Spider-Man and Venom: Maximum Carnage is a beat ‘em up for the Mega Drive and SNES based on the 1994 comic book crossover event of the same name where Spider-Man and Venom team up to fight a new symbiote called Carnage. The Japanese Mega Drive version, which is for all intents and purpose identical to every other version, is one of the rarest and most expensive Mega Drive games.
Remember when Tim Burton didn’t feel obligated to cast Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham-Carter in everything? Remember when he actually made good movies? Then you might remember Beetlejuice. Evidently someone at LJN thought that the black comedy was perfect video game material, and commissioned Rare to develop a game based upon it. The result isn’t actually very good.
…San Dimas High School Football rules!
Another classy LJN and Beam Software collaboration, Bill and Ted’s Excellent Video Game Adventure was loosely based around the storyline of the first film, despite not being released until around the time of the second film’s release.