3. A rogues' gallery that rivals Batman's
Best example: Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions
While Batman’s enemies get all the big press, in comic book history Spider-Man’s rogues’ gallery is at least second to Bat’s in terms of quality. He may not have The Joker, but enemies as varied as Green Goblin, Venom, Electro, Doc Ock, Mysterio and Sandman have proved their awesome evilness for decades. Each Spidey game pulls from enemies great and small (usually with a predictable Rhino fight), best of all being Shattered Dimensions' multiple universes allowing for massive boss battles with more than a dozen Wall-Crawler enemies ranging from The Vulture to Juggernaut. Not only did the developers pull from all over Spider-Man’s mythos, but the alternate universe concept led to never before seen interpretations of previously used enemies.
Worst Example: Spider-Man: The Game. Based on the first film, the enemy list was basically limited to Green Goblin and professional wrestlers.