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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:08am 05/04/11 | 2 Comments
The team who brought us Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions have revealed their next Sidey title, Spider-Man: Edge of Time, which will star Spider-Man 2099 and the Amazing Spider-Man.

The trailer doesn't reveal too much, though it looks like the team are working off the same tech as Shattered Dimensions, which could be a little alarming (combat looks the same as well). However, it was revealed at the recent WonderCon that the team have definitely taken into account feedback from Shattered Dimensions and that the combat and visuals have been overhauled. They're also marking this as not a narrative sequel to Shattered Dimensions and that the time-travel component will make for some very interesting gameplay. Also, the game's story is being penned by comic-book legend, Peter David, who is apparently working very closely with Beenox on the project.

Check out a host of new screens by clicking the thumbnails below and watch the teaser trailer embedded, or click here for the HD option.





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Khel
Posted 03:30pm 05/4/11
Never played shattered dimensions, even though I was intending to I think there was just too much other stuff out around the same time and I never got a chance.

Peter david is great though, so at the very least I guess this will have a good story
Steve Farrelly
Posted 05:17pm 05/4/11
It's frustrating because in the screens and for a short amount of time in that video, those character models look awesome, but they need to work on their animation trees and combat, it just looks too archaic - just copy Batman's and exaggerate it more to Spidey proportions
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