It's not quite an indication of the final parallel worlds of gameplay to be featured in Activision's "Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions," but according to game writer Dan Slott, the Webslinger's Iron Spider armor will serve as a skin for the character's 2099 adventures when the game debuts in September. The new outfit joins Captain Universe's costume, which seems to span all
Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions
Activision may have two more parallel universes to unveil before its upcoming "Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions" title rolls out later this year, but that doesn't mean the developer is shying away from showcasing content from the two realms fans have already seen. A new video provides a closer look at villains from the game's "Amazing"
Fans are anxiously waiting to find out the identity of the two unannounced universes in "Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions." We've listed our own predictions in the past, but for now, all we know for sure is that gamers will have the chance to play in the Amazing Spider-Man and Spider-Man Noir universes.
Well, that's not quite all that we know. In a recent episode of Gametrailers TV, the
Like most fans of video games and comic books, I was pretty impressed by the recently revealed footage from "Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions," the upcoming game from Activision. In "Shattered Dimensions," gamers assume the identity of Spider-Man over the course of
"Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions" looks awesome. Really awesome, in fact. So awesome that I think it could give "Batman: Arkham Asylum" a run for its money as one of the best comic book based video games released in recent years
While most would agree that Spider-Man video games have improved by literal leaps and bounds in the past three decades, there's been some backlash against current rights holder Activision for resting on its laurels since the release of "Spider-Man 2" in 2004 and its more or less redeco "Ultimate Spider-Man" two years after