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Spider-Man 2 Videos and Trailers - PC

Spider-Man 2
Game Description:Spider-Man game, loosely based on Sam Raimi's second movie. Thought sporting the same name, the PC version of Spider-Man 2 is a very different title from the console games. Targeted at a younger audience of 8 years, Spider-Man 2 servers up a storyline exclusive to the PC. Featuring the ability to go from street level to rooftops for the very first time in a PC Spidey title, the game features a simplified point-and-click control scheme allowing for true mouse and keyboard gameplay. Spider-Man can use advanced and highly realistic web swinging abilities to make his way through 18 missions set in six distinct environments. His opponents include classic Marvel villains like Doc Ock and Puma.
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