Nutzen Sie Spider-Mans Kräfte - Manhattan ist Ihr Spielplatz!
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Veröffentlichung: 25. Sep. 2012

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"Do you like shooting webs across new york city? This game is so fun a classic from my teenage years."

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Nutzen Sie Spider-Mans Kräfte - Manhattan ist Ihr Spielplatz!

The Amazing Spider-Man, das kurz nach den Ereignissen des neuen Films von Columbia Pictures spielt, lässt New Yorks neuen Superhelden freie Netzschwing-Action erleben, während er den Big Apple vor einer Flut unvorstellbarer Bedrohungen schützt.


  • Spider-Mans triumphale Rückkehr nach New York – Jedermanns Lieblings-Netzschwinger ist zurück in Manhattan samt dem beliebten freien Netzschwung-Gameplay.
  • Netzsprint: Mehr Auswahl – Spieler nutzen Echtzeit-Wahlmöglichkeiten zum Steuern und Kämpfen, um Spideys Markenzeichen-Moves zu machen wie niemals zuvor.
  • Finden Sie heraus, was als Nächstes passiert – Enthüllen Sie den Rest von Peter Parkers unerzählter Geschichte in einem brandneuen Epilog zum 2012er Blockbuster-Event von Columbia Pictures.
  • Treiben Sie Spider-Mans Fähigkeiten an die Grenze – Kämpfen Sie gegen neue Versionen klassischer Superschurken sowie die original Gegner auf Ihrer Mission, Manhattan zu retten.


    • Betriebssystem: Windows® 7/XP (SP 3)/Vista (SP 2)
    • Prozessor: Intel Core® 2 Duo 2.6 GHz oder AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+
    • Speicher: 3 GB RAM
    • Grafik: NVidia Geforce 7600GT / AMD ATI Radeon X1800 GTO
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Festplatte: 7500 MB HD frei
    • Sound: jegliche DirectX 9.0 kompatible Soundkarte
    • Zusätzliche Informationen: Internet Verbindung vorausgesetzt für Installation und Authentifizierung.
    • Betriebssystem: Windows® 7/XP (SP 3)/Vista (SP 2)
    • Prozessor: Intel Core® 2 Quad 2.4 GHz oder AMD Athlon II X4 2.6 GHz
    • Speicher: 3 GB RAM
    • Grafik: NVidia 8800GT / AMD ATI Radeon HD4830
    • DirectX®: 10
    • Festplatte: 8000 MB HD frei
    • Sound: jegliche DirectX 9.0 kompatible Soundkarte
    • Andere Anforderungen: Breitband-Internetverbindung
    • Zusätzliche Informationen: Internet Verbindung vorausgesetzt für Installation und Authentifizierung.
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5 von 5 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
8.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 15. März
Eigentlich lernt man als Gamer recht früh das man von Spielen von Filmen oder Serien die Finger lassen sollte. Da diese meist nur Marketing Strategien sind um zusätzliches Geld zu machen.

Aber nicht bei diesem Spiel.

Das Spiel ist ganz klar für Marvel Fans zu empfehlen. Von Vorteil wäre es den Film gesehen zu haben da die Story vom Spiel nahtlos an den Film ansetzt. Meiner Meinung nach sogar sehr gut. Sowohl Synchronstimmen als auch die Musik sind fast identisch wie im Film.

Man hat eine Main Story die man machen kann aber auch einige Nebenquests in einer Open World.

Das Kampfsystem ist eine Mischung aus Batman und Assassins Creed.

Negativ aufgefallen ist mir nur das das Spiel ab und an mal abstürzt. Erst vor ein paar Minuten beim Endbosskampf zb. das schlaucht dann schon ziemlich... aber die Abstürze halten sich in Grenzen.

Und wenn man das Spiel schließt startet es automatisch nochmals. Da aber nur ein Zwischenmenü aufgeht ist das nicht weiter tragisch.

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75 von 92 Personen (82%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
7.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23. Mai
I love Spiderman. He was the first superhero comic I ever picked up as a kid. I own more Spiderman comic books than any other series in my collection and have been reading them for eighteen years (5 yrs-23 yrs). I've also played every single Spiderman video game since back in the early 90's and i'm here to tell you...

