Spider-Man is a 2000 action-adventure video game based on the Marvel Comics series The Amazing Spider-Man. Although it features the likenesses and same voice actors, it is not based on the animated television shows from the 1990s.
After defeating the nefarious Doc Oc from the past game, a new villain called Electro is here to take over the world using the powerful jewel. Electro first starts killing and robbing a bank and steals something precious. We have a variant series of evil villains: shocker, The Beetle, Hammerhead, Sandman, and the Lizard. The guys have meetings to stop the spider from foiling their plans. The hammerhead decides to hold this woman hostage, and it is up to spiderman to save her.
We beat up bad guys, fight bosses, different missions to accomplish. You can use your webs to sling from place to place. The platforming can be a bit frustrating. You have a training mode to help you play. The game mode consists of 4 difficulty modes. The What If? The mode is the funniest part of this game. As you play, you can find magazines for the gallery and unlock costumes. Fighting bosses is challenging. You have to do somethings that will have you to defeat them. The gameplay can be repetitive but still enjoyable.
There is one rather tedious element to Spider-Man, and that’s the repetition of enemies. They are all basically the same, just with a different style. For example, for the first few levels, you battle thugs. In the next few levels, you battle Lizardmen, and then after that, a bunch of symbiote monster creatures. The enemies never mix. Instead, it’s just the same group of enemies for a specific group of levels. You may not think it’s such a big deal, but after a while, it tends to get rather tedious. A minor complaint, though.