In this game loosely based on the film, Spider-Man is on a mission to fight evil in the forms of the villains Shocker, Vulture, Scorpion, and the Green Goblin.

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Tour Guide (voice)
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Harry Osborn (voice)
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Mary Jane (voice) (as Cat O'Conner)
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Vulture (voice)
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Shocker (voice)
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Scorpion (voice) (as Mike McColl)
Jay Gordon ...
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Dr. Stromm (voice)
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Spike / Security Guard (voice)
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Woman on the Rooftop (voice)
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Betty Brant (voice)
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Kraven / Dr. Rue (voice)
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Storyline

With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility, those are the words Peter Parker aka Spider-Man will never forget as he battles crime. Based off the movie, Spider-Man does his usual hero work fighting super-villains like Scorpion, the Vulture and the nutty and powerful Scorpion. His biggest challenge is the Green Goblin aka the insane Norman Osborn; who threatens to destroy everything good in Spider-Man's life....or join him. Written by commanderblue

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16 April 2002 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Josh Keaton, the voice of Harry Osbourne in the game, ironically voiced Spiderman/Peter Parker in the 2008-2009 show The Spectacular Spider-Man (2008). See more »

Quotes

Spider-Man: A car-jacker killed an old man earlier today. The killer's a skull. Where is he?
Skull: I can't tell you, he'd kill me.
Spider-Man: What makes you think I won't?
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Spun-off from Spider-Man (2002) See more »

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Almost very good
28 June 2002 | by (London) – See all my reviews

I have to say I enjoyed the game very much, and would have given it an 8 were it not for two very annoying flaws. The first is that the positions taken by the "camera" were often appalling. Sure you can manually move the view point around, but in the heat of the moment when surrounded by baddies, you simply don't have the time. I found some parts of the game extremely frustrating because of this. The second is that the loading times are excessive, and in my view occasionally unnecessary. Ok, you expect to have to wait for a new level to load, but when you die you have to wait for the current level to re-load.

I think both these flaws are a result of sloppy programming, or maybe the game just needed to spend more time in development instead of rushing a release to coincide with the film. It's a shame, because I very much enjoyed the variety in the gameplay, and the degree of control that, with practise, you can exercise over Spidey. Overall, then, I give it a 6.


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