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Spider-Man: The Movie (GameCube)

Platform : GameCube
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3.9 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

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  • A full-roaming action/adventure game
  • Play as Spider-Man
  • Detailed 3D environments
  • Swing from the dizzying heights of skyscrapers
  • Aerial combat with the Green Goblin
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Platform: GameCube

Game Information

  • Platform: GameCube
  • PEGI Rating: Unknown
  • Media: Video Game

Product details

Platform: GameCube
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  • ASIN: B000060OCF
  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 13.6 x 1.6 cm ; 100 g
  • Release Date: 7 Jun. 2002
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 8,813 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform:GameCube

Product Description

Spider-Man: The Movie allows fans to play as Spider-Man in several highly detailed 3-D environments inspired by Sam Raimi's live-action feature film. This full roaming action-adventure game allows you to jump into the suit of a fledgling Marvel superhero and learn how to battle the forces of evil. Crawl, leap, and swing from the dizzying heights of skyscrapers to catch criminals and supervillains, and, ultimately, come face-to-face with the Green Goblin in a death-defying display of aerial combat. During the course of the game you must use Spider-Man's spider sense, agility, quick wits, and strength to evade the pursuit of the bad guys and overcome obstacles.

Amazon.co.uk Review

Spider-Man: The Game brings your friendly neighbourhood webslinger to life with engrossing realism, proving that a superhero game of such complex nature can be achieved with nearly flawless and non-intrusive gameplay. Be it wandering the city's environs in search of villains, or just checking out your surroundings by web-swinging high above them, you truly can do whatever Spider-Man can. It's all here: high-flying aerial battles, the ability to web up and yank your enemies close for pummeling, and the capacity for crawling or web-zipping up, down, and over any surface--and that's just for starters. All in all, this is one involved game that doesn't fail to live up to the hype.

The game parallels the motion picture's storyline, steering you through a progression of challenges that begin with the hunt for Uncle Ben's murderer, and ends with a final showdown with the Green Goblin. You begin as Peter Parker dressed in his wrestling costume and must defeat a variety of thugs throughout each level before advancing to the next set of challenges. The game gets progressively tougher as you encounter in turn Shocker, the Vulture, Scorpion, and, of course, the Green Goblin.

Visually, Spider-Man is a treat: cityscapes unfold in realistic detail and are enhanced by sunlight shining between buildings; cut scenes offer seamless animation; interiors are painstakingly recreated; and Spider-Man and his enemies are well rendered, moving about the screen in clean fashion. As an added bonus, most characters are voiced by their movie counterparts, and the training mode features the sarcastic wit of Evil Dead star Bruce Campbell. --Larry White

Pros:

  • Detailed controls bring Spider-Man to life
  • Challenging gameplay enhanced by numerous fight styles
  • Stunning visuals at every level
Cons:
  • Camera angles slow to respond at times
  • Some interiors too dark
  • Repetitive one-liners

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Platform for Display: GameCube
this is possibly the best graphically enhanced game on the Gamecube so-far. Even though the graphics are impecable the one liners get rather repetitive and boring and sometimes the camera angles are confusing but oh!! my god the graphics and gameplay cannot be beaten and the combos that can be pulled of look excellent and to add to all of that the suppervillans look better than ever except maybe 'The Vulture' who doesnt look as good as expected and i love the new get-up for 'Scorpion'the whole metal thing really pulls off for you. so my overall conclusion is BUY THIS GAME AS IT TOTALLY ROCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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By A Customer on 19 Jun. 2002
Platform for Display: GameCube
the character (spider man)and his environment are both spot on with the spidey model containing a gorgous amount of texture detail on his siut and shiny eyes. the way he moves is perfect whether he is squating underneath a ceiling or moving through the air showing off the spidey style we all love. the animation is pretty good too showing the silky smooth, graceful air movements both through the air or from rooftop to rooftop. in the game spider man gets to battle with the likes of the vulture the scorpian and of course the green goblin (the main boss). the high point of the game is over the city at sundown batteling the green goblin above the ticker tape parrade. this is a beutiful level. the only problem with this game is the camera angles. the camera wont behave itself when you most need it. this game has freat visulas very qiuck and colourful. this game is a must for fans of the film.
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As a long-time Spidey fan, I really wanted to like this game. The training levels are really good, especially the "big brawl" which gives you 3 minutes against masses of bad guys, and the "web-platforms" where you have to swing onto pinball-style bumpers placed in midair. But the actual missions are a bit boring, and there's little incentive to play again and again. There are some really nice touches, like the reflections in the hero's eye slits, and the one-liners (OK, they are a bit repetitive after a while, but they do capture the atmosphere of the comic book). If you're a fan of the web-slinger, then you'll REALLY want to play this, because the battling and swinging really captures the comic book. But the game needs to be playable, and needs to make you keep coming back, and that's what's lacking here.
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If you buy this game you may well want to put it down after the second level as this is probably one of the hardest leves in the game. This is however due to the complex controls and range of movement. Once mastered this game becomes a fantastic adventure following the film with unbelievable graphics and gameplay. The cut scenes are especially impressive with the spidy sense playing a big part in that.
The only dodgy part is the American bloke telling you what to do during both training and the game. He tends to treat you like a 2 year old but this is more laughable than annoying.
Overall a fantastic game which does the GC proud.
Buy it (unless you are skint - then don't)
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Platform for Display: GameCube
I ordered this game after remembering how good I thought it was after playing it as a kid. Needless to say, it doesn't disappoint.
The graphics on this game, for the gamecube, are very good. Texture detail is high and the character models look great. The gameplay is good, you go from different settings such as outside of the city and inside various buildings, into the sewers etc.
There is a variety of villains in this game, with Vulture, Shocker and Green Goblin making appearances. The main game follows the story of the first movie, although the levels don't particularly have to follow suit. Some of the levels see Spidey invading Oscorp, which he doesn't do in the movie. While this may annoy some, the plot still follows the basic gist of the movie; Spiderman trying to take down the Green Goblin.
Aside from the main game, there are cheats you can use to alter your character model, and after you complete the game on 'Hero' difficulty, you can unlock Harry Osbourne in the Goblin Suit, which creates very different gameplay with different dialogue and different moves.
All in all, this is a great game to own in anyone's gamecube collection, especially for a Spiderman fan. Well worth the price!
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