Spider-Man: Mysterio's Menace was the first Spider-Man game to make it to the Game Boy Advance. Set in New York, players assume the role of Spider-Man as they take on super-villain Mysterio and his dastardly tricks for control of Manhattan. Spider-Man must fight a slew of Mysterio's sinister conspirators and gadgetry to get to the bottom of their plot and free New York from Mysterio's mind-warping grip. Special attacks, multiple power-ups, suit upgrades and old Spider-Man standbys - like wall-crawling and web-slinging - make being Spider-Man everyone's dream. And if that's not enough for ya...
Wolverine's Revenge allows players to assume the role of Wolverine, everyone's favourite X-Men tough guy. In the game, Wolverine faces a race against time to find an antidote to the viral time bomb that's just been discovered in his system. With only 48 hours to live, Wolverine returns to the clandestine Department H facility deep in the Canadian wilderness, to uncover the terrible secrets behind the Weapon X laboratory and the experiments that turned the mutant hero into a precision killing machine.
As with all mutants, Wolverine has unique abilities that set him apart from the rest of humanity – deadly claws to defeat the greatest of foes, animal-like super senses to assist in tracking enemies, an enhanced mutant healing factor and unbreakable bones to withstand devastating amounts of punishment, and superior strength and reflexes for an added edge in combat. In X-Men: Wolverine's Revenge players will have to master all of these skills in order to defeat the sinister forces massing against them led by arch-villains Juggernaut, Wendigo, Magneto and Sabertooth. Luckily, players won't have to face the onslaught alone and can expect occasional backup from fellow X-Men including Professor-X and Beast.
As a 2 in 1 package, Spidey and Wolverine make for Marvel-ous value, tee-hee.