10 best Spider-Man games of all-time, ranked

10. Spider-Man: The Movie

If licensed video-games had a bad reputation in the '00s, don't even get us started on movie-tie ins!  And yet, despite all that, Spider-Man: The Movie had a surprisingly good time.

9. The Amazing Spider-Man vs. The Kingpin

One of the biggest embarrassments of the 8-bit and 16-bit eras is that the developers didn't really know what to do with Spider-Man.  Atari, Paragon and Rare made a concerted effort, but it was Sega that proved it had the best control over the character.  

8. Spider-Man: The Video Game 

This is one of those quintessential arcade games.  A generation of kids were left to believe that this was the pinnacle of not just the Spider-Man game – but superhero games in general.

7. Spider-Man 2: Enter Electro

Spider-Man 2: Enter Electro is perhaps best remembered these days for being delayed, as developer Vicarious Visions pushed back the release to revise the game's final level.

 6. Spider-Man

Between the development of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 and 2, developer Neversoft really pushed the Spider-Man game of its time forward.  OK, so it sounds primitive by today's standards, but Spider-Man was the genesis for the way the character is viewed in video games today.

 5. Ultimate Spider-Man

The cel-shaded suits you see in Marvel's Spider-Man from Insomniac are awesome, but did you know you can play an entire game like this?  Often forgotten, as its release date falls in the Xbox 360's launch year

4. Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions

If you're a fan of Into the Spiderverse, you'll want to check out Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions.  Released in 2010, developer Beenox made the controversial decision to create a more linear adventure – ditching the open world.

 3. Spider-Man 2

It may sound a bit outdated by today's standards, but Spider-Man 2 was once the pinnacle of licensed games.  This 2004 classic ushered in web-swinging in what was then a very revolutionary open world

2. Marvel's Spider-Man

When Insomniac set out to create a modern Spider-Man game, it had the weight of Spider-Man 2 on its shoulders.  The 2004 release was the best of the older era of licensed games.

1. Spider-Man: Miles Morales 

Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales is as close to a perfect Spider-Man game as it is now.  Insomniac Games took everything they worked on with their 2019 effort and refined it, improving upon the original set of battles, stealth