Framed by Dr. Octopus, you must help Spider-Man clear his name and save the city.




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Cast overview:
Spider-Man / Bank Thug 1 (voice)
Doctor Octopus (voice)
Black Cat / Mary Jane (voice)
Carnage / Rhino / J. Jonah Jameson / Daredevil / The Lizard (voice)
Chad Findley ...
Bank Thug 2 / Eagle-One Pilot / Security Guard (voice)
Hostage / Police Pilot / Sniper / Microchip / Health Club Trainer (voice)
Himself (voice)


An evil plot slowly unfolds. A mysterious villain is planning a vast symbiote invasion of New York, and at the same time-has framed Spider-Man of stealing Dr. Octavious' new machinery. That's not the only trouble plaguing Spidey. He must also save J. Jonah Jamison from the Scorpion, stop Rhino's Rampage, and save Mary Jane from Venom. Written by Jimmy Martin (Lawrenceville, Georgia, USA)

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You don't just play it... You live it



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Release Date:

25 August 2000 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Spiderman  »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

(5.1) (L-R)


Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Did You Know?


On the Item Hunt training course, if you collect every token above ground, then descend underground and go through the door marked "?" all within one minute, you enter the Kraven room, based on Kraven the Hunter, one of Spider-Man's oldest enemies in the comics. See more »


[Doctor Octopus stands at the bars of a jail cell, while Scorpion, Mysterio, Rhino and a Jade Syndicate Thug play cards]
Scorpion: Wait. Hold on. Time out. All of you guys were working together and you *still* couldn't take down Spider-Man?
Mysterio: It's not *my* fault! Doc Ock's plan was *horrible!* Everyone *knows* you can't control the symbiotes.
[Rhino stands up, puzzled]
Rhino: Hey, wait. So, if I'm a rhino, you're a scorpion and he's an octopus, what's a Mysterio?
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References Predator 2 (1990) See more »


Theme Song
from Spider-Man (1967)
Written by Bob Harris & Paul Francis Webster
Remixed by Apollo 440 (Trevor Gray, Noko, Ian Hoxley & Howard Gray)
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A fun, entertaining game
2 August 2001 | by (North Carolina, USA) – See all my reviews

An enjoyable game, which offers fun and easy game play and fair replay ability. Staying true to the comic and providing a low learning curve gives this game something not seen in most action cartridges today. Also, the narration and animated scenes used (though lengthy animations are replaced by slide shows on the Nintendo 64 version) use full advantage of the platforms' capabilities.

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