I‘m a nerd with a top ten list of favorite superheroes. Spider-Man is number three. As much as I love Spidey, I’ve been a bit nervous of Activision’s annualization of our friendly, neighborhood, web head. I really enjoyed the first Spider-Man tie-in game. The second one was pretty good too. After that, I skipped a few years and stopped back in to play Web Of Shadows which I really enjoyed. Since then, two other Spider-Man games have come out, Shattered Dimensions and most recently Edge Of Time. I was always curious of Shattered Dimensions but never got around to playing it. So when Tony mentioned we had a review copy of Edge Of Time, I jumped on the opportunity to sling some web.
What You Need To Know
Edge Of Time is not a sequel to last year’s Shattered Dimensions but more of a follow up. Instead of four different Spider-Men Spider-Mans Spiders-Man web heads, we have only two; Amazing Spider-Man and Spider-Man 2099. The game opens with Spider-Man getting beat up by a supercharged Anti-Venom. But as per the Hollywood standard of annoying me, this is simply a tease as the story is then rewound to an earlier time but in the future. You follow that? Continue reading Spider-Man: Edge Of Time Review (Wii)
Here it is, folks. Episode 40 of The Question Block. 40 episodes mean I have spent approximately 120 hours editing these shows. Huh, that really doesn’t seem that bad does it? That’s only a third of the time I have spent playing Borderlands. What am I always complaining about? Anyway, this month we are giving away a copy of Super Mario 3D Land for the 3DS; not that there are any other systems to give it away for. If you want to win, listen to the show and send your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org. Remember, there can only be one winner but you all can be our friends.
The Question Block – 40
Round 1 – Dual Joystick Shooter Music
Round 2 – Faster Than a Speeding Bullet
Round 3 – Book Style
Round 4 – Disney Published Games
This is the part where I ask you to join our Facebook group, follow us on Twitter, talk on our forum, subscribe to our YouTube channel and to listen to our other podcast. Let me know if I did a good job with all that. It’s getting harder to come up with new ways to do it twice a week.
When it comes to turtles, I love being one; especially Mikey. As you will see in this week’s Go Round of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles In Time, Mikey is the best of all turtles. Peter refuses to see the truth at first, but he soon realizes the error of his turtle choosing ways.