You play the Marvel Ultimate Universe versions of Spider-Man and his nemesis, Venom, as both clash with each other and others.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Mary-Jane (voice)
Arthur Burghardt ...
Venom (voice)
Rhino / Alex O'Hirn (voice)
Eddie Brock Jr. (voice)
Nick Fury (voice)
Electro (voice)
Sharon Carter (voice)
Silver Sable (voice)
Bolivar Trask (voice)
Wolverine (voice)
Richard Parker (voice)
Green Goblin (voice)


In this game, you play in the Marvel Ultimate Universe where Peter Parker is a young teenager trying to lead a normal life despite the fact that he's the Amazing Spider-Man. In addition, you also control Eddie Brock, a childhood friend who took a prototype experiment of his and Peter's fathers to become the murderous monster, Venom. While you help the innocent among your challenges as Spider-Man, you also rampage as Venom as events build to a final confrontation that both allies like Nick Fury or enemies like The Vulture cannot prevent. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (

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Be Legendary. Be Predatory. Be Both.


Action | Sci-Fi



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26 September 2005 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


At night, if you go to the Sanctum Sanctorum the back door will be open with purple fog spilling out. See more »


During the Green Goblin fight, he lights himself on fire. The Green Goblin only throws fire balls, it's the Hobgoblin who lights his whole body on fire. See more »


[first lines]
Peter Parker: [narrating] This is how it all began. Which of course, leads to a sense like this. A few months ago, I reunited with my childhood friend, Eddie Brock.
[from flashback]
Peter Parker: What is that?
Eddie Brock, Jr.: It's... our inheritance.
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My first venture into the Ultimate Spider-man world
23 August 2006 | by (North Carolina) – See all my reviews

I had did a little research up on Ultimate Spider-man before I went out and bought this game. I didn't care much for the story of the Ultimate storyline Spider-man series with what I had read.

Now I wasn't expecting much when I bought this game. What I got surprised me. The whole thing is done is a artsy comic book style. Think Hulk movie 2003 with the panels showing some action and stuff like that.

The story pretty much follows the Ultimate comics from my understanding. I actually found the story to be one of the most interesting parts about the game. I still like the Amazing Spiderman story better, but the Ultimate storyline isn't as bad as I once thought once I got done with this game.

The gameplay was layed out fine. Spider-man's web swinging from building to building is done perfect in my opinion. Everything flows smoothly with it. Unfortunately the camera can get in the way of the fights sometimes. The boss fights are evenly difficult. Some of the bosses can be a pain sometimes.

The game also throws out a lot of side quest for you to do. Races around the city and combat tours. They can get repetitive and boring fast in my opinion. There are tons of tokens, comic book covers, and other stuff around the city to collect.

Overall this was well above average, but still has it's flaws that can't be easily ignored. Such as the annoying camera and the repetitive side missions. Great lengthy game though. Especially if you're wanting to do everything. It's worth a buy

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