While Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions and Spider-Man are great games in their own right (and proof that Beenox has a heck of a track record), there’s this inescapable thought that the games feel “closed in”, without giving Spidey too much room to roam around. It’s a change of pace from what we were able to do with him in Treyarch’s movie-licensed Spider-Man games. Again, they’re not bad at all, but some of you have been clamoring for a return to the “go anywhere, do anything” style. Well, later this month you’ll be getting just that with The Amazing Spider-Man. And Activision recently invited us down to go hands-on with him.