Starbuck Stars In Spiderman

  • Set in dual universes
  • Voices of Katee Sackhoff and Val Kilmer
  • Rated M for Mature audiences

Spider-Man: Edge of Time is now available whereby players take the roles of both Peter Parker’s Amazing Spider-Man, and Miguel O’Hara’s Spider-Man 2099 in a game that spans two timelines 100-years apart.

Playing as the two different personas of Peter Parker and Miguel O’Hara, both heroic web-slingers must work together to correct a time stream gone awry, save each other, and prevent the death of the Amazing Spider-Man.

With the story’s two timelines evolving in parallel, each Super Hero must navigate through "cause-and-effect" gameplay moments, utilising Spider-Man: Edge of Time’s picture-in-picture display where the actions of one Spider-Man can result in immediate, and sometimes unexpected, effects on the other Spider-Man and his surroundings.  Players will battle a variety of fan-favourite and all-new villains, including Anti-Venom and Black Cat 2099, using expanded combat abilities specific to each timeline – from Spider-Man 2099’s close-quarters brute force, futuristic enhancements and gravity-defying acrobatics, to the Amazing Spider-Man’s evasive techniques, upgraded web abilities and ranged tactics, as they race against time to preserve the balance of both worlds.

The game includes an all-star voice cast, beginning with film star Val Kilmer as Walker Sloan; Smallville and V mainstay Laura Vandervoort as Mary Jane; Battlestar Galactica’s Katee “Starbuck” Sackhoff as Black Cat; “The Spectacular Spider-Man’s” Josh Keaton as the Amazing Spider-Man; and Christopher Daniel Barnes, who voiced the iconic Marvel web-slinger in the 1994 “Spider-Man” series, as the voice of Spider-Man 2099.

Spider-Man: Edge of Time is rated “M” for mature audiences by the Classification Board and is available on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, Nintendo DS and 3DS.