Check out my review of the game here: Spider-Man review
Putting a dash between “spider” and “man” just feels wrong to me. That could very well be Batman and Superman’s fault, because it goes against my every instinct to separate the two words rather than combining them into one. Alas, that’s the way it’s written, and I’ll never forgive Spider-Man for that.
The name aside, Spider-Man is an awesome game by Neversoft that never really received the kind of attention it should have. Rather than being like modern superhero games that try to be dark and realistic versions of the comic characters (like the Arkham games), this game embraced the campy weirdness of Spider-Man and all of the lovable, unbelievable chaos that somehow surrounds him.
The screenshots are of both the Playstation 1 and Nintendo 64 versions of the game. There are some minor differences between the two, such as the N64 version replacing the video cutscenes with comic panels and having less aliasing, but aside from little things like that, they’re pretty much identical.