Spider-Man/Peter Parker struggles between his personal life which involves Mary Jane Watson and his superhero life where he joins up with a vigilante known as Black Cat battling a series of foes including the mad Doc Ock.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Black Cat (voice)
John Jameson / Security Guard / Male Pedestrian / Thug (voice)
Aunt May / Female Pedestrian / Scientist (voice)
Rhino (voice)
Jay Gordon ...
J. Jonah Jameson / Thug Gallo / Police Officer (voice)
Bethany Rhoades ...
Betty Brant / Balloon Kid (voice)
Rosie Octavius (voice)
Additional Voices (voice) (as Mike Mccoll)


In this sequel to 2002's Spider-Man the movie game, Peter Parker/Spider-Man(voiced by Tobey Maguire) now must face a mad scientist known as Doc Ock(voiced by Alfred Molina) and struggle with the fact that Mary Jane Watson(voiced by Kirsten Dunst) is engaged to John Jameson. Series of other problems occur such as a corrupt evil Hollywood special effects star named Quentin Beck/Mysterio(voiced by James Arnold Taylor) plans to prove Spider-Man is a false and take over New York City; the dazzling vigilante Black Cat(voiced by Holly Fields) who aides Spider-Man with his personal problems and against the evil returning Shocker(voiced by Michael Beattie), and the usual duties of being a hero: protecting the citizens from danger. Written by commanderblue

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Nowhere you can't go. Nothing you can't do.



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29 June 2004 (USA)  »

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Collision lines (the usually invisible areas that tell the game whether or not you're colliding with something) are constantly visible. Look for the white line around characters. See more »


Tour Guide: Style advisory: dodging is stylish. Let's face it. When thugs hit you, you look like a tool.
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an improvement of the original, but...
27 August 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I still miss the original game play of the first Spider-Man game. While the first game involved missions of kicking butt and doing investigative work, the sequel is about saving people from New York of all kinds of threats from Sinking Boats, Armed Robberies, Carjackings, Muggings, Explosions and more. I'll admit, the game play is great because you're still experiencing the same excitement as the first game when you follow the movie plot; just like in part 2, Parker has to deal with responbility on his alter ego while Mary Jane Watson is going out with John Jameson. Also the bad guys are no picnic either; you deal with the main villain of the movie, Dr. Octopus along with Rhino, Mysterio, and Shocker. I expected to see at least Scorpion after his dissaperence from the first gain. That's the good news. The bad news is that the game is incessant, meaning never ending. As you finish playing the movie version, you are on your own getting points to earn bonus moves and I would say just play the movie levels and that's it.


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