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Spider-Man is the superhero who has made several appearances in video games of varying quality and length throughout his career. His goals are varied, depending on which game he is in, but he regularly uses his skills to protect the world from threats.

Spider-Man (2000 video game), Spider-Man 2: Enter Electro

Artwork for the covers of both games

Peter Parker's alter-ego, the Amazing Spider-Man. Spidey's wallcrawling and webslinging, combined with his super strength and amazing agility, make old Web Head one of the most spectacular superheroes around.
~ Description from Stan Lee in the first game

Spider-Man appears as the main character in both games. He is voiced by Rino Romaro who voiced the Webslinger in the Ultimate Spider-Man television series.

In the first game, the plot begins with Peter Parker at a Science Exposition hosted by the the supposedly reformed Dr. Otto Octavius (aka Dr. Octopus). An imposter of his alter-ego suddenly appears on stage, stealing the device that Octavius was showing to the audience as well as destroying the camera of Peter's reporter rival Eddie Brook, which triggers off his transformation into Venom (Spider-Man's Symbiote arch-rival and who also knows his true identity), who vows revenge. Spider-Man is now a wanted criminal and a strange fog is covering the whole city of New York.

After some survival tips from Black Cat and stopping a bank robbery led by a gang known as the Jade Syndicate, Spidey learns that his boss at the Daily Bugle J. Jonah Jameson is being attacked by Scorpion and sets off to come to his rescue. After stopping Scorpion, instead of thanking Spidey, Jameson calls onto the police to capture him. After escaping he meets with Daredevil who, after Spidey tells his story, believes him due to his extra-sensory powers. Suddenly a whole band of policemen in a helicopter attempts to capture him again, but Spidey successfully eludes them.

Black Cat appears and tells him that Venom has a message on the big screen for him and Rhino has been causing trouble at the high tech company Omnitek. Venom reveals that he is holding Peter Parker's wife Mary Jane hostage until Spidey meets him. Though his wife is in danger, Spidey promises Black Cat that he will help her stop Rhino as he has never forgotten the lesson he has learned about using his powers for others before himself, no matter how great the cost. He vows to take down Venom once and for all.

When the two arrive at Omnitek, the technology has already been stolen. Rhino appears and puts Black Cat out of commission, then turning his attention to Spider-Man. Spidey defeats him by making him charge into some electrical generators and petrol drums. He later watches Dr. Octavius appear with the police and help capture the villain. In his real identity as Peter Parker, he watches Black Cat being taken away in an ambulance but she tries to warn him that they are really kidnapping her.

Later he talks with Johnny Storm (aka Human Torch and member of the Fantastic Four) about his situation, who tells him to have faith in finding Venom. Venom suddenly appears and taunts him, leading to chase through a subway station, the sewers and finally a water pumping station where Mary Jane is being held. After a fierce battle, Spidey tells Venom how foolish he has been to believe Spider-Man to be a thief at the exposition as both of them were in the crowd that day while the imposter was on stage, thereby playing them against each other.

Realizing that Spidey is right Venom releases Mary-Jane and then decides to team up with his rival and find the real thief. They set off for the Daily Bugle to find any information about the expo robbery. They separate after Venom senses another dangerous Symbiote being around; Carnage, the most evilest of all.

Spidey then sees Symbiotes created by generators and destroys them by taking out the generators themselves and using one of their main weaknesses against them; fire.

After going deep underneath the Daily Bugle building, he finally meets the imposter, who is revealed to be another one of his enemies, Mysterio, Master of Illusion. Mysterio then used his tricks of illusion to grow into a huge giant, attempting to crush Spider-Man as well as firing laser beams and electrifying the floors. Spidey cuts off his power supply and shrinks the villain back to his normal size. Spider-Man then interrogates him, demanding to know who was behind the Symbiotes. Mysterio refuses to tell him and said that the Symbiote invasion could not be stopped. Spidey then smashes his helmet in anger and demands to know where they were coming from. Mysterio then told him to go to the waterfront to Warehouse 65 to find his answer and Spidey handed him over to the police.

