New Spidey game to be shown at SF comic book convention

New web-slinging game to be shown at comic convention in San Francisco

Word seems to have gotten out that there's a new Spider-Man game coming. We have no idea where that came from, but we do know that the web-slinger's next video game adventure will be shown to its ideal audience next weekend, as Spider-Man: Shattered Dreams will have its public debut at WonderCon--the San Francisco-based comic book convention organized by the same company that runs Comic-Con.

IGN discovered a newly-listed panel at the show entitled "Activision Unveils the New Marvel Game: Spider-Man Shattered Dimensions." Given the title of the session, we're expecting to see a lot of this mysterious new superhero game. For those of you who live in the Bay Area, tickets are still available on the official WonderCon website. Everyone else, fret not, as GamePro will be there to deliver the news.

SOURCE: New Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions Details [IGN]

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