Top 10 Best Spider-man Video Games of All Time

There are numerous electronic games featuring the popular Marvel Comics superhero Spider-Man that have been released. To date, Spider-Man has made appearances on over 15 gaming platforms, which also includes mobile games on mobile phones. But what is the best?
The Top Ten
1 Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions

I love this game! After Andrew Garfield's movie was released, I bet when they made the game, they pushed this game back to do something for a change, like being a side game and not being the most awesome and made Spider-Man Shattered Dimensions the side game. But let's talk about the game. You can play four different Spider-suits throughout different dimensions, and they don't look like how they should be, making people have different appearances of the villain.

I wish they gave us Iron Spider. And I'll tell you, the hardest dimension is Noir. If the villains were 15,000 times better than the ones they used, Noir Spider-Man would pee his little pants. Amazing, Noir, 2099, and Ultimate are the versions. LOVE THIS GAME ALONG WITH THE #1!

2 Amazing Spider-Man

This game is not the best Spider-Man game. I think it's just a moderate Spider-Man game that is modern. I believe Edge of Time and Shattered Dimensions are better. As a modern Spider-Man game, it doesn't deliver the quality you would expect, but it's not a bad game.

A game based on the movie of the same name that was released in 2012. The game is being developed by Beenox and Activision, the same developers of Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions and Spider-Man: Edge of Time.

It is awesome. It has a great storyline and great gameplay. It's the best one I've played, and when they make The Amazing Spider-Man 2 game, it will be just as good.

3 Spider-Man: Web of Shadows

This game has a great combat system, and you can really see how much the upgrades influence combat. The story was interesting, at least to me, but I'm a sucker for any game with the symbiotes in it, plus, we got great web slinging, even if the webs did occasionally attach themselves to the sky. The morality system does make sense, given a symbiote's influence over its host, and I didn't find any area of the game particularly lacking.

Plus, this game had the best Spider-Man jokes.

This game may have a few glitches, but the quality of gameplay is what I believe to matter most in open-world games like this one. The moves are quite easy to learn and remain interesting even after hours of playing due to the smoothness of the "Spider-Man Agility." The sadly undermined suit changing during combos to create new move sequences adds to its charm.

I won't tell anything about the web-swinging because it would be an entire post on its own. I could literally web-swing all day and not be tired of it.

I have not played the top two games here, so I will not argue about ranking, but this game deserves to be in the top three. The fights are never boring due to the variation of enemy abilities and locations. (Yes, I have seen games with thugs on rooftops but the walls? Aerial fights are also great.)

The hero backup is very good. Their A.I. is certainly tuned to help you and not get in your way. The last point is about the (zombie?) symbiotes - the weaklings there to practice any move/combination you can think of.

The story is quite good as an original, but the twist is that the gamer seizes control of the story with moral decisions that affect the ending. There are a lot of other ideas this game could have explored, but very few Spider-Man games have come close to what this game has accomplished.

4 Ultimate Spider-Man

This is the best Spider-Man video game I've ever played! The graphics are really fantastic and they stay true to Brian Michael Bendis' Ultimate Spider-Man comic. The web slinging on this game is the most realistic and most fun web swinging on a Spider-Man game since 2004's Spider-Man 2 game.

The boss might be hard, but the combat is still fun and exciting. The story is so awesome and comic bookey. Spider-Man looks so awesome and he's so hilarious and amazing to play as. What makes this game even better is that I can play Venom and he is just so awesome to play as! I had so much fun playing this game!

5 Spider-Man 2

In 2002, alongside the live-action Spider-Man movie, a game titled Spider-Man: The Movie was developed by Treyarch for PC, PlayStation 2, Xbox, and Nintendo GameCube. A separate title was developed by Digital Eclipse Software for Game Boy Advance. The gameplay was similar to that of Neversoft's previous Spider-Man game, but for the first time, it featured aerial combat. It also allowed the player to web-sling over New York openly, though landing on the ground below was not possible. The game included the voices of the actors from the film, including Tobey Maguire, Willem Dafoe, and cult icon Bruce Campbell, with Josh Keaton voicing Harry Osborn and appearing in a bonus story-mode where he dons Harry's Green Goblin gear.

