Activision has released seven free-roaming Spider-Man games since 2004, each criticized for one particular flaw. Activision has released seven free-roaming Spider-Man games since 2004, each criticized for one particular flaw. Activision has released seven free-roaming Spider-Man games since 2004, each criticized for…
During this weekend's episode of Saturday Night Live, real-life couple Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone took the stage to demonstrate how real kissing gets done, unless I am completely missing the point.
And, what do you know, it's out today.
In a couple of weeks, Activision will release The Amazing Spider-Man 2, a game based on the movie. It'll be out on just about every current-gen platform... except Xbox One.
Gameloft is streaming The Amazing Spider-Man 2 mobile game on Twitch. You can watch the stream here, until they stop. After that, this message is a waste of time. Sorry, future readers.
As if three movie villains weren't enough, Electro and the Green Goblin are are joined by the ugliest Kingpin ever, bad-hair-lighting Black Cat and... is that Carnage? Yeah, Parker is screwed.
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.
Let's see, we've got emo Harry Osborne, mecha-Rhino, Jamie Foxx as blue raspberry Electro, and Andrew Garfield's hair. That's far too many villains for one movie.