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

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Spider-Man / Bank Thug 1 (voice)
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Doctor Octopus (voice)
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Black Cat / Mary Jane (voice)
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Chad Findley ...
Bank Thug 2 / Eagle-One Pilot / Security Guard (voice)
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Hostage / Police Pilot / Sniper / Microchip / Health Club Trainer (voice)
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Himself (voice)
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Storyline

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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E

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25 August 2000 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Spiderman  »

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(5.1) (L-R)

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1.37 : 1
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Trivia

If a swear word is entered in the cheats menu, Spider-Man will pop up from the bottom of the screen and give it a smack. Additionally any swear words entered as the file name are automatically changed to other words (e.g. "sugar"). See more »

Quotes

Mysterio: Who's laughing now, Spidey?
[laughs]
Mysterio: I believe it's me!
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Connections

Spoofs Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999) See more »

Soundtracks

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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Forget the PS version, buy the DC version instead.
25 August 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If you played "Spider-Man" on the PS version, then you've seen it all. To truly experience it you should get the DC version. Simply put it's a much graphically superior game; the textures are sharp, levels are easy to navigate, and it has much better sound then it's PS cousin. I bought this game back in late '00s and it still holds up even till this day. Well, Marvel: Ultimate Alliance is a much superior and strategic game but if you're a fan of 'ol Web Head then you owe it yourself to pick this up for your gaming library. Swinging around the city as Spidey has never looked this good and dead-on in a video game. If you have a Dreamcast, snag this up for cheap. The DC version is simply incredible.


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