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New DLC available for The Amazing Spider-Man


6:30 PM on 09.26.2012
New DLC available for The Amazing Spider-Man photo



Activision has announced the arrival of new download content for Beenox's The Amazing Spider-Man for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. The "Oscorp Search & Destroy Pack" adds two mini-games to Spidey's smartphone, which sounds utterly thrilling

That's not all, however. Previously available as retailer-exclusive pre-order bonuses, the "Rhino Challenge Pack" and "Stan Lee Adventure Pack" (which allow players to play as the villain Rhino and Spider-Man creator Stan Lee, respectively, in their own missions) are now available for all players to purchase from their online network of choice. Assuming that your choices are PlayStation Network, Xbox 360 or Steam, that is.

New DLC available for The Amazing Spider-Man photo
New DLC available for The Amazing Spider-Man photo
New DLC available for The Amazing Spider-Man photo
New DLC available for The Amazing Spider-Man photo





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