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Blargh

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Miguel

Subj: The Wikipedia article is pretty complete
Posted: Fri May 04, 2007 at 10:47:42 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Spider-man 3 uh wait, what? Oh yeah, the GAME
Posted: Fri May 04, 2007 at 08:52:35 pm EDT

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I've got a question. To those in the know, I hear the ps3 and Xbox360 get a 10 storyline game, and everything else down with the ps2 and Wii have five, right? I want to be clear about which system game offers what before either renting or buying it, and most of the sites suck about openly stating which's got what.

I know the Nintendo version gets Morbius and Shriek, and the ps3 special ed lets you play as Harry (but I ain't dropping $500 for a system, any system), but if you guys got the facts straight that'd be cool. I own a ps2, but I'm leaning toward picking it up for the comp if it's as long and has enough bonus points as the rest.



Xbox360, PS3, and PC are the exact same game, with PS3 getting the New Goblin as a playable character, though 360 will likely be getting downloadable content. This game was developed by the same guys who did the last movie game.

The Wii, PSP, and PS2 versions are essentially the same game for the "lower gen" systems, developed by the same guys who did Ultimate Spider-Man. I know PSP will have a free roaming environment, but smaller than the consoles. The Wii, according to IGN, is a game built from the groundup and utilizes some controls.

There is also a DS and GBA version, but they probably suck.

For the best graphics and the most gameplay, get the PS3 or 360. The PC version sucked last time around, and I've heard mixed reviews at best of it. However, if you don't own a 360 or ps3, then go for the ps2 version.

> I've got a question. To those in the know, I hear the ps3 and Xbox360 get a 10 storyline game, and everything else down with the ps2 and Wii have five, right? I want to be clear about which system game offers what before either renting or buying it, and most of the sites suck about openly stating which's got what.
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> I know the Nintendo version gets Morbius and Shriek, and the ps3 special ed lets you play as Harry (but I ain't dropping $500 for a system, any system), but if you guys got the facts straight that'd be cool. I own a ps2, but I'm leaning toward picking it up for the comp if it's as long and has enough bonus points as the rest.
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