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Spider-Man: Mysterio's Menace (Game Boy Advance)

Everyone
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80
MobyRank
100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
3.6
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5 point score based on user ratings.

Advertising Blurbs

www.nintendo.com:

    Arachnid antics in the palm of your hand.



    Thanks to Activision and Vicarious Visions, your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is ready to fight crime on Game Boy Advance. Spider-Man: Mysterio's Menace is a seven-level side-scroller which pits the arachnid super hero against a host of his most famous foes: Rhino, Hammerhead, Mysterio and more.

    Fans of Spidey's N64 game will be pleased to find the same attention to detail and great play control in this hand-held adventure. Spider-Man can swing through the air, crawl on any surface and use a variety of web-based weaponry to eliminate his enemies. The stylized graphics look like they're straight out of a comic book, and the web-slinger's animation is suitably spider-like.

    The only negative aspect of this game is that you'll be craving more once you swing your way through the game's seven levels. Nevertheless, Spider-Man: Mysterio's Menace is an excellent action Pak which captures the spirit of Spidey's comic book adventures.

    Contributed by Evil Ryu (53674) on Aug 26, 2005.

Back of Box:

    Victory may only be an illusion



    Mysterio, the Master of Illusion, is using his powers to change New York City into his very own sinister amusement park. Lucky for the Big Apple, he's forgotten one thing: you're Spider-Man, and for one power-hungry super-villain, that means playtime's over.

    Awesome Boss Fights
    Mysterio has enlisted some of Spider-Man's arch enemies. Time to take them down Spidey style.

    New Spidey Powers
    Web-sling across the heights of New York with all-new power suits and power-ups.

    Moves and 'Tude
    Learn wicked moves, like the Web Shield, which stops enemy blasts cold in theis tracks.

    You don't just play it... you live it.

    Contributed by Corn Popper (69578) on May 24, 2003.