Looking back at Spider-Man’s tragic past in the hands of Activision

A game title Spider-Man new is about to be released, and fortunately, this time it is developed by Insomniac and published by Sony. For fans and even for Spider-Man himself, this is truly such good news that it might make them cry. Why? Because in the past, the IP game Spider Man was once owned by Activision. Instead of creating great games with the world’s most famous superhero, this US publisher is looking for ways to squeeze Spiderman with slanderous products and shamelessly eaten.

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Most of the Spider Man games made under Activision’s hands are of extremely sloppy quality, based on movies and without a bit of depth. Compared to them, what Insomniac’s new Spider-Man game will certainly be a true masterpiece. Even Spider-Man fans have stopped comparing these games with each other, because that would be a slander for Insomniac’s own passionate work.

Of all the sloppy works of Activision, only Spider Man 2 is probably worthy of the Spider-Man label in the hearts of fans. And since this game (2004) until recently, Activision has continuously “born” 8 more slanderous products. Obviously, this big man only cares about quantity, not quality. Not only that, instead of focusing on a system like PS 2/3 or Xbox 360, Activision seems to want to “flood” the market as much as possible, from Nintendo Wii, DS, Gameboy Advance to GameCube. All, just to get as much money out of the fans’ pockets as possible.

Below is a list of Spider Man titles released by Activision since Spider Man 2:​​

  • Spider-Man 2: The Sinister Six​

  • Spider-Man (2002)​

  • Spider-Man 2

  • Spider-Man & Friends​

  • Ultimate Spider-Man (2005 video game)​

  • Marvel: Ultimate Alliance​

  • Spider-Man: Battle for New York​

  • Spider-Man 3​

  • Spider-Man: Friend or Foe​

  • Spider-Man: Web of Shadows​

  • Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2​

  • Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions​​

  • Spider-Man: Edge of Time (developed by Beenox)​​

  • The Amazing Spider-Man (developed by Beenox)​​

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Activision never seems to care about the quality of the products they make, as long as fans are still paying for them. For them, that was enough, and there was no need to change their ways. This was also true of Ubisoft, when this game company continuously “lays” an Assassin’s Creed game every year. However, Ubisoft has realized this mistake. What do they do to change it? Ubisoft took a few years off to rest, and then released Assassin’s Creed Origins, one of the most well-received works of the game.

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New Spider-Man of Insomniac Game promises to be a super product of 2018

Activision won’t do that. Apparent. And even if they wanted to, they would no longer have that opportunity, when now the copyright of Spider Man belongs to Sony Interactive Entertainment. Obviously, Sony knows how to regain the reputation of the “baby” product, when handing it over to Insomniac Game, one of the studios extremely skilled in producing superhero games. With all the information revealed so far, the new Spider-Man is obviously a great game for Spider-Man fans to have the opportunity to celebrate after more than a decade of having to “chew hotel instead of rice”.​

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