I went out on launch day to buy this game for PS3. I beat it with my brother in law after only two sessions of playing - about 8 hours total. Mind you I was playing around a lot of that time and just exploring the city. I thought maybe I was just too hype on the game and it didn't meet my expectations...So I decided to give it another go on the PC.

Now keep in mind this is an open world game, but there is little to nothing to do! The city just doesn't feel like a real complete city. I still play the older titles and compared to this they all have way more to do and a lot more diversity in their levels, which is sad considering you're supposed to progress. Almost every single main mission takes place somewhere underground. Which at first is real cool...until you realize all of the missed potential that's just sitting there above you. Laughing at you. Mocking you. There are a few missions above ground but they are seldom.

There are plenty of side missions - Like crimes to solve which are inanely repetitive and overtly mundane, nothing like they used to be. I'm not even trying to be that guy that's just stuck on the past nostalgia, but if i'm still playing those games today (which I am) over the new titles they're dishing out...somethin' ain't right. Sure the missions in those games were all repetitive too, but at least more diverse and way more fun than "Stop that car!" "Catch that runner!" "Stop that gang!" "Now stop that getaway car!" "Catch that mugger!" "There's a gang on the loose!"

No matter how you clothe a sheep it is still a sheep.

"Oh, i'm sure that guys being dramatic. I heard there are little collectibles to 100% the game."

Yes, you can collect comic book pages to read comics on the game...which is such an awesome concept and to be honest one of the things I spent most time doing, but there are only a few issues and the time it takes to do this isn't really worth the end result. You could cut the time out completely and look up those issues online. However, there are tons of costumes...which are really cool and groovy...but also purely cosmetic, which is like building a really really nice car and never installing an engine. Cool car, bro...but...does it do anything?

Definitely not worth 39.99 OR the sale price of 27.49 that I am currently writing this review during. If the 27.49 price tag included all DLC and you're a hardcore Spidey fan THEN i'd say it is worth it.

In other words, do yourself a big favor and pick up any of these Spiderman titles for the PC instead:

Spiderman Web of Shadows (Best Open World Spiderman Game Hands-Down & the Darkest)
Ultimate Spiderman (Best Open World Spiderman Game That Emulates A Live Comic Book)
Spiderman Shattered Dimensions (Linear Level Design with Refreshing Changes in Gameplay)
Spiderman 3 (Best Open World of the Movie-Themed)


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30 von 32 Personen (94%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
29.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 21. Juni
I'd like to begin with a little song.

♫ Crash again, Crash again,
It crashes to desktop whenever it can.
Loads a cutscene, or just a level part.
Doesn't like it, it's too hard
Look Out!
Here comes a crash again. ♫

At its best, Amazing 1 is a game that reminds me a lot of the Arkham games. Spider-man controls smoothly and combat can feel very satisfying with striking from behind, retreating to the ceiling, and then quickly moving to a new spot to strike again.
The open world (Manhattan) is nicely detailed and is filled with collectables so you always have something to do while web-slinging from mission to next mission or random crime event.

Unfortunately there are a lot of points where Amazing 1 stops being fun. Despite Spider-Man's strengths lying in jumping away and being able to use high ceilings to his advantage a lot of the missions put you in a tiny, enclosed space where this is not possible so you have to rely on the combat. The combat tries to be Arkham with combos and smooth flowing from one enemy to the next, but this doesn't always work.

The web-slinging isn't as nice as it could be either, which I think is mainly due to the game's locked FOV. You simply lose track of where you are headed. When I first started playing this and got to Manhattan, I actually got a bit nauseous at first until I got more used to it. Fortunately there is an alternative by web-rushing using the R2 bumper everywhere, which basically automatically picks a good spot to get to.

And then there's the absolute biggest issue... the game is horribly optimised. It crashes at least once each half hour for no good reason, and while the game does autosave, you can get unlucky enough to have this occur during a boss fight so you have to redo a part of the level and the fight again.

Voice acting is okay, not good but not cringe-worthy either, and graphics are passable.

