It all comes back to Spider-Man doesn’t it? The cultural saturation of the character in a lot of English speaking societies. The relatable nature of the character (and to be perfectly honest, most of the Spider people characters). The fact that the first Spider-Man trilogy was the first thing since the 90s Batman movies to really hit such a mainstream audience is no coincidence.
So how do we get a look at what Spider-Man means to people? Oh, I don’t know, maybe get a guest like Keifer from Select and Start to come and give us a look at what both this 2004 game and the movie that it ties in with? Yeah, that seems like a good idea. I should pat myself on the back for doing exactly that.
Learn such things as:
- What was the super hero movie landscape looking like in 2004?
- Does it matter if Spidey has things overhead to actually swing from?
- How are the pizza missions what everyone loves about this game the most?
- And so much more!
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Intro/Outro Music by Best Day, who wears Spider-Man underpants on his face to have a double Spider-Man mask.