Summary: The best Spider-Man game ever made. Easy to learn-- hard to master! If the idea of a web slinging simulator doesnt excite you, then maybe find a different game. If you want to feel like you are the web slinger himself, look no further.
Summary: As far as I can recall, this was the game that started the city sandbox on the PS2. I'd liked the original PS1 Spider-man game, and tolerated the first movie game which was literally the same as the PS1 only with better graphics, story, and characters. The engine was almost identical.
Summary: Three 3-d Spider-man games have come out since the release of Spider-man 2. Ultimate Spider-man, Spider-man 3, and Spider-man: Web of Shadows. Ultimate Spider-man was too story heavy, and there was nothing to do if you weren't heading to a mission. And, the story kinda sucked anyway.
Pros: Loads of content, Addictive gameplay, Innovative concepts, Just plain fun
Summary: This was a great game that makes excellent use of a non-linear story line. Allowing the player to explore the entirety of New York City, while scattering random mini-game-esque throughout the map, making the exploration of the map not only fun, but eventful as well.
Summary: I think this game is great! The sound, the controls, and the gameplay are all awesome! I love the part where this evil villian Beck challenges you, to show that Spiderman is a fake and that Spiderman doesn't have any "powers".