Spider-Man's strength and powers are tested when he is forced to save the world after Manhattan gets threatened by a deadly cross-species virus and robots created by Oscorp mastermind Alistaire Smythe.
An artifact known as the "Tablet of Order and Chaos" is shattered, causing problems with multiple Marvel realities. Madame Web calls on 4 versions of Spider-Man from 4 realities to assist her in bringing the realities back into balance.
Jose Pablo Gonzalez,
Neil Patrick Harris,
And not much in the way of playability. I liked the feature of taking pictures and selling them the Daily Bugle but there's not much else going on. There are only 6 levels and some of them, like the power station, are REALLY short. I liked this game when I was younger but I was used to more simpler games then. But it doesn't really even push the limited (then wonderful) capabilities of the Genesis. The graphics are very basic and Spiderman doesn't get much of a workout other than some unspectacular swinging around. There's also a very pointless 'go home for a while' feature that has no use whatsoever.
Don't get me wrong, it's miles better than that awful Spiderman/X-Men game but still not too Amazing. Pick it up cheap, finish it then trade it.
Hint: You MUST play the game on Nightmare mode to finish it otherwise you'll only get a couple of levels.
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