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- Product InformationBy the start of Spider-Man 3 for the Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) video game console things have been going well for Peter Parker. Having got the girl and finally won over the hearts and minds of New York City, it looks like everything is going to be OK. Even supervillains have been thin on the ground since Doctor Octopus was defeated in Spider-Man 2. In fact, things may be going a little too smoothly. Join Spider-Man in his third big outing on the PS2 as he tackles New York City’s increasing gang problem. Following much the same plot as next-generation versions for the Microsoft Xbox 360, PS3, and PC, this PS2, PSP, and Nintendo Wii version of Spider-Man 3 plunges Spider-Man right back into the action with a terrorist attack by the H-Bombers. Swing through the story missions to meet iconic characters and take on 10 of Spider-Man’s most infamous foes. Drawing on material from the comics as well as the games and movies, villains include Venom, Sandman, and The Lizard, along with a number of others who appear exclusively in the PS2, PSP and Wii versions of the game. Engage in mini-games to help the New York Police Department keep the city’s crime wave under control. Fail to help out enough, and the gangs take control, negatively impacting the feel of the dynamic city environment. Also choose to accept or reject varied side missions, which range from taking down muggers to delivering pies, through a unique radio system. As in Spider-Man 2, unlock powers and abilities with Hero Points earned in game. For the first time, take on the mantel of the Venom-style black-suited Spider-Man for intense new abilities and powers. Unlike on the next-gen versions of the game for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC, in the PS2 version, Peter Parker can switch between the black and classic Spidey suits at will, but only for a limited duration. When the time’s up, Peter Parker must struggle to remove the black suit through a mini game of increasing difficulty or fail the mission he used it for. Enjoy more freedom in Spider-Man 3 for the PS2 than ever before in a Spider-Man video game with a detailed and wide open rendition of New York City, reminiscent of the Grand Theft Auto games. Swing through the streets and leap across rooftops to find the game’s collectible Meteorites between Story missions and, after completing the Spider-Man 3 story, collect all 50 Spider Emblems to unlock the black suit for good. Spider-Man 3 for the PS2 promises a cinematic gameplay experience, with battle music and a narrative script voiced by actors from the Spider-Man movies, including Tobey Maguire as Peter Parker/Spider-Man, James Franco as Harry Osborn/Goblin, Kirsten Dunst as Mary Jane Watson, Topher Grace as Venom and Thomas Haden Church as Sandman. A popular video game since its original release date in 2007, Spider-Man 3 for the PS2 has also seen releases and remakes from Activision across a range of next-gen and specialist platforms, including the PS3, Nintendo DS, and Wii.
- GameSpider-Man 3
- PlatformSony PlayStation 2
- ESRB RatingT - Teen
- GenreAction, Adventure
- ESRB DescriptorMild Language, Violence
- Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
- Number of Players1
- Release Year2007
- Game Special Features<li>Finish all ten story lines and receive bonus content for 100 percent completion<br/><br/><li>Keep the streets clean of crime to make citizens happy and earn loyal fans<br/><br/><li>Stop the violence and crime caused by the Green Goblin, Sandman, and Scorpion<br/><br/>
Most relevant reviews
- howboutthemdolp...May 15, 2017by
Excellent game! Spidey has to lasso and deal with experimental lizard people!
People complained to much that it was way to much like the previous game. I disagree! There are new story lines & the city is different. My 7 year old loves the previous game and really love this one too!
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- 7d48ca5ae3bfc3a...Oct 26, 2013by
Awesome Game !!
I love spiderman i think i have most of the games it is a great game to play. Alot of action and adventure to keep u busy for a long time. Its based of the movie which was also very good to i would definely recommend this game :}
- civilman4uJul 22, 2013by
Awsome game. Awsome price. Just plain awsome!
I looove this game! One of my friends has Spider-Man 2, and he said that it was great, so I thought Spider-Man 3 would be better. And it is. I really like how you can swing around New York without having to do anything. This definitely is one of my favorite games.
- 944821954@delet...Jan 17, 2010by
Best movie adaption game yet!
I've been playing Spider-Man 3 on my PS2 for a few hours now, and I'm addicted!!! It is by far THE BEST game adaption of a movie yet! It's super easy to control, and you can freely roam all of Manhattan, including Central Park, and fast to travel around when you travel by web. The moves are pretty generic, but you can do some cool looking combos and dodges. The graphics are amazing. For the first time ever, you get to play as black spider-man. You get to fight enemies that weren't in the movie, including Lizard and Kravan. Overall its a great game that you shouldn't pass up!
- 102861374@delet...May 14, 2007by
Fun Game **Just Nothing Special**
Graphics: 7/10 The graphics were okay. They weren't anything amazing, but that's probably because there was more time spent on the Playstation 3, Nintendo Wii, and Xbox 360 versions. I'm fine with that, seeing as a lot of people do have those next-gen consoles at their disposal. But a person like me who kept the PS2? I feel as if they gave us something common, expecting it to be okay. Even with the amount of time spent, it should have been better than what it was. The buildings aren't very detailed, and the pedestrians look average. There aren't that many character models for them. On top of that, when Spidey lifts them over his shoulder (They look like lifeless sacks), they just dangle there with their arms limp. Fortunately, Spider-Man looked rather detailed. If nothing else, the focus on him kept gamers from complaining more than they could have about the environment. Even in the black suit, the detail managed to be pretty good. Gameplay: 7/10 The gameplay was shockingly dull. To be honest, I felt as if they were making me PAY for the things that had already been provided in Spider-Man 2. The dual-swinging, the speed upgrades, the acrobatics? We had to play through this average game just to get those things back. And even then, they didn't seem to make this game that much better. His combos are lacking dynamic actions, and the game lags at points (which makes them look mechanical). Controls were simple enough to understand, and there didn't take much for a person to master the arsenal that Spider-Man had. His web-grabs and specials were okay, but nothing to jump out of your seat about. At least they had SOME form of wrapping the opponent up. But even then, there wasn't much that you were able to do. The black suit offered slightly more in terms of graphic appearance to strength, but the cosmetics just weren't enough to save it from looking like a quick job. Storyline: 7/10 I won't go into this too much. You've got the guy with super powers. You've got the girl who likes the guy with super powers, but they end up going on a roller coaster. Throw in some villains and innocent bystanders, and you've got this all wrapped up...plus a suit that amplifies his emotions. We've seen this before, so this was nothing to brag about either. At least they had their own unique style of portraying it, rather than simply keeping Spider-man struggle-free and being able to deal with it easily. Replay value: 7/10 Average replay value. They thought that they were doing us a big favor by throwing in the meteorite/spider emblem quests, but they're annoying and too tedious for some. The free-roam is okay, but gets repetitive and boring after a while. Nothing special after the storyline is finished either, so I wasn't exactly impressed with how they handled the closing of the story and the opening of the free-roam portion. You're still able to brush up on your swinging skills, so that's a plus. Other than that, I don't see much point. Overall: 7/10 Read full review
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