REVIEW: SPIDER-MAN 3 (NINTENDO DS)

When it came to Spider-Man movie tie-in games, Nintendo handhelds always seemed to get the least impressive versions. On the Game Boy Advance quality went on an upgrade trend from parts one through three, however all games were at best above average side-scrolling action games that, like in the case of the “open-world” portions of Spider-Man…

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

Now defunct publisher Crave was the first company to release a Men in Black game based on the animated series, doing so on Nintendo’s Game Boy Color. Although there were two other games based on the Men in Black animated series for the Game Boy Color, the third and final game released by Crave before they…

REVIEW: SPIDER-MAN 3 (GAME BOY ADVANCE)

When you look at the time line of the Spider-Man movie handheld tie-in games, it’s a pretty interesting one. When Spider-Man (2002) came out, there was only the Game Boy Advance, and it was initially that way for Spider-Man 2 until later in 2004 and into early 2005 when the Nintendo DS, N-Gage and PSP launched to stores. In…

REVIEW: MEN IN BLACK II: ALIEN ESCAPE (PS2)

After years of games based on the Men in Black animated series, North American console exclusive gamers finally got their first ever Men in Black film universe game with the release of 2002’s Men in Black II: Alien Escape that released on both the PlayStation 2 and Nintendo GameCube. Hailing from a different developer from the team that put together the last MIB console…

REVIEW: SPIDER-MAN 3(PS2/PSP/Wii)

NOTE: GAME PRIMARILY PLAYED ON PSP WITH CHECKS DONE ON THE PS2 AND Wii VERSIONS Like the first and second Spider-Man films, there was big expectations for Spider-Man 3 the video game given the leap in quality from Spider-Man (2002) to 2004’s Spider-Man 2. Even though the at the time next generation version of Spider-Man 3 on PS3 and Xbox 360 was…