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Spider-Man: The Movie / Game

Platform : Game Boy Advance
Rated: Unknown

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  • Platform:   Game Boy Advance
  • PEGI Rating: Unknown
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Amazon.com: 4.0 out of 5 stars 33 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic 2D platformer! 27 July 2013
By Chris Duckworth - Published on Amazon.com
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If you like 2D run and jumps, and who with a Gameboy Advance doesn't, then you will love this game! Using the webs certianly adds more depth to it, you don't feel constrained like Bionic Commando is setup. The level design is good, inspired by the movie, but not as well laid out as the aforementioned BC game. The FMV intro is a nice touch too. All in all a fun, light game with some good moments.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Live the movie! 11 July 2002
By Sylo - Published on Amazon.com
This game is really fun on the Game Boy Advance. While it may not have the graphics of the bigger game systems it does sport that awesome SNES graphics for this highly addictive and fun Spider Man game. Spiderman moves like you wouldn't believe. He's nimble, fast, and has really great lookin moves and techniques. My personal favorite being the swing down (r+A) If you loved the movie (like I did) and have the awesome toys (like I do) this is the obvious next step to living out your fantasy of being the world's favorite wall crawler. The game is also challenging so it will give you your 40 bucks worth. It's also fun to collect the Gold Spiders and take pictures during the game. I don't see why anyone would give this game a bad rating, its adventure/action gaming at it's best. A rare Gem for the Game Boy Advance.
P.S. The reason it doesn't contain the cooler villians such as Lizard, Doc Oc, Venom, or Carnage is because they may be used in future films and future Movie Games. BUT at least it has Green Goblin!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good, but hard. 20 Sept. 2002
By N. Johnson - Published on Amazon.com
This game is amazing in terms of graphics (It actually features scenes and screenshots from the movie!) and controls, but the game starts off quite easy and gets nearly impossible from there. In fact, later in the game (level 6 or so), you will be forced to stand/stick to a half-inch sized spot on one wall, then you will be required to move from this safe spot to another across the level, in true spider-man acrobatic style, in perfectly timed gymnastic form; dodging enemies, robots, electric fences, steam blasts, subway cars, and falling rocks... and usually these are all present at the same time! Even with controls as good as this, the timing required to do these things can only come from two things; tons of practice, and tons of luck. Still one of the better games for the system though...
15 of 18 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Letdown when compared to Mysterio's Menace 3 May 2002
By Jeff Johnson - Published on Amazon.com
After releasing the great Spiderman Mysterio's Menace for Gameboy Advance, I thought that this would be a similar and great game, instead Spiderman "the Movie" lacks any complexity and diversity. You are of course Spiderman armed with a few punches; uppercuts, wall clinging and limited web slinging ability (you actually need to find a building in web slinging distance), and finally wall clinging. As for Spiderman's other tricks like a web shield, web bullets and webbing bad guys those are special items that you need to pick up in order to have them! There are unfortunately no maze levels providing simple straightforward game-play against dozens of enemies per level. After every two levels a villain steps forward to challenge Spiderman. Unfortunately because this game is based on the movie, there are less than stellar villains. The Vulture and the Scorpion were never hit villains. The story itself for the game is very watered down compared to other Spiderman games, and the interludes are not comic strips or animated in anyway, instead its Spiderman talking. Something that does add to the playability of the game is the fact that you can actually take pictures by pushing the select button and you can view them at the end of each stage. This game is a letdown.
4.0 out of 5 stars Pack spidy up for the academy arwards. 15 Dec. 2003
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
Spider man is fun for me tell you get to let's say the 4th level. But It is a good game. The most challengeing level is the 2nd one. Here you can try to get out a collapsing building. Just remember to watch out for the bad guys. The sound is awsome. Unlike Pacman collection you can save your score and save the game. The color is nice exept in a dimm room It's hard to see without a GBA worm light [And I can see frogger in the same room]. You need a plan to get into level 5 [which I haven't figured out yet] because you need stratgy to get to level 5 and keep your helth up. Kids under 6 probaly need to wait a year or two. In this game you can live the movie and have a ball.
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