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…

REVIEW: SPIDER-MAN 2 (PSP)

What if? What if? was a simple two-word question that once was a comic series published by Marvel. Such stories were told as What if Jane Foster Found the Hammer of Thor?…wait, that happened, or What if the Alien Costume had Possessed Spider-Man?. What if? is perhaps the best way to start talking about Spider-Man 2 on the PSP. An…

REVIEW: X-MEN ORIGINS: WOLVERINE (PSP)

NOTE: ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON COMICBOOKMOVIE.COM 07/25/2013 To but it bluntly, X-Men Origins: Wolverine on the PSP is not very good, but I do have to give credit to both developer Griptonite and publisher Activision. In Griptonite’s case, they developed not one, but two different versions of this IP and hammered out two completely different experiences.…

REVIEW: IRON MAN 2 (PSP/Wii)

NOTE: ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON COMICBOOKMOVIE.COM 05/13/2013 Iron Man 2 for both the Wii and PSP are similar to the first Iron Man film tie-in games in that the development for each of the consoles was handled by a different studio. While a rebranded Secret Level would continue on to craft Iron Man 2 for the…

REVIEW: 300: MARCH TO GLORY (PSP)

This past spring when I exited the theater after seeing the pseudo-sequel/prequel, 300: Rise of an Empire, it totally slipped my mind that when the first 300 film came out in 2007, there was a tie-in game released with it. Forgetting about a PSP game shouldn’t be that uncommon a thing, as the system slipped…