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Spider-Man is back to save the city with his usual hero work, only this time he bonds with an alien substance known as symbiote which turns his hero days and personal life into something ugly.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Peter Parker / Spider-Man (voice)
... Harry Osborn / New Goblin (voice)
... Eddie Brock / Venom (voice)
... Flint Marko / Sandman (voice)
... J. Jonah Jameson (voice)
... Tour Guide (voice)
Charlie Robinson ... Robbie Robertson (voice)
... Mary Jane Watson (voice)
... Shriek / Frances Louise Barrison (voice)
... Dr. Andrews / Additional Voices (voice)
... Mr. Chen (voice)
Nathan Carlson ... Dr. Connors (voice)
... Kraven (voice)
... Luke Carlyle (voice)
... Betty Brant (voice)


The third movie-video game adaptation brings Spider-Man back to the crime ridden streets of New York City which are more dangerous than ever. Whilst Spider-Man deals with three new gangs (Apocalypse, Dragontail and Arsenic Candy) who have declared war on Manhattan; Peter Parker suffers from a disdainful Harry Osborn, pleasing his girlfriend Mary Jane Watson and competing with an unscrupulous and cocky rival photographer at the Daily Bugle- Eddie Brock Jr. This is just the beginning as matters worsen with Dr. Connors morphing into the hideous Lizard and the powerful yet bittersweet Scorpion flees from an experimental hell. When an alien substance known as symbiote bonds with Spider-Man making him almighty, the dangerous streets are cleansed of crime but at the price of Spider-Man/Peter Parker's metamorphosis into a filthier and malevolent being. Written by commanderblue

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4 May 2007 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Spider-Man 3: El videojuego  »

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The collector's edition of the game (only available for the PS3 version) allows you to play as the New Goblin after completing the game. Later this was made available for download on the Playstation Store for anyone who had the regular PS3 edition. See more »


The Narrator: [after upgrading to the 5-hit melee combo] We can make you better, stronger, faster. Well, better and stronger anyway.
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References Sesame Street (1969) See more »

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Not the game I was hoping for.......
2 September 2007 | by See all my reviews

Being a huge Spider-Man fan (well, Marvel & DC fan overall) I have to say this was not MARVEL'S & Activision's best effort. The graphics weren't what I expect from MARVEL and the voice-overs were not as energetic as I was used to from the gaming. Compared to Ultimate Spider-Man, this was lackluster & somewhat basic. The controls were easy to learn and well-done, which was pleasing, but the animation/action were lacking in fluidity, detailing, and realism. The detailing in Spidey's costume was okay, but could've been better. The gaming storyline and progress DID keep me amused and entertained, so it was easier to stay glued to.

Although not MARVEL'S best effort, it is still enjoyable.

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