For the animated series:
- Audience-Alienating Premise: Generally, the series isn't held in high regards compared to other Spider-Man series as it viewed as putting Spider-Man in a situation that's un-Spider-Man-like, like putting him on another world.
- Awesome Art: Say what you will about the show's writing, but nobody's complaining about the series' comic book-inspired visuals (which was planned to be used by a planned Captain America series for Fox the year before this show aired, but that got canned by Marvel going bankrupt — it's likely that producer Will Meuginot imported it).
- Awesome Music: The opening theme.
- Contested Sequel: Being a sequel to the beloved Spider-Man: The Animated Series is at least half the reason Unlimited isn't look at with open arms.
- Creepy Awesome: Independently of the quality of the series overall, Green Goblin's new aesthetic design is bloody awesome.
- Cult Classic: In spite of the show's contested nature, it has managed a cult following due to the unique ideas and being cancelled after 13 episodes.
- Foe Yay: Lady Vermin had the hots for Spider-man the second she saw him fight.
- Love It or Hate It: Fans were especially polarized by this story, especially Counter-Earth and the Beastials (some liked them, others felt they intruded upon the story).
For the video game:
- Unexpected Character: This game goes well past scraping the bottom of the barrel when it comes to Spider characters, marking the video-game debuts of the likes of Anya Corazón as Araña (both with and without her Instant Armor) and Spider-Girl, Mayday Parker, Spider-Gwen and the other Spider-Verse totems, Silk (both with her Cheap Costume, her second outfit,note and her third outfitnote ), Superior Spider-Man's original costume, Superior Venom, Spider-X...and more are being announced.