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  1. 32 of 33 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Play Set!, September 26, 2014
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    This review is from: Disney Infinity Marvel Super Heroes 2.0 Edition, Spider Man (Video Game)
    I bought Disney Infinity 2.0 and the Spider-Man play set at a midnight release, and my little brother and I play this play set more than the Avengers one that came with the game!

    Pros:

    – Great characters. Spider-Man and Nova are both very fun to play as. Spider-Man can swing from webs with somewhat realistic physics (e.g. if he’s close to the ground or a wall while swinging, he’ll run along those) and his combat moves are quite interesting. Nova, on the other hand, can fly extremely fast and his animations are beautiful, not to mention he’s great in combat.

    – Fun play set. The city is so lively, with tons of people walking around and vehicles driving around. There are many quests to complete and an interesting story to go through, making this play set feel like an entire expansion pack.

    – Voice acting. The voice acting is really nice. I particularly like J. Jonah Jameson’s voicework, and I’m not sure if his voice actor is J.K. Simmons (The man that played JJJ in the Spider-Man movies and does JJJ’s voice in the recent Spider-Man cartoons), but it sounds great nonetheless.

    Cons:

    – If I had to pick a con, it would be the vehicles. The car that one acquires is an unstoppable force of nature when it comes to hitting other cars, but will stop dead in its tracks when it hits a tree. Not really a big issue, although tree collisions have made me fail more than one mission…

    I highly recommend this set to any Disney Infinity 2.0 player. I feel it’s more than worth the price tag!

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  2. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Yay! More Spider-Man!, January 26, 2015
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    This review is from: Disney Infinity Marvel Super Heroes 2.0 Edition, Spider Man (Video Game)
    I really enjoyed the first Disney Infinity game, and was excited to see that Marvel characters were going to be a part of the next game, especially Spider-Man. As a long-time Spider-Man fan, I was excited to get a new Spider-Man game and figure. The final product is both fun and underwhelming at the same time. Though the figures and in-game characters are great, the playset itself is rather disappointing.

    First, I want to talk about the figures themselves. The pack comes with Spider-Man and Nova (who most kids will know from the Disney XD series Ultimate Spider-Man). Both have nice paint details and their poses are quite dynamic. Though I would have appreciated painted webs on Spider-Man, his figure in particular is one of the best in the current line of Disney Infinity Marvel figures. I only wish that Nova had a yellow/gold helmet like he does in the show. I’m not opposed to his helmet being more comic-accurate, but the bluish-green color doesn’t work as well on this figure.

    In the game, both characters are really fun to play as. The characters are more developed than they were in LEGO Marvel Superheroes, mostly thanks to the new skill tree. The skill tree is basically a selection of different upgrades you can purchase after leveling up your character. I really like this new addition because it helps make you feel like you really are the characters you play as.

    As a side note, one of my favorite parts about Spider-Man is that his web slinging is more like that of the 2004 Spider-Man 2 game. You really feel the gravity of each individual web line you shoot, which I think add an extra amount of depth to the game. The web slinging in this is much more realistic than the slinging in LEGO Marvel Superheroes.

    Unfortunately, the playset itself is rather underwhelming. Based on the show Ultimate Spider-Man, the story is about Spider-Man and his team (Nova and Iron Fist are playable, White Tiger and Power Man give you missions) trying to stop a symbiote attack on New York (similar to Web of Shadows). As cool as this sounds, this is merely a premise that sets you up for a few hours of fighting bad guys. Unlike some of Disney Infinity 1.0’s playsets which boasted many different types of missions, this playset only features fighting missions. There are some puzzles at the beginning and end of the playset, but even these don’t mix up the game enough to make it feel fresh. On top of that, some of the puzzles at the end were a little confusing. I’m seventeen and found some of them too vague. How much harder would a ten-year-old kid figure them out?

