New DLC swings in for The Amazing Spider-Man

New DLC swings in for The Amazing Spider-Man


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Game Info

GAME NAME: The Amazing Spider-Man

DEVELOPER(S): Beenox

PUBLISHER(S): Activision

PLATFORM(S): Xbox 360, PS3

GENRE(S): Action

RELEASE DATE(S): 29 June 2012

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Activision has just announced new DLC packs for The Amazing Spider-Man movie tie-in on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

Two packs are available at a 240MSP/$2.99 price point and include the following:

  • Rhino Challenge Pack – Play as the villain Rhino, and "unleash his formidable powers to destroy anything and everything in his path in a timed event full of speed, combo streaks, and of course, a ton of things to break!"
  • Oscorp Search & Destroy Pack – "With this pack, Spider-Man’s smartphone will feature two mini-games inspired by classic arcade fun."

Two additional packs are available at a 320MSP/$3.99 price point and include the following:

  • Lizard Rampage Pack –Play as the villain Lizard. "Go berserk through the streets using his devastating stomp attack and tail swipe to defeat Oscorp guards and earn mega points.  Use his boost jump to bound great distances over the city.  Destroy blast towers to buy yourself more time and delay Oscorp from releasing their cross-species containment blast across the city!  This pack also includes the exclusive Vigilante Spider-Man Suit from the feature film, the suit Peter Parker dons to fight crime before developing his famous costume."
  • Stan Lee Adventure Pack – "Players take on the role of Stan “The Man” Lee in his own special mission across Manhattan, borrowing abilities from his old pal Spider-Man as they collect pages of his latest script in a spectacular race around Manhattan.  Stan’s mission is punctuated with his witty banter that fans have come to know and love, and a special surprise waits for them at the end of the mission – after all, this year is Spider-Man’s 50th anniversary!"

You can also buy a bundle pack with all of the above DLC for $9.99 on the PlayStation Store. I guess Xbox 360 fans are out of luck on that one.

Which packs are you planning on purchasing?

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