Spider man 2 PC GameSpider-Man 2 is the name of several computer and video games based on the Spider-Man universe and particularly the Spider-Man 2 film. It is a follow up to the game Spider-Man: The Movie and was followed by Spider-Man 3 to promote the release of the third film in 2007.The PC version of Spider-Man 2 has overly simplified gameplay. In this day and age, most third-party games are released across multiple platforms. When the game in question is a major licensed property, like Spider-Man 2, it's almost guaranteed that you're going to get the same game on several different systems.
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At its core, the PC version of Spider-Man 2 is attempting to do the same thing that the console game does. It takes only the most basic shreds of story from the movie of the same name and inserts them into an action game. You'll also face other villains, like Mysterio, the Puma, and on multiple occasions you'll square off against Rhino. When you aren't doing that, you're stopping bank robberies and beating up on other, lesser thugs. Generally speaking, the game doesn't go out of its way to tell any story at all. In an attempt to liven things up a bit, the game does more than merely pit Spider-Man against Dr. Octopus.
You'll get a cutscene here and there, but most of these cutscenes are ugly. A few of them come from the console versions of the game, and these look just fine. But the cutscenes that were created specifically for this version of the game are awful. They run at a choppy frame rate, and the scenes would probably look better if they were just rendered in-engine. The gameplay in Spider-Man 2 is stripped-down to a fault. The game controls like your standard third-person PC action game, with the mouse controlling your turning and viewpoint and the keyboard controlling your actual movement.
The whole game just looks dull and unexciting, both technically and artistically. Each boss battle starts with a diagram that spells out exactly what you need to do. Most of the sound effects in the game are good, but this is offset by some bad voice acting. You'll hear some of the voices from the movie here, but Tobey Maguire must have used up all his voice-acting energy on lines for the console version of the game. Here, the script is bad to begin with, and the line delivery isn't any better. The game has some music, but it basically just fades into the background and stays there.
OS : Windows 98/2000/XP/Vista/7
CPU : 600 MHz Pentium III or Athlon processor or faster
RAM : 128 MB RAM
DX : DirectX 9.0b plus DirectX compatible 16 MB video card
HDD : 1227 MB hard disk space