They were bound to get one of them right, right?
The game follows a shortened version from the console game's plot, basically, it deals with Ultimate Peter Parker and Ultimate Eddie Brock's parents, and how their past experiments led to the creation of Venom, a bio-organism that finds itself tied to Ultimate Eddie Brock, turning them into Ultimate Venom. It's a rather interesting story, albeit you only get half the picture playing the handheld iteration of the game. It's seven chapters, and 23 stages long, which is more than fair for a handheld game.
You see, Spider-man is weak, but fast, and is limited by his web-cartridges. And you will need web, as binding enemies with web is one of the safest ways to go around as Spider-man. Venom, however, is a power house. His health is constantly dropping, but unlike Spider-man who must pray for an enemy to drop a health pick up or find one, can feast from any and every enemy, which means every enemy is a health pick up! It helps that Venom can take twice as much punishment and deal even more damage with his basic attacks, although he loses the ability to wrap enemies in webs or swing from webs, he has unlimited tentacle zip-lines for exploration.
8.0 out of 10