Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions a Moment With Stan Lee
Stan Lee gives us his impressions on Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions.
@ultimasigma3 that's silly what stan lee meant is that spiderman has human problems such as relationship, job, family, friends etc problems pretty much like we have. i seriously have had almost identical problems with peter parker! for other heroes problems are like: "ooh well that meteorite is about to hit earth i better fly my ass over there and save us all" and stuff like that. my two favourite heroes are batman and spidey but batman doesn't have all of the ordinary human problems spidey has (plus no one could ever be that rich or that strong/agile no matter how much he trained)
Personally, i loved the last spiderman game, Web of Shadows. If this one comes close to the fast-paced gameplay of WoS, then I'm looking forward to it.
i dont think this whole dimension thing was a good idea for spiderman. They should have done it with a character that doesnt have such a good video game history. Now if this game is bad it could mess up a really good series but if they did it with the Wolverine it would have been less of a risk. PS: im super excited for this game i just hope they dont mess up spiderman for us
@ultimatesigma3 Yeah I suppose being a multi-billionairre owning crap load of mansions, having your own cave full of expensive machinery that even the government cant afford, hitting on different girls each night, owning a private jet and car which beats any other sports car and can also navigate without the input of the driver is very "human" in comparison to Spidey's life where he is under a lot of trouble, having loads of responsibilities to undertake is unreal
I think this is gonna be the first really good spiderman i more than half a decade. if each campaign is solid enough in itself and if the stories interconnect in a relevant manner we might just have a classic this year. and im eager to see how the zeno-clash like melee combat works in this http://thelivegenerator.com/?r=312846
I'm not saying "Spider-man is great and Batman sucks" or anything like that. I've read both and watched both on TV and film. However, if there were some form of superteam with the two of them on it, I would be more likely to be able to hang out (no pun intended) with Spider-man than Batman who I would have difficulty trusting to have my back in a fight much less strike up a conversation with.
@Ultrasigma3: I see your point but, putting aside the "different company" aspect aside, Stan Lee was talking about "relatability" when he was talking about being human. Obviously, we can't relate to being bit by a radioactive spider and all the spandex-related history that has come out of that But..... How relatable is Batman? Even when he isn't being written as an absolute jerk (which is approximately half of all Batman stories since the 80s) to the point that you wonder why others put up with him and you ignore the physical impossibilities (During the whole Knightfall saga, it was said that he only sleeps two hours a day and we saw him dodge between the bullets of a minigun), Bruce isn't very relatable. He is ultra-rich. He is cold to just about everyone he comes in contact with. He has varying degrees of sociopathic tendencies. Etc. While 616 Peter has his own faults (For someone with a supermodel for a wife and super powers, he sure whines a lot), his problems are things that we can relate to such as "how am I going to pay the bills? How am I going to help take care of an aging parent?". (I'm 38 so the aging parent thing may have more resonance with me than you depending on your age.)
@ ultimasigma3 if batman has no "super" powers, how can he the best "super" hero ever. batman is just a hero, but one of the best.
stan lee made a mistake he said that spiderman is probably the most human i have to disagree with that of course the most human is Batman batman has NO super powers he trained himself to become strong he didnt get bit my a spider to become a super hero but this game is gonna be awesome