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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Black Cat (voice)
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Charles Klausmeyer ...
John Jameson / Security Guard / Male Pedestrian / Thug (voice)
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Aunt May / Female Pedestrian / Scientist (voice)
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Rhino (voice)
Jay Gordon ...
J. Jonah Jameson / Thug Gallo / Police Officer (voice)
Bethany Rhoades ...
Betty Brant / Balloon Kid (voice)
Michael Beattie ...
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Rosie Octavius (voice)
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Quentin Beck / Mysterio (voice)
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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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T

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29 June 2004 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Inside the Comic Book Store, on the wall above the register are posters of Black Cat, Rhino and Mysterio, as well as three villains who do not appear in the game: Kraven the Hunter, Lizard, and Scorpion. Interestingly, all of the three unseen villains in the posters, as well as the Rhino, will later appear in the Spider-Man 3 (2007) movie video game. See more »

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When taking pictures in the Daily Bugle missions, the cars on the streets are still moving in the photos. See more »

Quotes

Spider-Man: I can't see you any more.
Black Cat: Miraculous blindness?
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References Futurama (1999) See more »

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Beat your heart out
Performed by The Distillers
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One of the best games of the year.
15 August 2004 | by (douglasville, ga) – See all my reviews

An infinite number of times better than the first game. You can literally go anywhere and do anything. There is so much to do that even if you beat the game without doing anything else, you won't scratch the 50% bar. There's so much to do that doesn't have anything to with the storyline you can spend a month just swinging around collecting icons and helping people without doing much of anything to the storyline. You gotta love the voice work. Having the people from the movie do the voices for the game does wonders for the feeling of being sucked in to the game. The amount of power ups to buy is staggering and the attacks are very cool. The one I probably enjoyed using the most cold only happen in spider reflex mode. You would kick the person up in the air and proceed to pummel him many times like you were performing a bicycle kick on him. It looked so cool. The fan service in the form of Black Cat was nice. I liked how they cut her hair so short. The amount of markers was unbelievable. You could probably spend the better part of a month just trying to find all the hint markers. You really cannot beat this game in a month. You must try it at least once before you pass judgment.


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