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Title
The Amazing Spider-Man
Aliases
The Amazing Spider-Man: The Video Game
Reality
Game Details
Release Date
June 26, 2012 ;
August 10, 2012 (PC);
March 5, 2013 (Wii U)
Developers
Beenox
Publishers
Activision
Modes
Single-player
Ratings
T
Platforms
Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3, PC[1], Wii U[2], Wii, Xbox 360, Nintendo 3DS, Android, iPhone, Playstation Vita, Windows Phone, Mobile
Previous and Next Games
Previous
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The Amazing Spider-Man 2
(April 29, 2014)

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Synopsis

Harness Spider-Man's powers with Manhattan as your playground. Go beyond Columbia Pictures' feature film and find out what happens next in The Amazing Spider-Man video game, which brings Spider-Man's free-roaming, web-slinging action back to New York City.

  • SPIDER-MAN'S TRIUMPHANT RETURN TO NEW YORK

Everybody's favorite web-head is back in Manhattan with the return of the fan-favorite, free-roaming, web-slinging Gameplay.

  • WEB RUSH: PLAYER CHOICE EVOLVED

Players use real-time navigational and combat choices to fight crime and pull off Spidey's signature acrobatic moves like never before.

  • FIND OUT WHAT HAPPENS NEXT

Uncover the rest of Peter Parker's untold story in the all-new epilogue story crafted by acclaimed Hollywood writer Seamus Kevin Fahey.

  • FIND OUT WHAT HAPPENS NEXT

Face-off against re-imaginings of classic Marvel Super Villains as well as original, larger than life enemies - some of the biggest ever seen in a Spider-Man video game - while racing to save Manhattan.

*Free-Roam only supported in XBox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC versions.

Cast

Additional voices by Orion Acaba, Valerie Arem, Troy Baker, Brian Bloom, Steve Blum, Larry Cedar, Crispin Freeman, Josh Gilman, Anna Graves, Tiller Gray, Zach Hanks, Kate Higgins, Will Yun Lee, David Lodge, Yuri Lowenthal, Matthew Mercer, Dave B. Mitchell, Liam O'Brien, Tara Platt, Jamieson Price, Derek Stephen Prince, Michelle Ruff, Patrick Seitz, Keith Silverstein, James Patrick Stuart, Keith Szarabajka, Fred Tatasciore, and Kirk Thornton

Crew

  • Keith Arem - Voice Director
  • Valerie Arem - Talent Coordinator

Notes

  • When Spider-Man is chasing Vermin down the sewers, he asks "Off to eat some pizza with your adoptive turtle sons?" this is a reference to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. This might be because Sam Riegel, who voices Spider-Man, also voiced Donatello in the 2003's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles TV series.
  • Venom and Sandman appear in the Java version of the game.[4]

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