Haven Review: The Amazing Spider-Man 2

First up is our disclaimer.  We got this game because we wanted to review it, and as such
all views in this article our are own. No money has been exchanged for this review.ASM2 Night Watch

Taking the roll of Peter Parker once again from the Amazing Spider-Man movie franchise.
You swing heroically thru the city unless your menace meter says otherwise than all of New York hates you. Seriously when it gets late game it gets really annoying as there are so many problems showing up that you can’t handle anymore which basically gives you a reason. Simply not to try helping anyone anymore.

Despite that one major downer the story overall is fairly nice as are the controls although they can be quite buggy at times. Get it?, Buggy? Or was that joke to corny either way the controls tend to bug out mainly if you are trying to climb and it turns into running.original-1

The musical score for the game is fairly good and really enjoyable something you could possibly get away with buying the entire soundtrack for. The game itself is pretty great although the boss battles even on easy mode can be very hard for people even experienced players can have a hard time sometimes.

Another issue in the game is if you stop a crime in progress regardless of the crime you will always get a cut-scene for it and it wastes a good ten to thirty seconds loading up and if you don’t stop crimes in progress it just adds more to your menace bar.img10.jpg Is the game worth it, if you are a fan of the Spider-Man franchise and want to play a Spider-Man game totally go for it. Heck if you are a fan of the Batman Arkham franchise same deal go for it the combat controls are pretty much the same. Only real difference is that Spider-Man has more ranged fighting options compared to Batman’s infinite Batarangs.

-Daniel Clatworthy-ASM_2