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This page explains in detail the interactions between the Shinobi series and the Spider-Man series. along in this game you also could find the Godzilla series, Batman series, Rambo series, and Terminator series

Revenge of Shinobi

(1989122 December 2, 1989) 

Spider-Man Shinobi

Spider-Man as a boss

Godzilla Shinobi

Godzilla as a boss

Batman Shinobi

Batman as a boss

Rambo Shinobi

Rambo as a boss

Terminator Shinobi

Terminator (human form) as a boss

Terminator Robot Form Shinobi

Terminator (Robot Form) as a boss

Spider-Man

Spider-Man is a boss in the game using his webs

Godzilla

Godzilla is a boss in the game using his fire ball attacks

Batman

Batman is a boss in the game using bats

Rambo

Rambo is a boss in the game using his flamethrower

Terminator

Terminator is a boss in the game using throwing items at you but as you fight him he later turns to his robot form.



License

  • Software revision 1.00 (1989): Enemy characters resembling Rambo, Terminator, Spider-Man, Batman, and Godzilla are present. Both Spider-Man and Batman are actually fake representations of the characters conducted by a shapeshifter who alters his appearance after sustaining a certain amount of damage. Additionally, Joe Musashi's face on the title sequence resembled that of actor Sonny Chiba dressed as his character Hattori Hanzō from the Japanese TV series Shadow Warriors Kage no Gundan.
  • Software revision 1.01 (1989): Batman is replaced by a winged Devilman-like creature. Godzilla and Spider-Man remain unmodified, the latter now morphs into the Devil when defeated. The "Gunner" enemy soldiers with flamethrowers are also changed to bald men with headbands, altering their original likeness to Rambo (although Sega had the license to the character for their Rambo III console games, they did not use it for this game).
  • Software revision 1.02 (1990): The fake Spider-Man is now redesigned into the licensed character from Marvel Comics, acknowledged by a copyright notice (Sega already had the license to the character for their game The Amazing Spider-Man vs. The Kingpin). Since he is now the real Spider-Man, he does not morph into the Devil and actually leaves the battle when enough damage is inflicted, with the winged Devil entering to replace him. Godzilla still remains intact.
  • Software revision 1.03 (1990): Godzilla is replaced by a skeletal dinosaur. Everything else remains intact from the previous revision, including the licensed use of Spider-Man. This version was used in the Genesis 6-Pak cartridge along with the "Sega Classics" edition of the game.
  • Software revision 1.04 (2009/2012): Since the licensed use of the boss Spider-Man was for a limited period of time, the game was subsequently prevented from being re-released years later. The 2009 release for the Virtual Console as well as the Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network 2012 releases features a new specific software revision (1.04) that omits the Marvel copyright notice and replaces Spider-Man with a pink palette swap of the character that still behaves the same as the licensed Spider-Man. Joe Musashi's design in the title screen was also altered to remove his likeness to Sonny Chiba.

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