    There are good things about the playset, however. The voice acting in particular is a thing I really appreciate in this game. I like how (most) of the voices from Ultimate Spider-Man returned to voice their characters, such as Drake Bell and Greg Cipes. The only voice I don’t like is White Tiger’s. I don’t know if the actress from the show returned or not, but whoever does the voice in the game is very wooden when it comes to her voice acting. I also like the fact that the world is much bigger than, say, the Incredibles city in the first game. Finally, I would like to say that, overall, I just like the fact that the TV series got its own game, even if the game is mostly disappointing.

    Though the playset itself was disappointing, the overall product is worth it. You still get two great figures and two really fun playable characters. I personally find more fun playing as Spider-Man in something like Assault on Asgard (an extra mini game that came with the Marvel version of the Starter Pack). I’m glad I got this pack, but I just want you to know that the story mode is rather bland. Otherwise, it’s a great buy, especially for fans of the ol’ webhead.

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  3. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    worthy addition to Avengers!, January 26, 2015
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    This review is from: Disney Infinity Marvel Super Heroes 2.0 Edition, Spider Man (Video Game)
    Bought this after playing on the Marvel Starter Pack for a few weeks. Was a little worried with redundancy since I read that this Spiderman Playset is based in the same city as the Avengers Playset, but I’m a Spidey fan and I had to have it.

    I love it! From the gameplay with Spidey to the missions, it feels like a very different game despite the setting being almost identical. You can even see Tony Stark’s Avengers building (but can’t quite get to it – out of bounds.) You hear J. Jonah Jameson spewing his biased news as you websling past The Daily Bugle building. It’s easy to imagine an entirely different group of developers working on the SpiderMan Playset vs the Avengers Playset, and ya know what? The SpiderMan group wins, hands down. The missions aren’t as boring or repetitive, the storyline is more interesting, you get your missions from a greater variety of characters, and the missions themselves are more varied in scope and setting (including frequent trips to the sewers, which Spidey even quips about, but I won’t spoil.) Oh, and there is just no equal to playing as SpiderMan….

    Webslinging with Spidey is really well done. The only disconnect is that you don’t need anything for the web to attach to, i.e. you can websling across open space. But if you can suspend that little piece of reality, it is fun-fun-FUN!!! (It is a GAME after all.) There is definitely an art to getting the webslinging down just right and there’s some challenges that help you get up to speed without it being a chore. In Spiderman’s ability tree you can unlock “upgraded” webslinging, which lets him swing higher and faster. Well done here, it would have been harder to learn starting off at that level. Nice way to progressively step you into webbing around the city like a pro.

    So far as fighting, he is of the nimble, mono-et-mono type… somewhere inbetween IronMan and Black Widow. (In stark contrast with the likes of Hiro, whose kid-friendly “range attack” is riding a nonstop wave of nanobots that rolls over everything in its path.) Even his special attack (where he displays his trademarked upside-down-spidey-hang) affects only a small area. Spidey’s ranged attack is weak compared to IronMan, but it quickly web-binds enemies for a few seconds buying you time to defeat them one by one. Spidey also gets a web-bolt attack which grabs and pulls enemies to him one by one from out of a crowd and, once upgraded, unleashes some wicked combos. The web-bolt also works in reverse; instead of pulling enemies to Spiderman, you can use it to pull Spidey to objects. This opens up a LOT of depth to his maneuverability if you learn to use it. And, maybe my favorite, you can unlock SPIDEY SENSE which tells you when he’s being targeted for attack and improves blocking! Sweeeeeet.

    Crossover characters are IronMan and the Hulk, each unlocking more storyline and missions. Of course, you need to collect the 10 crossover coins for each character before you can plop them in. Unlike the Avengers Playset, each character’s coins are all together, lined up for you in a path. Not sure how I feel about that, but alas, doesn’t matter what I think. There’s still plenty of those chests scattered around the city to find, and they can be plenty challenging to snag in mid-air, even after you think you’re pretty good at webslinging. (I guess you could use Nova to get them, but that’s cheating! hah )

    Spidey will be harder for younger ones to use effectively, but more rewarding for those that put in the time to learn him. I think Nova is the character intended for the younger ones in the pack – right out of the box he can fly and is much simpler to control.

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