He arrives at the warehouse and after exchanging conversation with Punisher, Spidey finds more Symbiotes made by even more generators and destroys them all. He then goes down a passage that takes him right to the bottom of the ocean. After avoiding laser machines and electrified floors, Spider-Man arrives at the central point where the fog was being released. He also finds Black Cat being held in a force field prison. Spider-Man then sets to work turning off the exhaust ports that are releasing the fog and shutting down the power in the process, which sets Black Cat free.

While Black Cat leaves to find help, Spidey goes off to find who is behind all this. He discovers that it is none other than Doctor Octopus who set up the ruse and had teamed up with Carnage in a scheme for world domination and was using the fog as a means to help Symbiotes adapt on Earth.

Venom appears and battles Carnage whilst Spidey battles Ock, who uses a force field to protect himself, but Spider manages to drain its power and defeats him. Ock then falls to the ground unconscious.

Venom is defeated by Carnage who then turns on Spidey himself. But Spider-Man defeats him by luring him into a sonic bubble in the middle of the room as high pitch sound waves are the Symbiotes' second weakness. After the battle, the symbiote leaves it's host Kletus Cassidy and then bonds with Ock who turns into a terrifying, monstrous, Monster Ock. Spidey flees for his life with the Symbiote scientist right behind him, whilst the lab is exploding all around them. After eluding the monster, Spidey watches as he is engulfed in a fiery explosion that separates Ock from the Symbiote. Spider-Man then concludes that the Symbiote had it's role in saving the scientist. Spidey and the now unconscious Ock make their escape from the lab before it is completely destroyed by a jet piloted by Captain America who was contacted by Black Cat about the situation. Venom and Black Cat are there too with Venom asking for Captain America's autograph, much to his annoyance. Ock is then sent to prison.

In the game's ending Spidey is playing cards with Daredevil, Captain America and Punisher, while Black Cat and Johnny Storm and dancing to some music.

Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects

Spider-Man's artwork in MarveL Nemesis done by Jae Lee.

You've gotta be kidding! This is gonna be too easy!
~ Spider-Man in "Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects".

Spider-Man appears as a playable character in the video game Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects.

At the streets of New York during the Imperfect invasion, Spider-Man takes down a group of invaders. After defeating Venom, Spidey takes the Turlin Neural Override off his neck, and in doing so finds flashbacks of Maya's past. The Human Torch shows up just after Spidey has left. Johnny Ohm finds Spidey in the Daily Bugle and defeats him. Spider-Man (now controlled by the Imperfects) is sent to defeat the Human Torch.

Marvel Ultimate Alliance series

Spider-Man in Marvel Ultimate Alliance.

Spider-Man is found as a playable character in the Marvel Ultimate Alliance games.

Marvel Ultimate Alliance

When the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier UNN Alpha is attacked by a group of super-villains, called the Masters of Evil led by Doctor Doom, Thor teleports Spider-Man, along with Captain America and Wolverine onto the ship's deck. The four-fight through the Helicarrier to the Bridge, defeating Scorpion on the way. They then defeated Bullseye and Fin Fang Foom to rescue the U.N.N. Alpha. From there on out, the entire story with regard to Spider-Man is variable, as the player can choose to include or exclude him from part of all of the remaining story. Though this is true for the in-game portions, Spider-Man is often shown during the cinematics before and after missions, often adding his own comments to the conversation.

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2

Two years after the defeat of Dr. Doom and the Masters of Evil, Nick Fury again brings the heroes together, this time for an attack on Castle Doom. Fury brings a slightly different team with him this time consisting of Spider-Man, along with Wolverine, Captain America, and Iron Man. The five-fight waves of Latverian warriors, defeating Electro, who was powering the Castle, Scorcher, Wizard, and was then sent with Wolverine to meet up with Bravo squad, and defeat the Tinkerer. Though he is again open to complete or partial inclusion or exclusion, Spider-Man can have certain moments that are specific to his character, such as conversations with Venom and Green Goblin.

