This week in Your Parents Basement, we are web-slinging our way through entire stages! From 1996, we’re playing Spider-man: Web of Fire by BlueSky Software for the 32X.
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- 0:00 – Intro, which features the god awful, tinny title theme from the game. And somehow, it’s not the normal Spider-man theme! (For that awesome track, go here.)
- 41:15 – Emails! The boys talk steampunk, Blade Runner and casual games to relieve stress.
- 1:09:00 – Snifferoo. Next week, it’s an anniversary celebration!
- According to Price Charting, Web of Fire is one of the costliest games that was available commercially. The loose price is $207, or $405 for the box and manual, and up to $575 for a “new” copy.