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Spider-Man 3 Videos and Trailers - DS

Game Description:With great power comes even greater responsibility. But can you handle the pressure? Control Spider-Man in his slick black costume and receive enhanced strength, dexterity, and stamina, new abilities and vicious room-clearing moves. But as the suit takes over, you'll be forced to make a choice between your path of revenge and the path of righteousness. Explore a completely interactive, expanded New York City as you face off against three gangs and a slew of supervillians, all of whom will use their advanced A.I. and superhuman powers to stop you. New powers, moves, gadgets, and areas will help you face off in massive boss battles.Read our full interview with Treyarch's Gregory John in this month's GameFly 10Q.
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