Shortly after the defeat of Doctor Octopus and his symbiont army from the previous game, super-villain Electro attacks New York using high powered weaponry that'll turn him into a god, leaving Spider-Man to save the day.

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Rino Romano ...
Spider-Man / Palooka / Police Announcer (voice)
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Electro / Hyper-Electro / Computer 3 / Lizard / Dr. Connors / Hammerhead / Beast / Thug (voice)
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Intro-Recap Voice / Dr. Debra Whitman / Computer Voice / Walkie-Talkie Voice (voice)
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Shocker / Sandman / Abner Jenkins / Beetle / Professor X / Public Address / Thug (voice)
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Dr. Watts / Computer 2 / Rogue (voice)
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Shortly after the defeat of Doctor Octopus and his symbiont army from the previous game, super-villain Electro attacks New York using high powered weaponry that'll turn him into a god, leaving Spider-Man to save the day.

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At the end of the video game, The Mighty Thor is credited with defeating Electro in the final battle. This is because Thor was supposed to appear in an video segment in the video game where he talks with Spider-Man shortly after he has defeated Hyper-Electro, thus giving Thor the credit with Electro's defeat in the Daily Bugle newspaper. This was removed because the game's original ending takes place atop the World Trade Center towers when the game was being developed and it was removed because of the towers' destruction on 9/11. See more »

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[Spider-Man notices the Daily Bugle headline that credits Thor with defeating Electro]
Spider-Man: What the? Now what's *this* all about?
[Spider-Man crumples the paper in his hands and shakes his head]
Spider-Man: Ugh. I need a new agent.
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Spidey crawls up a building saying things about the crew. See more »

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The Sequel Rule Applies
31 March 2006 | by (New York) – See all my reviews

Sequels are almost never as good as the originals, and this game's no exception.

Produced by a new company for Activision, it had all the elements from the last game, sure. It even added the ability to shoot impact webs while jumping. But what it lacked was any of the challenge that made the first one so much fun. The puzzles were simplistic and very dumbed down, and the levels weren't even all that creative (however, when on the rooftops I did like how they chose to render the background scenery). The added street levels were disappointing. Missing from the first game, these could've been a welcomed addition, but they were just a square area with four lousy streets. Not even very creative building designs. Although, another plus was the ability to modify your favorite suit with the powers it may not have had.

Overall, if you completely loved the first one like me, you'll find this game lost a good deal of the magic that game had.


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