After the attack on Latveria, Spider-Man joins the heroes in stopping Lucia von Bardas' attack on New York. Shortly afterward, the Superhuman Registration Act comes into effect, forcing heroes to register with the government and initiating the Civil War. Spider-Man can choose to join either Iron Man's pro-registration movement or Captain America's anti-registration movement.

As the Civil War continues, Spider-Man and the other heroes are forced to help Nick Fury in investigating the nanites that Iron Man and S.H.I.E.L.D. had been using in controlling supervillains. The heroes discover that the nanites have evolved into a large collective intelligence known as the Fold, which seeks to assimilate every life form on Earth. Nick Fury himself is assimilated, forcing Cap and Iron Man to temporarily suspend the Civil War so that all heroes can fight the Fold.

Although several major hero teams are defeated across the world, Spider-Man and his allies manage to establish a new base of operations on Wakanda. There, the heroes manage to modify a stasis code that will allow them to defeat the Fold. To do so, they must upload the code in one of the Fold's repeater towers. Spider-Man and his allies go to Iceland and manage to upload the code, neutralizing the Fold. Suddenly, the heroes are attacked by Fury, who has been injected by a new set of nanites immune to the code. After a long and fierce battle, Spider-Man and his allies defeat Fury and purge him of the nanites. With the Fold defeated, the President of the United States declares the Civil War over and pardons every hero that joined Captain America's resistance movement.

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order

Spider-Man in Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order

Spider-Man reappears as the major supporting character of Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order. He teams up with his fellow heroes to protect the world from villains and other threats.

Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions

Spider Man in Shattered Dimensions

Spider Man appears as a central playable character in the 2010 video game, Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions. He also comes with different costumes in other dimensions.

One night, Mysterio broke into Empire State University and attempted to steal the Tablet of Order and Chaos. Spider-Man caught him in the act and during their scuffle, he accidentally broke the tablet. Madame Web appeared and explained that the tablet pieces had shattered across Earth-TRN579, Earth-TRN580, Earth-TRN581 and recruited the Spider-Men of said realities to reassemble the tablet.

Mysterio, who had a fragment, tracked down Spider-Man to Madame Web's base of operations and threatened to kill her unless he handed over the other fragments. He tried to avoid giving him the fragments, but the tablet reassembled itself in Mysterio's hands. He began to change Earth-TRN579 into his image, but Madame Web was able to teleport the other three Spider-Men to Earth-TRN579 and they defeated Mysterio.

Lego Marvel Super Heroes

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Spider-Man is a playable character in LEGO Marvel Super Heroes.

On his way to the Daily Bugle, Spider-Man found Iron Man and the Hulk fighting the Sandman. Though he intended to take a subway, he assisted them in taking him down, retrieved the cosmic brick, and was offered a spot in the investigation, which he turned down because he was pressed on time.

He later helped Mister Fantastic and Captain America take down Doc Ock in Times Square to get back the same brick only for the Green Goblin to steal it. Spider-Man then went to Oscorp with Hawkeye and Black Widow to get the brick, but failed again. He then left the pair of spies because he was late for a date with his girlfriend.

He later went with Iron Man and Thor to Doctor Doom's submarine to fight A.I.M. and M.O.D.O.K., but the submarine sank and Jean Grey had to guide them underwater.

Spidey helped Thor and Iron Man take down Magneto. He then teamed up with Storm, Captain America, and Thing to defeat Doctor Doom.

Nick Fury had all the heroes and villains team up to stop Galactus from eating the Earth. Spidey was on a team with Thing, Green Goblin and Mystique.


Spiderman in Disney Infinity.

Spider-Man appears in the Disney INFINITY: 2.0 Edition. He intends to protect New York City from Green Goblin and Venom's symbiote forces. He is also playable in the Marvel Battlegrounds Play Set for 3.0. A version of him in his black suit is also playable, being available as both a figure and Costume Change Power Disc.

Marvel vs. Capcom series

Spider-Man appears as a playable character in the Capcom fighting game Marvel Super Heroes, and one of the most-well known veteran fighters in Marvel vs. Capcom series: Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter, Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes, Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes, Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds, and Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite.