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Spider-Man: Web of Fire

Spider-Man: Web of Fire (32X) game cover art
Platform: Sega 32X
Genre: Unknown
Developer: Unknown


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Staff Reviews

Spider-Man: Web of Fire review

Reviewed January 06, 2015

Tim Ayre says: "Part clunky brawler, part frustrating platformer, Web of Fire is definitely not the “32-bit gaming experience” promised by Sega."
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Reader Reviews

Spider-Man: Web of Fire review

Reviewed December 29, 2005

goldenvortex says: "Occasionally, you’ll hear about some nerd who shelled out their life savings on a certain rarity, something that they’ve been hunting down for years and have saved every single penny that they’ve earned so they could purchase this rarity. Now, when I hear about some bum who has burned away a small fortune on a video game, it stupefies me, especially, when the title that they’ve picked up turns out to be an absolute crock. "
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