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)
Michael Beattie ...
Shocker (voice)
Scorpion (voice) (as Mike McColl)
Jay Gordon ...
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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16 April 2002 (USA)  »

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After completing the game on at least hero mode, you get to play in an alternate timeline as Harry Osborn in his father's Green Goblin costume complete with glider and weapons. However, he is voiced by Josh Keaton, instead of James Franco who played Harry Osborn in the movie. See more »


Tour Guide: [during basic training] Web swing over to your next objective. If you can't find your next objective, I can't help you. Turn off the machine and walk away.
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Pure Fun
17 February 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I only started seriously gaming around 2001-2002, and this was the first game I ever really got into. By far it is the most fun E-Rated action game there is.

First of all, there are the dozens of creative, entertaining levels. The basic plot of the game follows the movie very well, and every few levels will be part of the main storyline. In between your fights with the Goblin and other villains from the movie are the best parts of the game: Battling the Shocker, The Vulture, the Scorpion, and hordes of robots and other henchmen.

Secondly, there are what seems like a million combo moves which can be picked up throughout the game to keep it more exciting.

Further, even though it does follow a specific story and doesn't allow a lot of freedom web-swinging-wise (at least, compared to its sequels), there are secret areas, shortcuts, easter eggs, and bonus objectives enough so that each time you play the game it can be an entirely new experience.

My personal favorite parts of the game are the scores of special features. If you defeat the game at the hardest setting, you get a Green Goblin costume and Glider which, in addition to completely changing game-play, gives you a whole new (often more interesting) storyline to follow. In addition to this, there are the training missions, including my favorite, Big Brawl, which are loads of fun and offer even more of Bruce Campbell's hilarious narration.

Though this game is intended for younger gamers, it can be incredibly fun at times, and remains one of my all-time favorites.

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