SpiderMan – Nintendo 64 Review – HD

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Spider-Man is an action-adventure video game based on the Marvel Comics comic book series The Amazing Spider-Man, which features the fictional superhero Spider-Man. Although it features the likenesses and same voice actors, it is not based on the animated television shows from the 1990s. It was developed by Neversoft and published by Activision using the Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater game engine for the PlayStation in 2000; the game was later ported by different developers to various systems including the Game Boy Color and Nintendo 64 that same year, as well as the Dreamcast and Microsoft Windows in 2001. The game follows Spider-Man as he is framed by a doppleganger for stealing a device created by a supposedly reformed Dr. Otto Octavious. The game features Venom, Carnage, Scorpion, Rhino, Mysterio and an exclusive-to-game Symbiote Doctor Octopus all as boss battles. Two direct sequels were released in 2001; one developed by Torus Games, Spider-Man 2: The Sinister Six, released for the Game Boy Color, and one developed by Vicarious Visions, Spider-Man 2: Enter Electro, released exclusively for the PlayStation. This game and its latter sequel feature narration from Spider-Man co-creator Stan Lee.

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Spider-Man review on the nintendo 64. Recorded using a dazzle and on original real console hardware and game cartridge.

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21 COMMENTS

  1. I hate that this came out only in USA and not in Europe. This, Nightmare Creatures and Fighters Destiny 2. I would immediately buy them, if there were a PAL version

  2. My version of the game never saved so I had to beat the game in one sitting or leave it on overnight, one of my favorite childhood memories and one of the reasons I love Spider-Man so much

  3. Thank you for this review. I'm currently playing Ocarina Of Time for the 9th time. Still love it. I can't believe a game released almost 20 years ago still provides worthy entertainment.

  4. The PS1 version is still my favorite version. The N64 version isn't just lacking the FMVs (which is understandable, and what they did instead works really well), but also a lot of other things included in the PS1 version. For instance, the PS1 has a hilarious What-If mode cheat code that turns the game into a humorous version that makes it worth playing again just to see all the jokes. That is omitted in the N64 version. Also, in the PS1 version, if you try to save your game using a swear word for your name, then Spidey pops up and karate chops it, and it changes into a nicer word like "flower" or "cake." In the N64 version, it just changes into a nicer word without Spidey popping up, which isn't as funny. The N64 version honestly just feels like a "bare bones" version to me.

  5. Rented this when it was new from blockbuster when I was 7 or 8 and I was blown away. I had no idea that the cutscenes were cut out I thought it really was made that way I rushed to my mom and told her it had comic book inspired scenes and how cool it was. Then not too long later I go to a friends house and he’s got the exact same game but on ps1 and he shows me it had actually fmv cutscenes and how funny some of the cheat codes were especially the alternate dialogue. I don’t think it matters which version is the superior one but I will point out that the n64 one was the only one that gave spider man an actual shadow instead of a black blob under his feet

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