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Spider-Man

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Publisher
Region
Released
NA
08/30/2000
EU
09/15/2000
JP
04/26/2001

Staff Reviews

Spider-Man review (Nintendo 64)

Reviewed January 20, 2006

Zack Little says: "It was a magic-spider, he was chosen by a spider-god, he gave birth to himself (long story)…some writers just don’t seem to get it. Simplicity works wonders. Same with life, same with comics, same with games."
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Reader Reviews

Spider-Man review

Reviewed March 06, 2004

tomclark says: "Superhero games are never the most eagerly anticipated games on the release schedule. Gamers have learned the hard way, through years and years of substandard piles of junk such as the abysmal Superman 64. However, those superb people at Activision and Neversoft obviously have no idea about how downright bad Superhero games are supposed to be, because when they made Spider-Man for the Playstation, they made it... well... great. "
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