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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by djgarf, Sep 29, 2005.
Yay, finally something todo after Mario Tennis!
But how good is this game?
very good game, nice gameplay, very nice small and detailed graphics.
i think its one of the best games in some time, very good comic look of the whole game.
Ehh, personally I found it generic and boring. But that could just be me.
I've never found the handheld Spidey games to be that good. Console versions? Oh yeah, some of those are amazing. But the handheld ones are oftern very...lackluster.
how do i download these im new?
I beg you all not to prejudge this one. I downloaded it and flashed it. By far the best Spider man on the gba.
You don't. Simple as that.
I don't know, this particular pocket spidey has been oddly compelling for me, I liked the backgrounds that have a kinda scaling to them, I mean buildings scrolling along gave me a sense of where my webs attach, even if only a lil bit.
I liked more control of the web powers, aimed web moves and also the moves you collect in the levels. I liked the "two animations for web-swinging" thing, its one way to keep close to its console cousins.
Overall, this product somehow feels more polished and I can't think of any compromises from the previous games at all, unlike other Spidey games I know..
So, it's actually GOOD? Well, that's a change from the usual 2D Spidey farce. Not surprising though, the DS version got good reviews as well. I'm not sure if there's a PSP version or not though, so I can't speak for it.
I'll deffinately give THIS 2D Spidey a chance, I always do, but this time i'm actually looking forward to it.
Just finished it..!
IMHO, if you're really excited about Spider-man, play the console version first. This has no additional web moves, only the amount of time your webs can hold enemies. This game has less villains than its big brother. It's still repetitive, but thankfully fast. I haven't finished "challenge" mode yet though, so maybe it will have more bosses?
Overall, this Spidey is definitely better.. but not by much, I'm afraid.