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Monday, August 16, 2004

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Aspyr Ships Spider-Man 2
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Aspyr today announced that Spider-Man 2: The Game for the Macintosh has begun shipping and will be available in stores nationwide by August 20th. Spider-Man 2: The Game, licensed by Activision, was developed by Ryan C. Gordon, who has previously worked with Aspyr Media on porting Shrek 2: The Game to the Macintosh..

Here's a bit more info on the game:

Spider-Man 2ô: The Game, the follow-up to 2002ís hit Spider-Man videogame, places the gamer into the web-slinging, web-swinging world of the Manhattan metropolis. Gamers become Peter Parkerís alter ego, Spider-Man, soaring through a highly detailed, 3D New York City. As Spider-Man, players must protect the city of Manhattan through 19 compelling missions in six distinct environments.
For more information on Spider-Man 2, head over to the Aspyr web site.

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