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Spider-Man 2 for Nintendo GameCube - Used

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Spider-Man 2 for Nintendo GameCube
Spider - Man is about to scale new heights. The highly anticipated sequel game to Columbia Pictures mega hit film Spider - Man is about to get even bigger as you take the role of Spider - Man through expansive locations from the movie. Patrol the streets and skies of a living, breathing, massively modeled Manhattan, scaling buildings, slinging webs, fighting crime and confronting numerous villains, including Dr. Octopus (Doc Ock). Prepare to go wherever a spider can as the game transports you off the silver screen into a larger - than - life adventure all your own. For a movie - like experience, battle the nefarious Doc Ock and his henchmen in locations taken straight from the film. In addition to the Marvel characters featured in the upcoming film sequel, additional diabolical villains from the expansive Marvel comic character roster make exclusive game appearances, including Mysterio and Lizard. Go wherever a spider can - Immerse yourself in the city of Manhattan, which is constructed as a large streaming map populated by cars, pedestrians and criminals. Jump from street level to rooftops as you patrol the city. New web - swinging abilities - Realistic physics impact your direction as you swing from building corners, lampposts - even helicopters. Harness your super strength for powerful jumps and lightning - fast web crawling. Face the responsibilities of a Super Hero - Take time out from your main missions to foil random crimes in the streets. The more crimes you prevent, the more your hero rating increases, giving you access to advanced attacks and maneuvers.

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"Cool, took me back some years." May 2015