6 Marvel's Spider-Man

I might have played a different version of it, but it is the best Spider-Man game on PlayStation. I don't usually watch kid movies because I'm too old. Guess what, guys? He's been added to Fortnite and the battle pass is required to unlock him.

Okay, this is an AMAZING Spider-Man game. It takes the formula that Rocksteady's Batman: Arkham series had, and imports it into Spider-Man. I love the Arkham games and I love Spider-Man. That's why this is the best Spidey game ever, or even the best superhero game ever for me. It is tied with Batman: Arkham City.

7 Spider-Man (2000)

The official game based on the movie does not allow free roam and the controls are similar to Spider-Man (2000). However, the game is very enjoyable and there are many surprises around almost every corner, especially when you are at Oscorp. You can even play as the Green Goblin.

Hello, this is an old version of Spider-Man, but this game is totally awesome. You fight a lot of bosses, etc. In this game, you can use cheats to unlock skins of Spider-Man 2099 and others.

This one is clearly a top three. This should be renamed to "most popular games," because placing "Amazing Spider-Man" in first? Really?

8 Spider-Man: The Movie

My personal favorite Spider-Man game that I grew up with and still own to this day is Spider-Man: The Movie. It brings back many good memories and offers very fun and challenging gameplay. I'm still trying to complete the game on the hardest difficulty without cheating. Since my original Xbox no longer works, I now play this game (along with Spider-Man 2) on my Xbox 360, as it is compatible.

My all-time favorite Spider-Man game has challenging and very fun gameplay. I still have and play this game on a 360.

I've played this game. It's a good pastime.

9 Spider-Man 3

The Spider-Man 3 game was released at the same time as the film. It is available on all formats, with the PlayStation 3 version receiving a Collector's Edition featuring an exclusive playable character - Harry Osborn's "New Goblin" persona. The handling of the black suit varied among the different development teams that worked on the game. Some kept the player in the costume until a certain point, while others used the suit more strategically, allowing the player to don or remove the costume and suffer side effects depending on how much the suit is worn.

In October 2007, the New Goblin was released onto the Xbox LIVE Marketplace. This made the PC version of Spider-Man 3, along with the PS2 and Wii versions, the only ones not developed by Treyarch to exclude the New Goblin as a playable character, except for the fight against Sandman.

In 2007, two Spider-Man 3 games were developed for mobile devices by Javaground USA and produced by Sony Online Entertainment. Spider Man 3 Action was released early in the year, followed by Spider-Man 3 Puzzle a few months later.

10 Spider-Man: The Edge of Time

Spider-Man: Edge of Time is an adventure game that was developed by Beenox and Activision, the same companies that developed Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions. The main characters for this game are the Amazing Spider-Man, voiced by Josh Keaton, and the Spider-Man 2099, voiced by Christopher Daniel Barnes. Storyline: Two Spider-Men help each other to save their worlds. Spider-Man 2099 and The Amazing Spider-Man are the only playable characters in the game.

Love this game! It should be in fourth, but sixth is not bad, I guess.

The Contenders
11 Spider-Man and Venom: Maximum Carnage

The first game includes Venom and Spider-Man vs Carnage. That's badass.

12 Spider-Man: Friend or Foe

In this game, you can play even as the villains.

Ridiculously over the top combat, but great playable villains.

13 Spider-Man 2: Enter Electro

How the hell is this number 33? It's awesome!

14 Spider-Man: Miles Morales
15 Venom/Spider-Man: Separation Anxiety
16 The Amazing Spider-Man 2

This game should be in the number one position. It is a good game with a library of different suits. It is better than any Spider-Man game ever.

For what it's worth, this game wasn't all that bad. Not the best but certainly top 10.

I have played and completed this game. It is really amazing, like its name, with ultimate graphics.

17 Spider-Man Animated Series
18 Spider-Man: Mysterio's Menace
19 Marvel Ultimate Alliance
20 Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2
21 Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds
22 The Amazing Spider-Man 3: Invasion of the Spider-Slayers
23 Spider-Man: Battle for New York
24 Marvel's Spider-Man 2
25 The Amazing Spider-Man (Commodore 64)
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