The Amazing Spider-Man:

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76 nomuru2d22nd Jun 2012 01:29:46 PM from Back in Inkster, MI , Relationship Status: Longing for Dulcinea
Gamer-turning-maker
... Wait wait wait... KAINE OF ALL PEOPLE!? MR I'M-SUPPOSED-TO-BE-IMPORTANT-TO-THE-CLONE-SAGA-BUT-AM-ULTIMATELY-A-BADLY-DROPPED-THREAD-ACTING-AS-A-BAD-GUY KAINE!?

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Long live Cinematech.

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Why would I write that?
Yeah that one. Over the years he's actually become a somewhat good character. But now? He's honestly one of my favorites. He's a unique kind of anti-hero. Most anti-heroes do "good" but they do it by being EDGY and GRIMDARK and CHALLENGING THE IDEALS OF THE NORM MAN.

But Kaine? Violence is his nature. He wants to kill, he enjoys it. Holding back? It's totally alien to him. But he doesn't want it to be, he wants to be genuinely good. He wants to be, well, Ben Reily. And that's really interesting to me.

Also he's got a cool costume.
Remember! Hyperbole is an exaggeration made for comedic effect, and shouldn't be taken literally!
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I hope for a Costume edit, you know, like the one in Spiderman 2 for PSX, where you can put abilities to other costumes
Why would I write that?
That'd be neat. What powers would they all have? Let's play a game!

No Belt: No idea!

Stan lee: Hitting the ground from too high causes damage

Black Suit: Enemies have a harder time spotting you

Morphosis: Enemies have an easier time spotting you, attack less often

Scarlet Spider: Double attack power

edited 22nd Jun '12 9:03:18 PM by OdieEsty

Remember! Hyperbole is an exaggeration made for comedic effect, and shouldn't be taken literally!
80 KnownUnknown22nd Jun 2012 09:10:58 PM from Here. There. Everywhere.
Fresh For 2015
Stan Lee's power is that where he goes the bad guys just give up and everyone stops in awe of him. Because he's Stan Lee.
"My final prayer: O my body, always make me a man who questions!" — Frantz Fanon
I think I'm going to play through Stan Lee mode before I even touch the real storyline.
82 HandsomeRob24th Jun 2012 09:18:51 AM from A very angry place , Relationship Status: I made a point to burn all of the photographs
Scary little bugger
Excelsior!!!
No, I'm not a Zombie, they piss me off.
Why would I write that?
New costume, Black Future Foundation! Looks pretty great! Winning me back over Beenox.
Remember! Hyperbole is an exaggeration made for comedic effect, and shouldn't be taken literally!
Qtjinla15
So, how long is this game expected to be? Also, please say there is a bunch of post main game bonus stuff to do. Like reoccuring side missions.
Why would I write that?
Some shops have broken the street date and there's been some people no smaller forums talking about it. Apparently the main story is around 10-11 hours, and you get to pick what time you leave the apartment after you beat it. There's also a costume of the costume Pete wears before he makes the actual suit, which is really just his civilian outfit with a red ski mask.
Remember! Hyperbole is an exaggeration made for comedic effect, and shouldn't be taken literally!
86 DirectorCannon25th Jun 2012 01:29:34 PM from A cornfield in Indiana , Relationship Status: I want you to want me
Prima Donna Director
The stealth and combat seem a little derivative of Arkham Asylum/City, but hey, that ain't necessarily a bad thing.
"Urge to thump... rising." -Fighteer
The Watcher on the Wall
[up] I think that's specifically what they were aiming for.
...for this night and all the nights to come.
88 NapoleonDeCheese25th Jun 2012 06:52:19 PM from Valencia, Venezuela
I'll Never Love Again
If the gameplay is too similar, could they get into trouble? Like when Sega sued because The Simpsons: Road Rage was too similar to Crazy Taxi?

edited 25th Jun '12 6:52:45 PM by NapoleonDeCheese

My dream is making millions and millions out of doing something I completely detest.
The Watcher on the Wall
[up] "Action game with flowing combat" is too general for that. Besides the fact that the way it's implemented is different. And the combat and general open-world structure are really the only things that are the same. And I'm pretty sure Ultimate Spider-Man did that years ago.
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90 Hobgoblin25th Jun 2012 07:16:53 PM from the USA , Relationship Status: Owner of a lonely heart
Bravely Fashionaaabluh
Dun nun nun nun nun nun nun, Rat Man!

Actually, it's Vermin, but whatever.

Vermin Boss Fight.
91 HandsomeRob25th Jun 2012 07:44:54 PM from A very angry place , Relationship Status: I made a point to burn all of the photographs
Scary little bugger
[up]

Whoops. Kinda got ahead of yourself there Spidey.

Should have paid attention to what else was in the room...

Shouldn't his Spider-Sense have warned him about that?
No, I'm not a Zombie, they piss me off.
92 DragonGeyser25th Jun 2012 08:07:12 PM from a computer, DUH.
The Chew Toy of Gaming
Hrm. That Hero HQ website also mentions the Big Time and Negative Zone outfits.

[up]He likely didn't think it was dangerous anymore, so the Spider Sense didn't go off.

edited 25th Jun '12 8:08:33 PM by DragonGeyser

Lampshade Hanging: It's a lifestyle.
The Watcher on the Wall
[up] I don't think that's how the Spidey Sense works.
...for this night and all the nights to come.
94 CorrTerek25th Jun 2012 08:15:12 PM from The Bland Line
The Permanently Confused
It's called a Hunter bot, so maybe — since it seems to target either him or genetically modified peeps in general — it was designed not to trigger his Spider-Sense?
The Watcher on the Wall
I'm trying to remember the old animated series. I know that the Venom symbiote doesn't trigger his Spidey Sense (not sure about Carnage et al, since they were spawned from Venom), but I don't recall whether Smythe's bots did or not.
...for this night and all the nights to come.
Gunpla is amazing!
You would think that by 2012 we wouldn't have spiderman games with cloud swinging...
The Watcher on the Wall
[up] We have had that game. Ultimate Spider-Man used the buildings. And while I've never played it, I wouldn't be surprised if the ever-revered Spider-Man 2 game did as well.

However, Spidey's webs not attaching to anything is basically tradition. It's an intentional design choice, at this point.
...for this night and all the nights to come.
98 CorrTerek25th Jun 2012 08:22:27 PM from The Bland Line
The Permanently Confused
[up]Spider-Man 2 attached to buildings too. Made it a pain to get around sometimes.
99 LizardBite25th Jun 2012 08:23:03 PM from Two Galaxies Over
He probably thought his Spider sense was warning him about the little bot, so the big bot surprised him.
Gunpla is amazing!
It just really ruins the immersion to me. Sure it was a pain in the behind at times but it felt realistic and made you think.

Guess I'm just hoping we can return to the Spiderman 2 days...

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