The tie-in games for the Creator/SamRaimi-directed ''Film/SpiderManTrilogy'', published by Activision.

Games with their own pages:
* ''VideoGame/SpiderManTheMovie''
* ''VideoGame/SpiderMan2''
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!!Tropes:

* AdaptationExpansion:
** ''Spider-Man'' added battles with the Vulture, Scorpion and Shocker prior to adapting the film's Green Goblin plot. The Xbox version has Kraven the Hunter as an exclusive boss.
** The [=PS3=]/[=360=]/[=PC=] versions of ''Spider-Man 3'' includes sub-plots involving the Kingpin, Scorpion, Rhino, and the Lizard.
** The [=PS2=]/[=Wii=] version of ''Spider-Man 3'' added a sub-plot involving ComicBook/{{Morbius}} the Living Vampire, Shriek and the Lizard.
* AdaptationalHeroism:
** The Scorpion receives this in both games he appears in, as he's on the run from a corrupt organization. His battles with Spider-Man are through misunderstandings rather than any actual attempts at villainy and he even teams up with Spider-man in both of them.
** Sandman gets this in the third game. Other than in the film, where he willingly teams up with Venom, he is blackmailed into it here because Eddie takes his daughter hostage.
* ApologeticAttacker: In ''Spider-Man'', during the Oscorp Break-In level, Spider-Man apologizes to the first security guard he knocks out, knowing that they're just people doing their jobs and not criminals.
* AscendedExtra: Luke Carlyle in ''Spider-Man 3''. In the comics he was a one-shot villain from the early 2000s who tried and failed to be EvilerThanThou to Doctor Octopus. Here he's a terrorist bomber who serves as the game's StarterVillain for the first several missions.
* BigDamnHeroes: New Goblin in ''Spider-Man 3''.
* BonusBoss:
** Bonesaw [=McGraw=] in the combat arena of ''Spider-Man''.
** Calypso in the combat arena of ''Spider-Man 2''.
* BreakingTheFourthWall: After defeating the Green Goblin in ''Spider-Man'', Peter Parker's narration then tells the player to go outside and play.
* CostumeCopycat: The final unlockable in ''Spider-Man'' is the ability to play through the game as the Green Goblin, complete with pumpkin bombs and glider instead of webs. This trope comes in when you start the game, as it's Harry in the suit instead of Norman. [[spoiler:And taken even further with ''another'' Green Goblin running around as the primary antagonist]].
* DisneyDeath: [[spoiler:New Goblin]] in ''Spider-Man 3'' - Rather than being [[spoiler:ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice by Venom with his own glider]], instead [[spoiler:Venom webs the glider and pulls Harry into a clothesline, and the last time Harry is seen, he's spinning out-of-control away from the construction site]].
* DisneyVillainDeath: [[spoiler:Kingpin]] has this happen in the PS3 and Xbox 360 version of ''Spider-Man 3'', when the symbiote-corrupted Spider-Man throws him out of a building.
* FreeFallFight: In ''Spiderman 3''' on the [=PS3=]/360 [[spoiler:the final fight with Venom ends with one of these, with the loser falling on and being impaled by pipes.]]
* GenderFlip: Dr. Stillwell, the doctor who created Scorpion, is female in the third game.
* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice:
** [[spoiler:Green Goblin]] in ''Spider-Man''.
** [[spoiler:Venom]] in the [=PS3=][=/=]360 version of ''Spider-Man 3''.
* InkSuitActor:
** Tobey Maguire and Willem Dafoe in ''Spider-Man''.
** Tobey Maguire, Alfred Molina and Kirsten Dunst in ''Spider-Man 2''.
*** The PSP version added J.K. Simmons as J. Jonah Jameson.
** Tobey Maguire, James Franco, Topher Grace, Thomas Haden Church, and J.K. Simmons in ''Spider-Man 3''
* MirrorMatch: When playing through ''Spider-Man'' as the [[SecretCharacter Green Goblin]], all of the bosses remain the same. ''All of them''. [[spoiler:The game even implies that the second Goblin is Norman in the suit, having survived his battle with Spider-Man]].
* PressXToNotDie: Spider-Man 3's ScrappyMechanic in an infuriating degree.
* SecretCharacter: Green Goblin in ''Spider-Man''.
* StarterVillain: Each game has an early major villain Spidey goes after.
** ''Spider-Man'' has Spike the Burglar, due to it being the OriginStory. There's also the Shocker during Peter's first outing when he's officially in costume.
** ''Spider-Man 2'' has the Rhino.
** Both versions of ''Spider-Man 3'' have Carlyle the Mad Bomber.
* SuperPoweredEvilSide: The Black Suit in ''Spider-Man 3'', naturally.
** In the [=PS3=] and 360 versions of the game, Spider-Man wears the suit permanently.
** In the [=PS2=] and Wii versions of the game, Spider-Man can switch between the black suit and red and blue suits at will, but will have a harder time returning to the red and blue suit the more time is spent in the black suit.
* WideOpenSandbox: ''Spider-Man 2'' and ''Spider-Man 3'' on home consoles.
* ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill: Oscorp's Ultimate Weapon is like this.