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Spider-Man: Edge of Time Screenshots and Images - DS

Game Description:Spider-Man: Edge of Time is a focused, action-packed adventure set in two connected and evolving timelines, from the contemporary times of the Amazing Spider-Man to the corrupted future world of Spider-Man 2099, against the backdrop of a rich, tightly crafted narrative by acclaimed Marvel veteran Peter David (co-creator of the comic book series Spider-Man 2099). The game features all-new “cause-and-effect” gameplay, where players will see how the immediate and sometimes unexpected effects of their actions as one Spider-Man changes the timeline.
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  • Spider-Man: Edge of Time Video Review

    Posted: November 2, 2011

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  • Spider-Man: Edge of Time "Spider-Man 2099" Trailer

    Posted: August 29, 2011

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  • Spider-Man: Edge of Time "Amazing Spider-Man" Trailer

    Posted: August 26, 2011

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  • Spider-Man: Edge of Time Gameplay Preview

    Posted: August 23, 2011

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  • Spider-Man: Edge of Time "Walker Sloan" Trailer

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