- Go beyond the traditional New York City setting with a myriad of additional locations and styles, including jungles, train yards, military bases and more
- Experience Spider-Man x 4, with unique strengths in each of four distinct and dramatic world settings
- Deliver damage up close and personal with a first-person perspective during key moments of battle where strategy is key to success
- Discover new surprises around every corner with new abilities to uncover, plus multiple costumes and bonuses to unlock
- Immerse yourself in truly epic boss battles with boss-themed levels which bring environments, music and pacing in tune with the most thrilling, iconic villains from Spider-Man lore.
Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions Description
Immerse yourself in truly epic boss battles with boss-themed levels which bring environments, music and pacing in tune with the most thrilling, iconic villains from Spider-Man lore..FOUR PARALLEL WORLDS, ONE UNPARALLELED EXPERIENCE Description: Spider-Man™: Shattered Dimensions is an action-packed adventure encompassing four dramatically different parallel universes, each with its own Spider-Man armed with unique strengths. Each stunning universe has its own detailed art design and thrilling gameplay with challenging skill sets to master in order to unlock powerful new moves. Explore dramatic, stunning environments, wield explosive new powers, and face epic boss battles against extraordinary foes. Experience the legendary Super Hero like never before: Four unique worlds. Four distinct Spider-Men. One unparalleled experience! Groundbreaking gameplay lets you deal damage in a variety of ways with four unique Spider-Man characters: Amazing Spider-Man — This most recognizable, acrobatic Spider-Man delivers innovative web combat and dynamic visuals in a world that pays tribute to the classic era of our legendary Super Hero. Spider-Man Noir — The cunning and clandestine Spider-Man utilizes the shadows to perform stealth takedowns in this 1930’s-influenced black-and-white cinematic environment. Spider-Man 2099 — Free-fall and glide across vertical buildings as Spider-Man 2099 in a futuristic, next-gen landscape of giant skyscrapers and fast-moving hover cars. Ultimate Spider-Man — Play as the Black-suit Spider-Man in the Ultimate universe where powerful tendril attacks become a strategic advantage in this contemporary world of vivid colors and electrifying environments.
Reviews By Raiden_194 : Date September 26, 2010
I think my title explains my opinion already. I’ve had this game for a few days and so far, I’m loving every minute of it. Could the controls be a bit tighter? Yeah, I guess so. Does it hinder the gameplay? NO! Not nearly as badly as everyone is saying it does.
I bought Web of Shadows this summer in anticipation for this game. I played all the way through it (did everything, got every single achievement, etc.) and Web of Shadows was probably one of the glitchiest games I’ve ever played on the 360, hands down. It was a huge sandbox title, and that was great.
Reviews By Calvin E. Kruder : Date October 14, 2010
Another holiday season upon us, and another Spider-Man game to swing in and grab our wallets. This is not always a bad thing, I appreciate that there is enough confidence in the Spider-Man name to carry a game without a movie tie-in. Is it a great Spider-Man game? No, but it has enough going for it to qualify as a solid title.
One of the coolest things about SD is its use of 4 different art styles to depict different Spider-Man universes (comic timelines). The Spider-Man 2099 levels are colorful and have a neon quality to them. The Amazing and Ultimate Spider-Man levels are the only somewhat similar styles. The Amazing levels are cell shaded, brightly colored, and appear as I always thought a Spider-Man game should look. The Ultimate levels on the other hand have a more “realistic” palette, with a black suited Spidey to control. The Spider-Man Noir levels are dark with an emphasis on browns and greys. These levels make use of really nice lighting and shadow techniques. Good thing to since Noir Spider-Man spends large amounts of time lurking in the shadows.
Good effects but nothing to write home about. The voice work on the other hand is excellent. The banter between Spider-Man and his foes is fun and witty, just as it should be. Spider-Man is very talkative all through the game, especially in combat. Luckily the writing compliments the high class work of the actors, and it never gets old.
Along with the art style, the gameplay of the levels varies depending on the universe you are in. The Ultimate and the 2099 levels are the most similar, straight beat ‘em up with subtle combo differences. Speaking of combos, you collect spider emblems and complete challenges in the game that give use points used to upgrade your moves in all of the universes.
Reviews By Matthew Kunka : Date September 8, 2010
Being an avid Spider-Man fan, there is one sad truth that needs to be accepted….the games are absolutely amazing at first and then get old and boring after a while. That’s because they are all sandbox games where the enemies and missions all just blend together. This is not like those games. This is a linear story line. It also helps that you switch between four different Spider-Man costumes all with unique abilities…my favorite is the noir one. What’s nice about this one is that each enemy and boss all take different skills to defeat. It’s no longer the beat em up that Spider-Man games once were. Well, it still is, but stylized too different to tell right away. I enjoy it but am glad that I rented it because with this not being sandbox game, I can see the replay being very low on this. Either way, always fun to have a new Spider-Man game on the block.