Parent reviews for Spider-Man 3

Common Sense says

Free-swinging adventure tangled up in dull action.
Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 10+
Based on 5 reviews

Kids say

age 9+
Based on 29 reviews
Written byAnonymous November 24, 2018

The butt review

You would all think this Spider-Man game is like the others right, well it's not. This game has you photographing women on the sidewalk and you have to beat them up after. There is blood in the game but it is cartoon(WTH). There is cussing throughout the whole entire game in almost every scene. There is a lot of action in Spider-Man 3 game too. This game is pretty easy to play and there is no safety or privacy concerns where you have to give in personal information.
So this Spider-Man game is more for teens.











The butt review




By Daniel
Parent of a 11 and 15-year-old Written byL or £ June 29, 2010

People Stop Complaining

The game is different on every version. I got it on the Playstation 2 so there isn't anything bad in it.

This title contains:

Positive Messages
Positive role models
Adult Written byiatecheese May 6, 2010

IT SUCKS!

Animated blood, you must be kidding! This game was the worst spiderman game, worse than the first! IT SUCKS!
Parent of a 6 and 9-year-old Written byNightdiver June 25, 2009

Terrible Values marketed to kids!

This game is fun to play, my son loved it and I was not happy to see what was being marketed to kids. I am not too concerned about fighting violence against villans. The violence in this game is brutal, but there is no blood. I played for a couple of hours and here are the concerns. Swearing, Scantily clad females, excessive violence against women and others.

On one mission as spiderman, your assignment is to first photograph immodestly dressed girls while they are strutting on a catwalk. Then the girls start to fight and Spiderman has to go brutally beat up all of the scantily clad females.

Between inappropriate language, inappropriate sexual images and brutality towards women, I yanked the game and it is not allowed in our house.

This title contains:

Violence & scariness
Sexy stuff
Language
Consumerism
Adult Written byBLUE THUNDER April 9, 2008
Adult Written bySMOKEMNHALO2001 April 9, 2008

NOT BAD FOR A MOVIE-TIE-IN-GAME

AFTER SEEING HOW MUCH THE GAME HAS CHANGED FROM SPIDER-MAN 1 AND 2, YOU MAY WOUNDER WHY SPIDER-MAN 3 FEELS THE SAME. THAT'S BECAUSE SPIDER-MAN 3 KEEPS EVERYTHING THAT MADE THE FIRST TWO MOVIE GAMES A SUCCESS, BIG CITIES, AREAS, AND AN ARRAY OF SUPER VILLAINS. BUT THE ONE THING THAT WILL TAKE SOME GETTING USE TO IS THE SWINGING, IT'S NOT THE BEST MECHANIC SEEN IN A SPIDER-MAN GAME BUT WORKS WELL NONE THE LESS. THE GAME IS SOMEWHAT LOSE ABOUT THE PLOT. THE MAIN PLOT (THAT TAKES PLACE FROM THE MOVIE) IS SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT BUT MAKES SENSE. IT ACTUALLY FITS WELL WITH THE PLOT FOR THE MOVIE. THE SIDE PLOTS ARE SURPRISINGLY WELL WRITTEN, WITH A SUB-PLOT TO CARRY ON, EVEN IF YOU BEAT THE MAIN PLOT THERE'S STILL PLENTY OF THINGS TO DO, AND SEE.