Currently, and fortunately, a new adventure of the most popular wall-crawler ever in the hands of Insomniac Games, such as the recently announced Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, is synonymous with quality, but there was a time when it was not so much this way. As is known, following the original trilogy of Spider-Man in the cinema, by Sam Raimi, a fourth film was scheduled to be released, finally canceled, and that it was going to be accompanied by a fourth video game developed by Radical Entertainment of the that have appeared almost 20 minutes of gameplay.
It has been on the Obscure Gamers channel where these 18 minutes of footage from a video game have been revealed that, like the film, did not have a good fate. This canceled Spider-Man 4 was slated to release on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC, Wii, and Nintendo DS.
“Unlike the Wii version that has been leaked for a long time, this one is based on a different engine, with recycled assets and menus from Prototype, the 2009 game,” they say from Obscure Gamers. Previously it had been an artist who would participate in the development of the game, Wayne Dalton, who would filter the first captures of this project, and who also ensures that in turn what was created in this title would end up becoming Prototype 2.
Meanwhile, the aforementioned channel provides a good amount of information regarding the game, remembering that the film was to be released, initially, in May 2011, although disagreements between Sony and Columbia Pictures ended with the film canceled and later turned into The Amazing Spider-Man. (2012), already with Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker. For its part, the game should have been released, according to its own developers, between April 2011 and January 2012 at the latest.
Several studies would be involved in the development of this game. While Radical Entertainment would have been in charge of the main version for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC, Eurocom would be in charge of the Wii, and on the other hand, Vicarious Visions would have created the port for Nintendo DS.