Spider-Man and Venom: Maximum Carnage is undoubtedly one of the best games for the Super Nintendo and probably the best Spider-Man games ever created.
The carnage that completely nuts symbiote is starting a carnage (this is pretty obvious, right?) in the city. As Batman and Superman are occupied, everyone’s favorite wall, climber arachnid, has to take care of the situation. This time together with nothing less than Venom, the most badass Spider-Man enemy of all time, together with Carnage himself.
Spider-Man has a lot of movements, combos, special attacks, etc, you will never get bored of kicking your enemies asses.
You can’t choose between Spider-Man or Venom initially, but later each has its own stages and depending on what you do or who you choose in certain moments, there will be different paths to follow. Venom is quite different from Spider-Man in terms of controls, unlike most beat-em-ups where all the characters are basically the same with a different appearance.
Together with Spider-Man and Venom, it is possible to call other superheroes like Captain America, Morbius, Black Cat, Silver Surfer, and others for help. This is the best beat-em-up for the Snes as well as one of the best beat-em-ups to date, not to mention the best Spider-Man game ever. One and a hundred million times better than its second part, Separation Anxiety, even if this one lacks a two-player option, the only serious problem in the game.