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Spider-Man: Mysterio's Menace

Platform : Game Boy Advance
Rated: Everyone
3.9 out of 5 stars 43 customer reviews
Metascore: 84 / 100
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  • Classic characters
  • an excellent story
  • four spider suits
  • password saves
  • single-player action
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The nefarious Mysterio has a mind-warping hold on the City of New York, and it's up to Spidey to stop him before he takes over the entire city! Control the web-slinging superhero through level after level of fast-paced action and deadly obstacles, trying to halt Mysterio's bevy of perilous illusions. Needless to say, your adversary will come at you with all sorts of henchmen, gadgetry, and original weapons, so don't be afraid to use those webs when the going gets tough. You'll have four unique spider suits to choose from, and all of the action takes place in beautifully rendered 2D. The characters, however, appear in 3D, giving the game a texture and feel all its own. The story is lifted straight from the pages of the popular Marvel Comic, so you can be sure there will be plenty of plot twists to keep avid fans and die-hard gamers glued to the gameplay. All that, and you can even save your progress with the use of a password.

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Spider-Man: Mysterio's Menace is the first Spider-Man game to be featured on the Game Boy Advance platform. Set in New York, the game lets you assume the role of Spider-Man as you take on supervillain Mysterio and his illusory tricks. You must fight a slew of Mysterio's sinister conspirators and gadgetry to get to the bottom of the plot and free New York from Mysterio's mind-warping grip. Special attacks, multiple power-ups, suit upgrades, and old Spidey standbys (like wall crawling and webslinging) make playing as Spider-Man a fan's dream come true.

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ASIN B00005ME6E
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3.9 out of 5 stars 43 customer reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #32,708 in videogames
#385 in Video Games > More Systems > Game Boy Advance > Games
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Product Dimensions 2 x 1 x 0.2 inches
Media: Video Game

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After playing every Spiderman and X-Men game for the Super Nintendo, I was expecting the same sort of mediocre game. Instead this game is an amazing platform adventure. The graphics first off, the backgrounds and levels are incredible and detailed. There are bright colors, great backgrounds and lighting. The animation runs smooth for all of the characters and enemies. Second there is fantastic play control and a variety of tactics, from punches and kicks, to shooting a web around goons and even shooting a web bullet. Also, it is probably the simplest game to stick to the walls and ceilings. Just walk into it and Spiderman will cling! Also in this game you are able to select different levels that fit what villain or crime you are trying to conquer, rather than just beating a level and going to the next without a choice. With the past Spiderman games, it gets very boring fighting the same thugs time after time, with this game there are lots of different looking thugs for Spiderman to take on, and a comic book storyline between levels too!
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I bought this game yesterday and I love it! It uses the GBA's advanced graphics capabilities way better than other side scrollers like Castlevania. The gameplay is fairly realistic and fast-moving with lots of action. Like the Spiderman games for the GBC, the levels are vast and colorful, and in "Mysterio's Menace" they are also quite realistic as well. There are also 3 difficulty settings: Easy, Normal, and Superhero. I started out on easy and went through the first few stages fairly easily, and defeating Hammerhead, Electro, and Rhino(the bosses) was fairly easy. On normal, the levels aren't too hard, but the bosses are really hard to defeat. Neat powerups, like special armor and web cartridges keep the game interesting. Overall, I strongly recommend this game, especially if you haven't been impressed by the GBA's rather weak showing up to now in the game department.
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This is a definite classic. The best out there. It has the new Advanced Game Boy graphics. You will find 3-d things in it. The game play is astonishing. I have beaten it twice but I still find it fun to play because of all of the moves. It comes with fighting combos that are much easier than the Mortal Kombat combos that require things like left-right-jump-punch-left-down. It has good replay quality because the difficulty level is alot harder when changed. I highly recommend this instant classic to be the first game you buy. It was my first game for it and I am not sorry. So if you like scrolling action, fighting and adventure then buy it now.
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A Kid's Review on June 24, 2002
This is a very good game. But there are some downpoints. I've played this game for about an hour and I'm on the last level. And the easy mode and normal mode are too easy but the hard mode is too difficult. I'd recommend this game ages six to ten.
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When first playing Activision's Spider-Man: Mysterio's Menace for the GBA, one question will come to mind: why are the portable Spider-Man games so good and the portable X-Men games so bad? That is a mystery, but what isn't is how surprisingly good this game is. You play as everyone's favorite wall crawler as you run through New York taking on super villians such as Mysterio, Electro, Rhino, and Scorpion. First thing you'll notice is the superbly animated graphics and eye popping detail. The environments are so well done and little details (love the guy dropping the toilet paper) are instantly noticeable and nicely done. The sound is great as well; hearing an enemies jaw snap has never sounded sharper on the GBA's little speakers. Controling Spidey's powers has never been easier thanks to the super tight control. Along the way you'll get to choose your own path when you find many of the alternate level paths (the levels are superbly designed) while you fight the countless enemies and climb walls and avoid obsticles. Vicarious Visions, the developers behind the GBA Tony Hawk games, has crafted another GBA must have. All in all, pick this up if your a fan of Spider-Man or just great action games.
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This game is great because it focus on the master of illusions Mysterio. This game has nice graphics and very fun to play. The only bad thing is that it has only 7 short levels. That why I haven't given it a 5 stars.
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By A Customer on October 25, 2002
Well, I bought this in order to please my "Spider-Man Maniac" brother. It pleased him alright; he was only 12 years old at the time. When I played it, however, it was a BLAST!!! I absolutely LOVED it! I admit I had to slip into my little bro's room just to be able to play it (he has this whacko little 'room security system'). I love the way you can fight evil clowns and skeletons. It's absolutely rad. One thing, though... if you're going to buy this game as a gift, don't. Buy it for yourself!!!!
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Vicarious Visions and Activision , the great game companies who made Spiderman for the Playstation and Dreamcast, once again team up to make the successful "Spiderman Mysterio's
Menace" for the Gameboy Advance.
Out of all the portable consoles in history, the Gameboy Advance, has probably the best lineup of games I've seen, and you can add this game to that list.
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Story
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Peter Parker (Spiderman) is talking to his great love Mary Jane, when he sees on the tv, that a great number of crimes are being committed in New York.
Spiderman then must try to stop the criminals and try to bring peace and safety to New York City. Spiderman though will have his hands, as he must fight a number of formidabble and familiar enemies that Spiderman fans will recognizne.
The lineup of enemies include "HammerHead", "Rhino", "Mysterio", and a gang machine gun happy gangsters and deadly ninjas.
Even making the game that more challenging is the fact that in several areas of the game Spiderman must rescue a group of hostages.
Graphics 10:
Spiderman games have come a long way since the first Spiderman came out from Parker Brothers for the Atari Systems.
From the Genesis system to Supernes, to Gameboy
Color, to the Gameboy Advance, to the Playstation, each Spiderman has constantly gotten better in the area of graphics.
The graphics in this game are gorgeous, wonderful 2d and 3d graphics are echoed throughout the game.
"Rhino", "Hammerhead" and others look like comic book counterparts. There are really 3 great graphics area in the game, and they are done very well. First is the intro of the game which is excellently done with a nice blend of music.
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