Spider-Man (2000)

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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. ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Rino Romano ...
Spider-Man / Bank Thug #1 (voice)
Doctor Octopus (voice)
Black Cat (voice)
Chad Findley ...
Bank Thug #2 / Eagle-One Pilot (voice)
Christopher Corey Smith ...
Captain America, Health Club Trainer, Hostage / Police Pilot / Sniper / Microchip (voice)
Narrator (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Julie Bennett ...
Old Woman (voice)
Mary Jane / Female Workout Instructor / Young Woman Screaming / Young Woman / Female Police Pilot (voice)
David Koseruba ...
Eddie Brock (voice)
Monster-Ock / Symbiotes / Police Pilot #1 / Henchman #1 / Lizard Men Vocal Effects / Security Guard (voice)
Hostage in 'What If? Mode' (voice) (unconfirmed)


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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25 August 2000 (USA)  »

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Spiderman  »

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In homage to the classic Marvel series "What If?", this game has a "What If?" mode that can be accessed by the password screen, introduced by the Watcher (as the original comics were). With this mode on, you can play through the game and observe the (frequently hilarious) changes that have taken place. Changes range from insignificant alterations to complete deviations from the original premise. See more »


[during his fight with Mysterio]
Spider-Man: Ooh! Look at the big Master of Illusion!
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References Die Hard: With a Vengeance (1995) 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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Awesome game, with flaws
22 December 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Spider-Man" for a while was considered the best superhero video game ever made. I still own the Sony Playstation version and have recently begun to play it again on my Playstation 3 after it's been collecting dust for the last six years or so in my basement. This is true video game magic: it not only captures the spirit of the Marvel Comics icon, but it's a damn-fun game to boot, too. A new villain is in town, and it's up to Peter Parker, better known as our red, black, and blue-suited wall-crawler Spider-Man, to stop this new menace before it's too late. It features many prominent characters from the world of Spider-Man as well as the entire Marvel Universe, including Parker's love interest Mary Jane Watson, Dr. Octopus, Black Cat, Venom, Carnage, The Scorpion, hard-nosed Daily Bugle editor J. Jonah Jameson, and Johnny Storm/The Human Torch from the Fantastic Four. Spider-Man comic book co-creator Stan Lee also narrates Our Hero's tale. There are plenty of extras here as well, that make playing it again after you've beaten it well worth it, including extra costumes, a gallery of famous Spider-Man comic book covers, and character profiles. The biggest flaw with "Spider-Man" was its spotty camera system, which could sometimes make it difficult to know where Spidey has to swing to during times of intense action. A good game, despite its flaws.


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