It is easy to point out the game's big picture visuals - which Edge of Time excels at - yet the game's smaller visual touches help to sell the experience. Sadly, some of these elements may be overlooked, or go completely unnoticed.
Peter takes a beating during his adventure, doing a number to his costume. Usually, details like this are either ignored on the in-game character model, or are explained away with some oddball plot device. Here, Spidey's costume damage is modeled and remains throughout the rest of the game. Another cool special effect happens during a "Time Paradox" move. The screen is filled with purple webs, yet if you look hard enough, you'll see glimpses of Mary-Jane, adding an extra something to the concept of messing around with time.
Edge of Time returns two voice members from Shattered Dimensions. Josh Keaton trades in his Ultimate Spider-Man gear to voice Spider-Men, while Christopher Daniel Barnes goes from Noir to Spider-Man 2099. Both turn in solid performances. Despite sharing a moniker, they don't like each other all that much, leading to some great banter between the two.