The Amazing Spider-Man 2 for PC
PC - Windows

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

Apr 29, 2014
6.67
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Average
3116th of 27424

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About this game

Developer: Beenox
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

In The Amazing Spider-Man 2, players once again assume the role of the iconic Super Hero. Throughout his journey, Spider-Man will encounter a number of new foes as well as some old friends, as he confronts a new threat to his beloved city. The narrative will give Peter Parker, Spider-Man’s nerdy photojournalist persona, a greater role in the spotlight, as he investigates the complicated motivations and unique personalities behind the menagerie of Marvel menaces threatening Manhattan.

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Critic Reviews

12 Reviews
5.78
Jim SterlingMay 02, 2014
Graphically, the game looks fine, failing to impress but at least not utterly offending my eyes. Character animation is excessive, however, with Spider-Man in particular flailing his arms wildly about like he drank five cans of Monster before getting out of bed that day. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is serviceable, and serviceable is as good as it gets. Competent, with admirable attempts at original storytelling, this movie tie-in is the perfect example of a middle-ground title.
5.40
Dave RuddenApr 30, 2014
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is yet another example of what happens when games are rushed out to coincide with a movie release date. It’s especially frustrating because the web swinging really is fun, but developer Beenox wasn’t able to keep the momentum going once you hit the ground. The next time there's an Amazing Spider-Man movie, hopefully combat can be brought up to snuff, since there's plenty of promise in the air.
Ben GriffinMay 08, 2014
Most scenarios at least offer choice. In one room I can either use stealth by stringing enemies to the ceiling and performing ledge-based assassinations, or take them out at once with gymnastic rhythm combat. Fighting suffers the same problems as web-swinging, though - too floaty to be any fun. This is, like the majority of The Amazing Spider-Man 2's tired design ideas, crushingly familiar, and so far from realising the enormous interactive potential of this great character.