and effective. There are a few too many missed webs but you learn to cope with that. Combat is an issue. Despite there being, on paper, dozens of different moves to learn, you will end up hammering X and Y in a desperate attempt to pull off some kind of combo. The unlockable moves are often too convoluted to remember. The slow motion button seems a bit inconsistent as well. At times it seems to last for 20 seconds allowing you to mow down several enemies at once. Notably, during the frequent boss battles, you are seemingly restricted to about 5 seconds. Before you realise the effect has worn off you have received a smack in the face and a chunk of life lost. Battles often take too long as well. Punch two or three times, retreat, jump around, repeat. Still achievements are regularly unlocked which is always comforting. I suppose credit must also be given for getting the cast memebers to lend their voices to the game. It does add something to hear tobey maguire talking his way through the story. So to sum up then. A good game. It has moments of real freedom, web swinging is always a pleasure. The combat and repetitve nature of some of the boss battles does detract however. It never seems to reach the heights of greatness that I so desperately wanted it to. Still I keep going back to it so perhaps that's the point. Don't expect too much and you will find much to enjoy here.

       Good but could be better

      | | See all GloriusMilk's reviews (9)

      When i first got this game i thought wow look at those graphics this game is going to be mint. I gradually got into it and still the graphics were great but the gameplay was a bit shabby. I was hoping fighting would be nice and simple and relativly easy this was not the case i found i was bashing the buttons randomly to produce a cool move whilst struggling to beat up some fashion models. Good but could have been better

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      Rating12+ (PEGI)