I'm not expecting much from Amazing Spider-Man 2. Andrew Garfield is a great Peter Parker and Spider-Man but Marc Webb has shown little discipline and Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci are... whatever the opposite of a Joss Whedon is. The special effects should be great. The action should be fun. But even a cursory look at how much Sony allowed to be crammed into the sequel to what was an already unfocused original makes anything short of a train wreck hard to imagine. Still. Spider-Man. I'll be seeing it as soon as possible. If you want more web-slinging fun as well, you can head on over to iTunes and get both of Sam Raimi's superior Spider-Men — I saw you seeing what I did there — as well as his own train wreak of a third film. You can also grab the official Spider-Man 2 game from the App Store and help Peter find a better destiny. Here are all the links!
Gameloft has released a new trailer and some new screenshots for their upcoming game The Amazing Spider-Man 2, coming next week. Spider-Man 2 was originally announced last month as an open world experience that would let you sling webs, crawl on walls, and fight villains in true Spider-Man style.
Gameloft has announced The Amazing Spider-Man 2 for iPhone and iPad, the follow-up to its original Amazing Spider-Man game. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 promises gamers a bigger Manhattan than the first game, where you'll be able to roam freely and webling above the streets to your heart's content.
Gameloft and Marvel have announced that they are working together to bring the official Amazing Spider-Man game to the iPhone, iPad and Android devices later this year. The new game will be based on the Sony Pictures film "The Amazing Spider-Man" and should deliver full 3D action, missions, rich gameplay and comprehensive battle systems.