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Spider-Man: Web of Shadows
Game Description:Spider-Man swings back into action with a brand-new adventure! Symbiots have taken over New York City, and it's up to Spidey to take them on, both with and against some old foes. Luke Cage, Venom, and the Vulture all make appearances as both enemy and friend, as does Wolverine, in both natural and symbiotic form. Swing through the city with the fun and forgiving swing mechanic and use your Spidey-sense to seek out evil doers. Switch among your costumes on the fly, each with their own abilities. Spin webs and keep aerial with the traditional Red Suit, or use the Black Suit to deal out the heavy melee damage and attack with your tentacles!
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