Spider-Man Feedback Needed.

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#1 Posted by XxStCardinalxX (36 posts) -

Hello Everyone!

I have just a few of question for you.

  • What do you all think is the Best and Worst elements of any/all Spider-Man games?
  • How are the controls? (combat/web swinging)
  • Story line and mission elements?
  • Mini games?
  • Over all flow and feel?
  • What would you like to see?
  • Keep seeing?
  • Have fixed?
  • Even dropped out of the games altogether?
  • Biggest beef with camra angles?
  • What has worked best in past games?
  • What's missing from them all?

I'm looking for as much feedback as possible, so please whatever you got just let me know. I've started writing my own script for a Spider-Man game and long shot or not of anything ever happening with it, I still need to take notes and that's where all of you come in.

Thanks in advance.

#2 Posted by MAS_100 (81 posts) -

Hello Everyone!

I have just a few of question for you.

  • What do you all think is the Best and Worst elements of any/all Spider-Man games?
  • How are the controls? (combat/web swinging)
  • Story line and mission elements?
  • Mini games?
  • Over all flow and feel?
  • What would you like to see?
  • Keep seeing?
  • Have fixed?
  • Even dropped out of the games altogether?
  • Biggest beef with camra angles?
  • What has worked best in past games?
  • What's missing from them all?

I'm looking for as much feedback as possible, so please whatever you got just let me know. I've started writing my own script for a Spider-Man game and long shot or not of anything ever happening with it, I still need to take notes and that's where all of you come in.

Thanks in advance.

XxStCardinalxX

I can't completely remember it as it was a long time ago, however for me Spider-Man 2 was the best Spider-Man game. I enjoyed web-slinging around the city, saving citizens, finding collectibles, various side-missions. It was also better for being a more realistic interpretation of Spider-Man, rather than the more recent additions.

The web-slinging actually felt good and realistic, you could see that the web seemed like it was attaching to buildings, rather than in more recent games just hitting the web into the sky. Overall an open world Spider-Man game with lots of varied side missions to do, collectables to find, challenges to complete, along with the main storyline is something that is needed again. Spider-Man 2 was a fantastic game, and it it a shame the more recent games have strayed further from this.