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Post by Eorl @ 11:38am 16/06/12 | 20 Comments
Beenox has today released a new trailer showcasing the very essence a Spider-Man themed game needs, free roaming. With the ability to go wherever you please as the spandex wearing superhero, the game offers a variety of freedom including the choices you make in saving peoples lives or completing missions a vital role in the entire game.
With a story that takes players through many areas all over (and under) Manhattan, fans will feel what it’s truly like to be a Super Hero, as they experience the cinematic adrenaline rush of web-swinging through the city and fighting crime using Spider-Man’s spectacular acrobatic moves and attacks.
You can check out the trailer below with executive producer Brent Nicholas giving you a run down on just how much you can do in this web slinging title

The Amazing Spider-Man is due on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Nintendo Wii and Nintendo 3DS 27th of June.




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Nerfy
Posted 11:46am 16/6/12
Very cool tech, though the combat and combat xp is straight out of Arkham - anybody know if it is the same dev?
dais
Posted 12:00pm 16/6/12
Looks pretty good but I am still waiting for a Spider-Man game with realistic web swinging. It looks like he still just shoots them in to thin air in this one.
andrewus
Posted 12:02pm 16/6/12
I have to admit, spiderman games are always great fun.. just the ability to zip around, and now with the extra ability to use lightpoles and run on buses etc. very cool.
DK
Posted 12:06pm 16/6/12
f*** this would make me motion sick
Mordecai
Posted 12:08pm 16/6/12
Very cool tech, though the combat and combat xp is straight out of Arkham - anybody know if it is the same dev?

Beenox is making this. Rocksteady make the Batman games.
ravn0s
Posted 12:08pm 16/6/12
anybody know if it is the same dev?


...

Beenox has today released a new trailer
Nerfy
Posted 12:10pm 16/6/12
I didn't know who made Batman rav :P. Ty Mord.

Seems like a huge ripoff in that regard, but eh. I guess the first fable had combat xp as well, and probably others before it.
ZeeDoktor
Posted 12:34pm 16/6/12
Does anybody know if this will be coming to PC? This actually looks like it could be quite fun.
ZeeDoktor
Posted 12:37pm 16/6/12
Not sure if Wiki is the best source to trust, but according to it there will be a PC port later this year.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Amazing_Spider-Man_(2012_video_game)
Deviouz
Posted 03:29pm 16/6/12
This is looking all-right
DM
Posted 03:35pm 16/6/12
Holy f***, being able to mini-pause and select where you want to run to and use lightpoles, busses and walls is so f*****g cool. This is looking like a buy for me! Spider-Man 2 style ftw
groganus
Posted 03:43pm 16/6/12
looks like any other spiderman game.

Can't wait for the reviews which will be like every other spiderman game review "while web swinging around New York is fun the indoor fights let the game down"
Eorl
Posted 10:26pm 16/6/12
Rocksteady really need to make a different superhero game. I have a feeling they could do a Superman or Spider-Man game perfectly.
Khel
Posted 10:45pm 16/6/12
Very much doubt a Marvel game would come out of Rocksteady, since they're owned by Time Warner now (same people who own DC).

But yeah, I'd love to see them tackle some other DC properties and make an awesome Flash or Superman or Green Lantern game.
dais
Posted 10:48pm 16/6/12
Superman would rule.
ravn0s
Posted 10:57pm 16/6/12
superman would be extremely hard to make a game for imo.
fryzeegunner
Posted 04:15pm 17/6/12
just like superman 64 ruled? rofl....
reload!
Posted 04:43pm 17/6/12
haha yeah he just shoots the web straight up into nothing and swings off it.
looks fun but makes no sense.
infi
Posted 04:51pm 17/6/12
no release for pc? and it's just the same game format as prototype...
Midda
Posted 06:21pm 17/6/12
Looks pretty cool. I have a bit of a backlog at the moment though, so I think I'll wait for the PC port (assuming the game is worth getting at all).
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