Spiderman faces new threats to the city of New York.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kingpin / Wilson Fisk (voice)
Glenn Steinbaum ...
Michael Shepperd ...
Electro / Max Dillon (voice) (as Michael A. Shepperd)
Jean DeWolff (voice)
Diane Michelle ...
Mary Parker (voice)
Ben Parker (voice)
Whitney Chang (voice)


Based 2 years later after the death of Uncle Ben (Peter's Uncle) Peter has still not found the man responsible for his Uncles death until an encounter that results into Peter Parker/Spider-man in a pursuit with the criminal, Caradine (Uncle Bens Killer) is revealed to have been killed by this new Foe of Spider-man's, The Carnage Killer.

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29 April 2014 (USA)  »

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its, well, not the best game.
17 May 2014 | by See all my reviews

I bought this game on ps4, and it really isn't worthy of a next gen console. It is a straight port from the old machines so the graphical quality is just not as good as it should be.

I have played every Spiderman game that Beenox has made, and this one continues to be an adequate game, the story pays plenty of fan service to readers of Spiderman comics, the side missions add a bit more content for longevity and the rewards for doing it make it worthwhile. Although the game is quite fun and is an OK addition to the Spiderman games, It fails to offer anything that has not been seen in the other games, and sometimes just feels like a re-hash of the previous game.

The voice acting is not brilliant, but it does the job. Stan Lee has a brilliant part in the game and deserves the respect that he gets for his creations. To summarize, its not bad, but its nothing special. I wouldn't rush out and buy it unless you are a massive Spiderman fan, or have finished your other games and need something to play.

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