With its movie inspiration webbing up box office money this weekend and our official review forthcoming, I figured it was a good morning to play around with Spider-Man and his amazing friends.
The great thing about this Peter Parker is that you believe it when he cries.
I am so sorry. I tried to come up with something different, but I kept coming back to "Peter Parkour". Hopefully this superhero-themed video from Ronnie Street Stunts can redeem the headline.
It's not a new Marvel movie without a Gameloft-developed mobile game tie-in. Behold The Amazing Spider-Man 2, the much prettier sequel to Gameloft's bestselling The Amazing Spider-Man.
Cunning, resourceful and deadly, spiders are some of nature's most perfect predators. Movie universe Peter Parker has potential, but he's going to need help to hone his abilities. Enter Kraven the Hunter, teaching stalking 101 in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 video game.
Now that everybody's buzzing about the sexy new BlackBerry Z10, mobile gaming giant Gameloft steps up to the plate to ensure gamers considering a switch that they'll be at least 11 games for them to play on their shiny new handset, including The Amazing Spider-Man, The Dark Knight Rises and Modern Combat 4. Does this…
Starting today and running through the Thanksgiving weekend, Gameloft is discounting a bunch of its $6.99 titles on Android, iOS and Kindle Fire to $.99, giving us something to do while camping out for Black Friday sales.
At New York Comic-Con, Beenox—the studio behind The Amazing Spider-Man video game adaptation, said the title would be coming to the Wii U in spring 2013.
Boy, was the Lizard ever annoying to fight in this summer's Spider-Man movie tie-in game. You, like me, may have wondered what it might be like to have all that reptilian power at your disposal. New DLC packs will let play as Spider-Man's arch-villain and his co-creator, too.
For people over the age of 10, this year's Spider-Man movie re-boot seems to have emerged rather quickly. Wasn't it just a decade ago that we got the last "first" Spider-Man movie? It was.
There probably hasn't ever been a superhero who hasn't gone through the cycle of losing his/her powers, getting them back and becoming more powerful than ever. It's been the same for video game series devoted to costumed crimefighters. With Rocksteady Studios' Arkham Asylum and Arkham City, Batman's currently…
I bet the folks that do public relations and marketing for innovative and thoughtful games like From Dust and Journey spend days and days brainstorming inventive ways to communicate complex ideas in ways that appeal to the consumer. Meanwhile The Amazing Spider-Man UK marketing team nipped off early after putting in…
While we continue our review-aimed adventure with the new Peter Parker under, over and through the streets of New York, here are some of the fun features of The Amazing Spider-Man you can expect to experience in the game's earliest moments.
Japan loves Spider-Man. I mean they LOVE him. It's not the same with other American superheroes—Batman, Superman, and most of the recent Marvel movies tend to do poorly in at the Japanese box office. Even Avengers didn't get a major push in the Japanese media until after it proved to be a financial success in the…
I was initially skeptical about Stan Lee's cameo appearance as a playable character in The Amazing Spider-Man. Now that I've see this video, I might be persuaded to buy an entire Stan Lee game.
Your lackluster performance at E3 2012 is completely forgotten, Nintendo, for you have brought the glory of Mad Dog McCree upon the 3DS, given Wii owners Mega Man X2 , and given portable players an early taste of The Amazing Spider-Man.
As the Beenox representative controlling The Amazing Spider-Man during the game's E3 2012 presentation launched Peter Parker off the top of a tall building in virtual New York City, my stomach heaved sympathetically.
Not sure how I feel about "web rush" having seen this latest trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man. I'm sure everyone's going to call this a quicktime event mechanic, and that sequence where Spidey taps the stooge on the shoulder and then wraps him up does look scripted.
Just look at it, folks. That's how you generate preorders right there. Amazon is going to be swamped.
Spider-Man had run out of web-fluid. That's what most people thought after playing the last web-slinging game from Activision. Spider-Man: Edge of Time met with harsh reviews and felt like a rushed, muddled time-traveling mess. Where was all the freedom, fans asked? And what about the speed? The evils of…