Spider-Man studio Beenox has said it hasn’t tired of working on Spider-Man games after completing its third consecutive game in the Marvel hero’s franchise.
The Activision-owned developer recently finished work on movie tie-in The Amazing Spider-Man which follows The Edge of Time and Shattered Dimension games in 2011 and 2010.
Speaking exclusively with GamerZines, Beenox’s lead game designer Rodolphe Recca explained why the studio is still enjoying making games for your friendly nighbourhood Spider-Man.
“Spider-Man is a great character and he has so many possibilities that each game is different,” said Recca.
Recca explained that the Beenox team is split in two and that work on The Amazing Spider-Man game began two years ago when the studio was preparing to ship Shattered Dimensions and was in developing Edge of Time.
“Every time we work on a Spider-Man game, it’s something different. It’ll be the 50th anniversary of Spider-Man soon and no one is bored of that character. He is human, he has feeling but he has these responsibilities and these powers. He’s limitless.”
Recca told GamerZines it does not know what future the Canadian studio will have with the Marvel hero following the release of The Amazing Spider-Man.
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