REVIEW: SPIDER-MAN 2 (NINTENDO DS)

Normally in the case of movie tie-in games, they tend to launch along with the theatrical release of the movie they’re based on, which wasn’t the case for a few Spider-Man 2 games because the hardware to play them on simply wasn’t out in time for the movie: The PSP wouldn’t come out until early 2005, and the…

REVIEW: MEN IN BLACK: THE SERIES (GAME BOY COLOR)

Despite the box-office success of 1997’s Men in Black, based on the Malibu published comic of the same name, North American dedicated console gamers couldn’t play an interactive form of the alien busting bureau until 1998. While PC players and PAL PSOne owners got to experience Men in Black: The Game in 1997 along with the film,…

REVIEW: SPIDER-MAN 2 (GAME BOY ADVANCE)

Spider-Man 2 on the sixth generation of consoles was one of the most important comic book games of all time, radically changing how we thought about how the character of Spider-Man works in a three-dimensional space by giving players the freedom to more or less swing around and do whatever they pleased in an open-world environment.…

REVIEW: SPIDER-MAN 2 (XBOX ORIGINAL)

Neversoft’s Spider-Man and its Vicarious Vision’s developed sequel Spider-Man 2: Enter Electro were great first attempts at making the Spider-Man game that everyone dreamed of playing, but were held back by the limitations of the consoles that they were on. Spider-Man’s webs for example seemingly attached to the sky, there were more interior environments than exterior and you couldn’t…

REVIEW: SPIDER-MAN (2002) (GAME BOY ADVANCE)

Unlike the first Spider-Man movie game that arrived on the sixth generation of consoles, Spider-Man (2002) on the Game Boy Advance was the second game starring the character to arrive on the handheld, following 2001’s Spider-Man: Mysterio’s Menace. The two are alike in more ways other than they’re both movie tie-in games though, as they both hail from new…