9. Spider-Man: The Movie (2002; PS2, Xbox, GameCube)

The movie tie-in for the original Spider-Man movie isn’t a masterpiece, but it’s about as good as those kinds of games get. Tobey Maguire and Willem Dafoe came back to voice Spidey and the Green Goblin, respectively, and the plot was extended with Spidey’s extended rogues’ gallery, including Scorpion, Vulture and Shocker, who battles Spider-Man in a subway tunnel. After beating the game, you could play as Harry Osborn in his father’s Goblin suit, gliding throughout Manhattan, which gave the title a bit of replayability. It also didn’t hurt that cheat codes provided a bunch of different costumes for Spider-Man, as any good Spidey game should. — Andrew E. FreedmanCredit: Activision

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