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Spider-Man and the X-Men: Arcade's Revenge (1993)

Side-scrolling action featuring Spiderman and the X-Men.




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Spider-Man and five members of the X-Men have teamed up in this side-scrolling action game to fight against the evil Arcade, who has built a giant amusement park for the sole purpose of trapping and destroying the super-heroes. You first play as Spider-Man, who sees the X-Men get kidnapped by Arcade and follows them. Once you make it inside Arcade's park you can choose to play as Spider-Man, Cyclops, Storm, Gambit, or Wolverine, each of whom are trapped in a different part of Arcade's maze of deadly traps. You must navigate all five of them safely out, using their different skills and abilities while defeating baddies and bosses along the way. Written by Shawn Watson

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December 1993 (USA)  »

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A superb if partially flawed action platformer that's a good crossover
14 August 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Owning a SNES, and being a fan of Spider-man, I just had to find a good game for it. I looked at others on the same system, but this one beat them all. It has our friendly neighborhood Spider-man plus 4 members of the X-men (Wolverine, Storm, Gambit, and Cyclops) in an action-packed romp! This game really does each hero justice with their powers (other games that feature Wolverine don't feature his healing ability) and the simple control scheme rather than complex button maneuvers make the gameplay a breeze. The music flat out rocks and the graphics have a good old time comic book flavor to it. My only complaints? The difficulty is sky high, and there is no option mode. Even worse you have to complete each level on a life and there are no checkpoints or a password feature. Very frustrating, but even so, I like a good challenge and this game is a lot of fun to play, even today.

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