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Activision, Marvel and Beenox have announced a video game that offers an "alternative take" on the story from next year's "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" feature film and a new "Hero or Menace" reward system.
CBR News spoke with Brant Nicholas, executive producer of "The Amazing Spider-Man" video game from Activision and Beenox, about the secrets of the wallcrawler's new web-slinging adventure.
Comics legend Stan Lee shows off his skills as a playable character in a new video preview of the "Amazing Spider-Man" video game based on Marc Webb's upcoming film.
Marvel, Activision and Beenox have released the newest gameplay trailer for "The Amazing Spider-Man" video game, based on the upcoming film starring Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, revealed at E3 2012.
CBR News spent some time helping the web-slinger take out the Rhino and explore a digital New York City in Activision and Beenox's new game based in the world of director Marc Webb's "The Amazing Spider-Man" film.
Depending on which retailer they choose to pre-order their copies of Activision's "The Amazing Spider-Man" game from, gamers will be able to play the game as either the Rhino or Stan "The Man" Lee.
Activision has revealed the Felicia Hardy as the newest villain to appear in "The Amazing Spider-Man" video game based on the upcoming Marc Webb movie of the same name.
The vintage Spider-Man villain with connections to The Lizard comes back to Spidey's rogues gallery in Activision's upcoming "Amazing Spider-Man" video game.
At last week's Game Developers Conference, Beenox showed off the new "Amazing Spider-Man" game where players will experience being Spidey like never before with the debut of the innovative new "web rush" mechanic.
According to Stan Lee, he's a playable character in Activision's upcoming "Amazing Spider-Man" video game, coming June 26.
Classic Spidey villain the Rhino brings the pain - and an official release date - in a new trailer for Activision and Beenox's "The Amazing Spider-Man."
Beenox’s latest peek at its "Amazing Spider-Man" movie tie-in gives a hint of something that may be familiar to fans of older "Spider-Man" games.
Everyone's favorite web-slinger returns in "The Amazing Spider-Man," and Activision has debuted the first look at footage from the anticipated movie tie-in.
Activision is going full swing into next summer's "The Amazing Spider-Man" movie tie-in game, releasing details about the title along with some preliminary teaser images
Activision has announced retailer-exclusive costumes for "Spider-Man: Edge of TIme" ranging from looks yanked from Big Time to Future Foundation, while offering exclusive X-Gene power-sets for "X-Men: Destiny."
The voice of Spider-Man 2099, actor Christopher Daniel Barnes takes CBR readers behind the scenes of Activision's "Spider-Man: Edge of Time's" story of time-crossed Spideys.
Spider-Man 2099 and the Amazing Spider-Man took part in the action at Activision's Comic-Con International booth this year, and CBR News has hands-on impressions of both.
The star of "Tombstone," "Real Genius" and "Batman Forever," Val Kilmer joins the voice cast of Activision's "Spider-Man: Edge of Time" to play the evil Walker Sloan.
CBR News spoke with Activision Associate Producer Dennis Bernardo about the upcoming "Spider-Man: Edge of Time" video game, the challenges of creating dual-timeline gameplay and all things web-slinger.
"Spider-Man: Edge of Time's" playable character list is half that of "Shattered Dimensions" but should more than make up for it through a Peter David scripted story, fun gameplay and the expected Spidey heroics.
Everyone's favorite webslinger returns to video games this fall, and the crew working on his adventure, including writer Peter David and the 'voice' of Peter Parker, Josh Keaton, converged on WonderCon to talk details.
The Amazing Spider-Man and Spiderman 2099 collide in a Peter David-penned story for the Beenox-developed, Activision-published "Spider-Man: Edge of Time".
Activision and Marvel team-up in September for “Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions,” a new video game that mixes four distinct versions of the wall-crawler. CBR News took a sneak-peek at the project.