Spider-Man (2002)

Video Game  |  Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi  |  16 April 2002 (USA)
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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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Credited cast:
Tour Guide (voice)
Harry Osborn (voice)
Mary Jane (voice) (as Cat O'Conner)
Vulture (voice)
Shocker (voice)
Scorpion (voice) (as Mike McColl)
Jay Gordon ...
Peter Lurie ...
Dr. Stromm (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Spike / Security Guard (voice)
Woman on the Rooftop (voice)
Bethany Rhoades ...
Betty Brant (voice)
Kraven / Dr. Rue (voice)


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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The names of some of the buildings are Archtech and Activision. Those are the names of the companies that are responsible for the game. See more »


[while Spider-Man web-swings to catch up with the Vulture in the rain, the Vulture causes damage to a water tower on a rooftop]
Vulture: Those people look thirsty, don't they? Why don't I serve them a drink?
Spider-Man: I think the folks down there are wet enough already!
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Plays like the Spider-man game for the playstation one, just not quite as good.
7 May 2009 | by See all my reviews

This game plays like that game as far as the combat and swinging is concerned, however the story is lifted from the first Spider-man movie. Well a lot of it is anyways as there are a lot more enemies to face than just the Green Goblin here. Well not to many more, mainly you get to fight The Shocker who seems to be the old standby in these games, Scorpian, and the Vulture. I think in the Xbox version you get to fight a couple of other bad guys one of which is Kraven the Hunter and the second of which I do not know. Tobey and William lend their voices to this game, however Bruce Campbell as the tour guide steals the show as he had me cracking up. The game is good for the most part, I just thought it followed the movie a bit to much and like in the Spider-man game for the playstation one Spider-man seems to be swinging on a web that is attached to absolutely nothing. The fights with the characters are fun as I enjoyed fighting the Shocker and Green Goblin the most. The fights in this game with the Green Goblin top the fights with Doc Ock in the next game. Still the levels on the roofs are a bit of a pain at times, you get stuck in that stupid costume longer than I care for, if they were going to follow the movie so closely why did they not incorporate the fight with Bonesaw in the main storyline of the game, and there are various other little annoyances in the game to be found as some of the fights and stealth stuff gets on one's nerves. Still, at least this game did not ignore Spidey's strength like part II and III did. Though both those games are the superior web swinging games.

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