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Spider-Man 2 - PlayStation 2

Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Teen
213 customer reviews
Metascore: 80 / 100

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  • Explore a more open-ended New York City as you face off against criminals like Dr. Octopus, Electro and The Vulture
  • Use your spider-sense to detect danger - stop the random street crimes Spider-Man will run across, for enhanced reputation and bonuses
  • New web-swinging mechanics -- Move in all sorts of crazy directions and angles, then yank yourself along super-fast
  • All-new combat system with more amazing combos -- spectacular, over-the-top moves for the ultimate fighting experience
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Spider-Man is back for another web-slinging, crime fighting smash hit! Based on the plot of the movie Spider-Man 2, Doctor Octopus and his henchmen strike the city Manhattan with fear and it's up to you to stop them! Use Spidey's web-crawling abilities, spider-sense, super strength and soaring jumping power to bring justice where it's due. Features a realistically modeled Manhattan complete with massive skyscrapers and pedestrians on the streets below. Travel anywhere in search of petty crime-fighting opportunities as well as the nefarious Doc Ock!

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  • ASIN: B0000B0MNH
  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches ; 5.1 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 23, 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (213 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,707 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Valerie on February 16, 2005
This is one of my favourite games ever.

It's not quite perfect, though (might as well start with the cons so I can end on a good note). For one thing, while the action graphics (as in, while you are actually playing the game) are superb, for some reason the cut-scene graphics are horrible. Characters are square-looking, glitchy (Peter Parker shakes uncontrollably whenever he makes a hand gesture), poorly defined and generally irritating to look at. Also, the anonymous characters' (random passersby, etc.) voice dubs are rather annoying as well.

Apart from that, however, I have to say I love this game. Its best aspects are definetely the controls and camera angles. The controls are a bit complicated at first (although I've seen worse), but there is a clear tutorial at the beginning of the game and, once you get the hang of it, it's smoooooooth sailing. Actually, the basic controls are pretty easy, it's up to you if you want to learn the combos and the more fancy tricks. Spider-man's movements are incredibly fluid and pleasant to look at and New York City has been recreated in very great detail. The game has the same format as Grand Theft Auto, which means you can take breaks in between missions and just explore the city and do smaller missions or just swing around as much as you like. And the camera angles are very well-placed, which makes this game a real visual treat (apart from the cut-scenes): you'll be impressed by views of the sun setting over the Hudson river, seen from the top of the Empire STate Building - and then, jump and stop yourself at the last minute and see if your head doesn't spin and your doesn't heart race just a little... That alone is worth the price of the game.

Also, the dubbing by Tobey Maguire et al.
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By James Hiller VINE VOICE on December 12, 2004
If you ever wanted to feel like what it was like in Spiderman's shoes, Spiderman 2 by Activevision is one of the closest experiences you'll ever have. Following the plot of the movie fairly closely, with a couple of irritating detours, you get to swing from the buildings in a virtual New York that's expansive and fun. The thing that impressed me the most was having total control of Spiderman, and if a challenge proved to be too pesky, I could restart that chapter from the beginning and swing around town until I went back to the challenge. If I earned points for everytime I went to the top of the Empire State Building and swan dived off from it, I'd have won the game earlier. Kudos to the Activevision people for making a truly enjoyable romp!
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By RazorX2 on July 12, 2004
This game is incredible because not only does it use GTA mechanics to get around new york, not only do you get to swing ON BUILDINGS and NOT in THIN AIR *coughprevious-spidermangamescough*, not only do you get to run on the streets and rooftops whenever you please, not only can you do more super human moves like cooler, simpler combos *coughspidermanthemoviecough*, not only can you collect ENDLESS tokens scattered across new york, not only can you help citizens from saving guys on a seenking boat to thugs holding up an armored car robbery, Not only that this is the most free roaming spiderman game ever made with this time mostly outdoor environment taking place in the story *coughprevious-spidermangamescough*, but now you get to take on a never ending adventure with your host which is of coarse your friendly neighborhood spiderman! Here are my pros. and cons. below.
*Better, more controlable swinging
*Ability to run faster, climb faster, and swing faster
*protect new york from thugs on roofs, muggers stealing womens purses, people falling off buildings, and more
*Boss fights are fun, yet most easy
*buy upgrades by earning hero points
* find secret tokens all over new york and challenge races in secret spots as well
*the story never gets old
*do wickedly awsome combos when in slow motion fighting enemies!
*Dive off the empire state building and commit suicide!
*for the first time...UNLIMITED WEBBING!
*throw crooks in the water or off buildings
*no repetitive one-liners
*funny one-liners (gee ya didnt see that coming) such as when you fight Rhino, sometimes spiderman will say "Now im starting to see why rhinos are endangered.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Captain Sixpints on July 1, 2004
This is a GREAT, GREAT game. As opposed to the last Spiderman game, this one is totally open ended: You can roam over a (somewhat less than full scale) map of Manhattan, stopping random crimes and accepting challenges on your way to starting the next 'mission' in advancing the story line. The controls take some getting used to, but once you get the hang of the new web-swinging you'll be zipping around, climbing to the top (and I mean the top) of the Empire State building, and doing power dives off, only to spin another line at the last minute, knocking out the bad guys in mid flight then hanging their webbed bodies from a lamp post. You can do it all in this game.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Tim Clark on July 1, 2004
Note - I have not played the game through, this is merely a first impression I've gained from sitting with it for a couple nights now.
The verdict? Spider-man 2 for PS2 is going to be a milestone in video gaming. On the surface, it's another Grand Theft Auto ripoff, albeit the best copycat yet. But when you really look at what has been achieved...Manhattan was modelled for the city. Man-freaking-hattan. An actual existing city was created in a virtual context, complete with to-scale Brooklyn Bridge, Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, Central Park, Times Square...even ground zero at the WTC. I can't think of any similar achievement in gaming, where a living, breathing city was transferred into digital space. Granted, I'm sure it's not entirely accurate, and it's not anywhere near as grimey as the real thing, but it still feels like New York.
It's also NAILED the super-hero thing. Comic book games up to this point were usually just monotonous exploitations of franchises - run through some warehouse, battle a hundred idiot thugs, fight the boss guy, go onto a new level. They never captured the feel of comics, the patroling around the city, helping the average Joes and stopping petty crimes and robberies. This has raised the bar way high for any subsequent Marvel or DC based games.
While getting comfortable with the many controls and combos comes with a steep learning curve, nothing feels cooler than swinging to and from destinations. I can honestly say I took 20 minute breaks here and there from completing missions just to swing around the city. It's that fun. Spider-man is, without a doubt, the most difficult comic character to emulate in a video game, as his acrobatics are so different than any movement people are familiar with. But, they pulled it off. I'm going to have lots of fun with this one.
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