How would it feel to be Spider-Man? What would it be like to fight crime as a superhero in one of the most captivating cities in the world – New York City?
Picture yourself sending your super web powers into the air to disarm one of Spidey’s extraordinary nemeses like Doc Ock, Mysterio, Shocker or Rhino, then with a quick flick of the wrist, wrapping them up rodeo style – all without breaking a sweat.
While you may never get to live out these fantasies in the real world, Activision’s video game allows you to experience the next best thing.
Based on Columbia Pictures’ motion picture release of “Spider-Man 2,” the Spider-Man 2 video game takes ordinary gaming to a whole new level. Spider-Man 2 is the first game that puts players in the role of Marvel’s legendary web slinger, Spider-Man, and drops them into the heart of a living, breathing cityscape teeming with common criminals, super-villains, pesky pedestrians, trains and even helicopters.
While players can recapture the movie experience by following the gaming plotline, they can also deter from the story to chase down a stolen purse for a helpless older woman or simply take in the sights of New York City by swinging from building to building.
The only free-roaming game of its kind, Spider-Man 2 offers some of the most realistic depictions of the Big Apple – featuring key landmarks such as Queensboro Bridge, Central Park and the Statue of Liberty.
Aficionados of the film will immediately recognize the voices of its blockbuster stars: Kirsten Dunst (Mary Jane), Bruce Campbell, (Snooty Usher), Alfred Molina (Doc Ock), and of course, everyone’s favorite photographer turned superhero – Tobey McGuire.
Key movie locations, storylines and hi-res, lifelike cinematics combined with unique swinging mechanics that allow players to soar through the air as Spider-Man, make this one gaming experience you can relive over and over again from the comfort – and safety – of your own home.
When you pop in this game, you truly go where no Spider-Man game has gone before, complete of course, with all of the necessary Spidey senses to guide you along.
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