|Release date:||12 March 2004|
|Developer:||Point of View|
McFarlane's cult comic creation goes next gen, with Namco's licensed-up action adventure Spawn: Armageddon
OK, so the film may have been a bit dodgy, but what's a duff movie between fans eh? Spawn: Armageddon is the second videogame outing for the comic book anti-hero, and followers of the undead one's adventures will be relieved to hear that it's an altogether more successful interpretation than the big screen adaptation.
Playing as the iconic character with the sort of scarf-toting action that'd have Shinobi's accessorising über-ninja Hotsuma pouting with envy, you'll embark on an earth-bound mission to repel hell's minions who, as ever, are intent on global domination.
Armed with an unholy arsenal of devastating weaponry, you'll go on a one-man crusade to send the devil's front-line packing in a variety of effective yet entertaining methods. Wreak havoc with Spawn's obligatory axe, handy for close-quarters attacks, or unleash hellpower attacks for more stylish, spectacular killings. There's also a chain on offer, and a selection of your more traditional hot-lead spurting fodder, for run-and-gun antics.
- Tout Spawn's fearsome array of weaponry, including his trusty axe, chains and guns
- Unleash hellpower attacks on unwitting undead opponents
- Featuring voice talent from the animated series