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Well...this game will be coming out this Tuesday as I've heard, and I personally think it'll be a cool game from the things I've heard it has this time around, then in the first Spider-Man. I like the idea of it being more of an open-ended game where you can fight day to day crime, instead of just following the storyline, more like GTA then anything. Be a true superhero is a kick ass idea in my view. what does everyone else think?

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When I saw the commercial first, my fucking jaw dropped. I mean, DAMN. The swinging looks so fluid and cool. I could have fun just swinging around on that game for days, by the looks of it.

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I'm with you guys, it looks amazing, fluid, and its Spiderman! It's also been getting great reviews and praise. This is one game that I just might get.

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Got it, been playing it for a good hour or so and it's very nice...some pretty cool fighting, think my favorite move I've done so far is nail a running uppercut launching the baddie in the air then catching him with a web sling as he comes down and flinging him into a building, heh

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*dry humps his copy*

I love this game.

Since I don't want to spoil the movie, I've done no story based missions so far and have had a blast just swinging around the city and diving off the spire on the Empire State building. Random crimes or rescues are a bit repetitive, I've only encountered like 7 different ones so far.

Plus Bruce Cambell voices all the help tips you find around the city.

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*dry humps his copy*

I love this game.

Since I don't want to spoil the movie, I've done no story based missions so far and have had a blast just swinging around the city and diving off the spire on the Empire State building.  Random crimes or rescues are a bit repetitive, I've only encountered like 7 different ones so far.

Plus Bruce Cambell voices all the help tips you find around the city.

so it is different from the first game wen you can chose missions ?

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Well since no one's actually said anything about their experience playing the game, I guess I may as well do it.

Firstly, Spider-Man 1 is a piece of shit compared to this game. You get ALL of Manhattan, ALL of Roosevelt Island, plus you can get to the Statue of Liberty. How ever, the only time I've been able to get to the Statue is when Mysterio shows up, other than that I cannot figure out a way over, as the helicopters which reportedly were the way over.... do NOT go over to the island.

Anyway, you can run up walls (to a certain point.) Zipping up a building has been replaced by jumping up a building which is more of a pain in the ass if you ask me. The big problem when trying to learn the new controls is that you have to BUY power-ups by using points received by performing super-hero deeds. The coolest trick I've gotten thus far is.... get this...; TYING PEOPLE TO LIGHTPOSTS! That's right! You can web crooks right up to lamposts, which is awesome.

The biggest problem I've encountered thus far is being able to keep up with Black Cat. I thought Green Goblin was hard in the first game but DAMN! Chasing her twice was enough, the third time I gave up and now I'm just web-swinging.

Let me tell you, after about 15 hours of playing, the game says I'm only 33% done the game. There is so much you need to find and do, finishing might never happen for some people. But hell, I'm perfectly happy just web-swinging and stopping the occasional crime. People who actually know Manhattan will love this game to death, but for those of us like me who've never even been to NY, it gets frustrating when you don't know where you are and have to use a map to figure it out.

Many buildings from the first game are clearly recognizable, and a surprise or two to prove what they are can be found as well!

All in all, I would have to say this is the best video game ever made, and I'm not just saying that. Virtualizing an area this big with this much to do... with as many ways to do it as you can. Pffffttt... no game comes close.

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To get to Liberty Island, go to ground zero and get ontop on any tall building. You should see 2 or 3 helicopters flying around out near the island. One comes in, you web onto it, then fly out near Ellis Island and web on to the other helicopter. Then you go to the other side of Ellis Island and web onto the copter that will bring you to liberty island

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