If you can pick this up for less than €/$ 10, I'd recommend it. Skip the DLC though, that's all based on more combat and therefore not really fun.
It does NOT get a recommendation at its current full price of %/$ 30 or even the 50% discount which is still up as I write this.
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12 von 12 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
15.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29. August
NOTE:: I'd give this game a "neutral" review, if i could, but unfortunately, i can't.
It has some annoying issues (some glitches/bugs which forced me to restart the game and it constant crashes after an hour or so) but apart from that, i had quite some fun with it.

But first things first:
You're playing Spider-Man, shortly after the events of the movie "The Amazing Spider-Man".
There is a new infectious threat, turning people into mindless monsters and an Oscorp Employee who thinks he can save the city with it's robots.
All in all a good enough story to to keep you going and it's presentation is quite well done.

The graphics aren't anything you will be excited about, but they're okay. The city lacks in detail, level textures aren't always that good but the characters were quite well made and the animations and moves of Spider-Man were pretty good.

Controls felt good and the swinging and fighting was fluent, although the camera angle had it's issues sometimes.
You can compare the combat to the Batman Arkham games. It's a combo-system with a lot of different moves, finishers, stealth-takeouts etc.

The game is split into story-missions / side-missions and free-roaming in the city.
The main missions are very linear, with some secrets you can find and collect. While in the free-roaming mode, you can swing around the city and start side-missions, rescuing citizens and look for collectibles. There is not much else to do in the city, you basically just swing from side-mission to side-mission and (if you're into that) get all the collectibles if you can.
But swinging around as Spider-Man is pretty fun :)

Unfortunately, i had constant crashes every hour or so. I couldn't find out why it happend nor fix them, so that was pretty annoying but the good thing was, save-points are pretty fair, so i didn't needed to play a lot again.
I had also a few glitches/bugs, especially later on in the game, which forced me to restart as i was stuck.

Apart from the crashes and glitches, i still had a lot of fun with it, but due to these, i can't really recommend it 100%.
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7 von 7 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
12.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19. August
The whole time I was playing this I was convinced I would feel like writing about it afterwords. I did write some things in my head. Now that I am here I kind of don't have anything to say. Let me just list some things see if it sparks something.

First things first. I really like Spiderman. So now you know I'm biased but lets get into it.

What I didn't like
- Manhattan is boring. At least in this game it is. It looks boring and it feels boring.
- Everything looks feels old. The UI looks dated, the city even with the game running at maximum 1080p usually 60fps (the game seems to bog down for seemingly no reason a lot) the city looks dated and the draw distance seems to favor fogginess. Also the button prompts are ridiculous.
- It launches twice sometimes and crashes because of that (happened like 7 times)
-There is very little variety in the side missions
- There are too many collectibles

What I did like
-You get to be Spiderman

Okay, I'll say more.
Traversing around feels great. Now given that Spidy swings on his web that attaches to things thats not always the case here. HOWEVER, in reality the mechanics of that and having to react to that in addition to fighting would be overbearing. The swinging feels great. You are Spiderman. Not, figure out the best trajectory while fighting a giant robot.. man. The fighting feels pretty decent. Its a little over animated but again, you're Spiderman you still need to fight accordingly. Its very responsive and in no way out of your control.

Stealth is very fun, you can look through your mask while time is slowed and choose a location to zipline to and prey on your foes very tactical like. You know he can stick to walls and ceilings right? Think about it.

Even though there is not much in the way of side mission variety the things here are fun. Races, petty crimes, helping the police by going behind enemy lines or ending a car chase. Of course there is also taking pictures of crap. I mean, its not like he works at the Daily Bugle or anything. And all of these activities repeat with some variation between the main missions. There is also picking people up (escaped mental patients and infected people) and taking them to the appropriate place. Which is fun because swinging around is friggin awesome.

There are comic books EVERYWHERE and grabbing them out of the sky is super fun because again getting around very liberating and fluid. Its an absolute joy to snag a collectible and proceed to fall and then swing in between two cars at ground level.

The voice acting is actually very good which surprised me, then I recognized and looked up to confirm that Nolan North (Nathan Drake and every other male character not voiced by Troy Baker) and Ali Hillis (Liara T'Soni and Lightning from FFXIII) are in the game.

If you like Spiderman you'll like this game, if you don't, this game won't change your mind. I guess I had more to say than I thought.
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