Sometimes, a game that doesn't look like much ends up playing a pivitol role in history. You wouldn't think that Sega's Spider-Man vs. the Kingpin would fit that mold, given that it never really seemed to set the world on fire. Underneath it all though, was a concentrated effort to do the character justice and be true to his roots. The result was a game that set a blueprint for future titles, and it remains one of the more faithful super heroes titles of the era. Sega-16 takes a deeper look at the importance of Spider-Man's Genesis debut in the latest installment of Double Take. Read on, true believer!