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Game Description:With great power comes great responsibility. And Spider-Man: Web of Shadows gives you unprecedented levels of both. You have complete control over the path of your hero and hold responsibility for where the game takes you. New York has been hit by Venom and a symbiote invasion that threatens to consume the entire city. To fight the invasion, Spidey's got a symbiote suit of his own. The suit brings special powers but unknown consequences. Choose to battle as Red-Suit Spider-Man or Black-Suit Spider-Man. Your actions as hero or rebel will shape the City's view of you, affect which other Marvel characters you fight, how the story unfolds, and much more.
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