The lights are on
Watch as The Amazing Spider-Man executive producer Brent Nicholas walks you through navigating Manhattan with mostly uninterrupted gameplay.
We've seen all of the elements of this developer walkthrough shown off, but this is the first time we've really seen its practical applications in the middle of the game. Typically, we've just been seeing little sections pulled out of the game and edited together into trailer form.
The Amazing Spider-Man is coming to PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo 3DS, and plain old Nintendo DS on June 26.
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wow...i think this one might actually make it. I'm really diggin the way this game looks.
This game looks boring and the movie looks worse.
Oh man, you've got me excited now...
That looks pretty cool
Atleast its not a rip off of the movie
wow spiderman game is looking pretty sweet, its about time.
That quick zip line auto-swing thing looks like one giant mess.
I tired the demo on the 3DS, it plays pretty good. The web rush thing actually works pretty well in practice.
Problem I have is that I loved Ultimate Spider-Man so much. Whenever I see anything about his newer games I just want to pop that one in.
Zoomed in for a feeling of vertigo, a sense of speed, and to try to hide the fact that Spider-Man's web is attaching to the air. I'm disappointed they put movement around the city basically on auto-pilot, it's an area that makes the Arkham games so much fun.
WOW I didn't think this game would look this good but im going to have to give it a try.
Looks like a great game. The combat looks familiar.....
No QTE'S!! Looks playable otherwise.