The Amazing Spider-Man

PS3, XB360, WII, DS, 3DS, PC, WIIU, PSVITA / Action / Release: Jun 26, 2012 / ESRB: T

The Amazing Spider-Man coming to Vita

By Andrew Yoon, Oct 12, 2013 2:00pm PDT

Better late than never? The Amazing Spider-Man game from Beenox released on nearly every platform imaginable when the corresponding film came out in 2012--except for Vita. Activision is making up for that omission next month.


The Amazing Spider-Man 2 game announced, coming 2014

By Andrew Yoon, Oct 12, 2013 10:22am PDT

Beenox, Activision's go-to developer of Spider-Man games, is working on a tie-in game for The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Coming spring 2014, alongside...


The Amazing Spider-Man coming to Wii U on March 5

By Steve Watts, Feb 15, 2013 9:00am PST

The Amazing Spider-Man is coming to Wii U on March 5, Activision has announced. It will sport all of the released DLC packs, and be playable off-screen with the GamePad.


The Amazing Spider-Man getting two new DLC exclusively on PS3

By Steve Watts, Sep 24, 2012 2:00pm PDT

The PS3 version of The Amazing Spider-Man is getting two more pieces of DLC tomorrow, letting you play as the Lizard or play a few arcade mini-games. Plus, the Rhino and Stan Lee pre-order packs will be available for sale.


June NPD: Lego Batman 2, Future Soldier top the charts

By Steve Watts, Jul 13, 2012 7:30am PDT

Lego Batman 2 topped the June NPD charts, followed by Future Soldier and Diablo 3.


Amazing Spider-Man swings onto PC in August

By Alice O'Connor, Jun 27, 2012 2:30pm PDT

It was casually mentioned during E3 that Beenox's swing 'em up The Amazing Spider-Man would be coming to PC as well as consoles, but oh how easily dreams and reality merge during that weird week. How splendid, then, to hear that it is indeed coming to Steam in August.


The Amazing Spider-Man preview

By Andrew Yoon, Jun 05, 2012 12:00pm PDT

It's unfortunate that The Amazing Spider-Man is titled as such, because it's inevitable that not-so-clever journalists like myself will go for the obvious headline: "The Bot-So-Amazing Spider-Man."


Spider-Man, Battlefield 3, Sly Cooper for Vita - Shacknews Daily: May 18, 2012

By Garnett Lee, May 18, 2012 4:00pm PDT

In preparing for the weekend, Garnett looks at the new video for The Amazing Spider-Man, chats up Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time for the Vita and talks about a new premium service planned for Battlefield 3.


Amazing Spider-Man trailer runs atop a bus

By Alice O'Connor, May 18, 2012 10:30am PDT

The Amazing Spider-Man developer Beenox is trying to capture the joy of scampering around New York City as Peter Spiderman in its movie tie-in game with a context-sensitive system dubbed 'Web Rush,' shown off in a new trailer.


Amazing Spider-Man pre-order bonuses detailed

By Steve Watts, May 09, 2012 7:00am PDT

The Amazing Spider-Man will be getting playable Rhino and Stan Lee as retailer-specific pre-order bonuses.


The Amazing Spider-Man preview

By Andrew Yoon, Apr 16, 2012 12:00pm PDT

There's good reason to be skeptical of The Amazing Spider-Man. Because it's a licensed movie game, it inherently draws suspicion. Based on an early hands-off demo of the game, I'll say that Beenox has a chance of doing right by gamers.


Amazing Spider-Man supports Move on PS3

By Steve Watts, Mar 26, 2012 8:00am PDT

The Amazing Spider-Man on PlayStation 3 will support the Move controller, though exact details on the functionality have yet to be disclosed.


Amazing Spider-Man features playable Stan Lee

By Steve Watts, Mar 01, 2012 1:15pm PST

Stan Lee will appear as a "playable character" in the next Amazing Spider-Man, he has revealed.


The Amazing Spider-Man swinging in June 26

By Alice O'Connor, Feb 24, 2012 9:00am PST

Open-world web-slinging swing 'em up The Amazing Spider-Man is crawling into stores on June 26. A new trailer has... skittered? out too, showing off developer Beenox's take on classic Spidey villain The Rhino.


The Amazing Spider-Man teaser-trailer released

By Jeff Mattas, Dec 07, 2011 2:15pm PST

Beenox Studios has released a teaser for the upcoming The Amazing Spider-Man, which ties-in to the upcoming feature film, and boasts the return of open-world web-slinging.