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More Spider-Man 2 Trailers

by Jonathan Metts - June 20, 2004, 8:27 pm PDT
Discuss in talkback! Source: Activision

Bruce Campbell waxes poetic upon Spidey's aerobatics. Updated with three more trailers!

Activision has supplied us with two more trailers for this game, each one featuring narration by Bruce Campbell, who is returning for the omniscient role he played in the last console Spider-Man game. These movies show off the huge, skyscraper-to-street environments and Spider-Man's ability to freely movie around them.

Note that, unlike recent DivX movies at PGC, these movies have audio compression (MP3) as well, resulting in much smaller filesizes. Feedback on compatibility would be greatly appreciated!

"Fear of Freedom" Spider-Man 2 Trailer (DivX format, 2.5 MB)

"Fear of Heights" Spider-Man 2 Trailer (DivX format, 2.5 MB)

"Black Cat" Spider-Man 2 Trailer (DivX format, 3 MB)

"Villains" Spider-Man 2 Trailer (DivX format, 3 MB)

"Web Combat" Spider-Man 2 Trailer (DivX format, 3 MB)

Spider-Man 2 Goes Double Platinum

Activision announces that two million copies of the game have been shipped out to retailers.


Santa Monica, CA – July 7, 2004 – Activision, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATVI) announced today that the company’s North American Publishing unit has shipped more than two million units of its Spider-Man 2™ video game timed to the theatrical release of Sony Pictures Entertainment’s Columbia Pictures Spider-Man® 2. The game, which is currently available at retail stores, lets players experience what it’s like to be the world’s most celebrated Super Hero as they web sling from buildings, dive from rooftops to the streets and scale the heights of Manhattan, a living breathing city complete with pedestrians, traffic, trains and helicopters. Gamers can re-live the film’s storyline or embark on exclusive game missions as they perform heroic deeds, protect citizens from random crimes, and face off against the nefarious Doc Ock and other Marvel super-villains.

Spider-Man 2 for the PlayStation2 computer entertainment system, the Xbox video game system from Microsoft and Nintendo GameCube carry a “T” (Teen with violence) rating by the ESRB and the Game Boy Advance and PC versions carry an “E” (Everyone with violence) rating.

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