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Spider-Man 2: Enter Electro

Spider-Man 2 Enter Electro
Information-silk Title
Spider-Man 2: Enter Electro
Information-silk Aliases
Spider-Man 2
Spider-Man 2 Enter: Electro
Information-silk Universe
Video Game Details
Information-silk Developers
Vicarious Visions
Information-silk Publishers
Activision
Information-silk Modes
Single player
Information-silk Ratings
ESRB: E for Everyone
Information-silk Platforms
PlayStation
Information-silk Media
CD
Information-silk Release Date
US August 26, 2001 (Original)
US October 17, 2001
PAL October 26, 2001
JPOctober 31, 2002
Previous Game

Spider-Man (2000 video game)
(August 24, 2000 (PlayStation)
August 31, 2000 (Game Boy Color)
November 21, 2000 (Nintendo 64)
April 19, 2001 (Dreamcast)
September 19, 2001 (PC)
January 26, 2002 (Mac))

Appearances

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

Other Characters:

Locations:

Items:

  • Bio-Nexus Device

Vehicles:


What If? Mode:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

Other Characters:

Locations:

Items:

  • Bio-Nexus Device

Vehicles:




Story

Spider-Man 2 Enter Electro - Herman Schultz & Peter Parker (Earth-616)
Spider-Man 2 Enter Electro - William Baker & Peter Parker (Earth-616)


Cast


Notes

Difference from the first game

Although the gameplay and design are relatively similar, one major difference of the game from the first was the ability to play on ground levels. In the first game, if Spider-Man swung too low he would fall into the yellow mist that dominated all the levels and die. This game presented levels that are city streets, however they were confined grids rather than a free-roam environment. Also, Spidey was given the ability to fire a web-ball in mid-air, which would come in handy during some of the fights. Also, this time around, training mode takes you to the X-Men's Danger Room where Rogue and Professor X teach you what Spidey needs to know. The hand animation is also changed. Now, every characters' hands can react instead of waving fists. The basic punch and kick combo moves are changed, doing away with the two-handed uppercut/ mule-kick for the third strike.


Trivia

  • The cutscene where Hammerhead discusses the importance of teamwork in their plan to stop Spider-Man is quoted from Robert De Niro's character Al Capone in the movie The Untouchables. At the end, however, Hammerhead does not bludgeon a fellow mobster to death with his baseball bat, instead bashing a glass of red wine which spills over a newspaper photo of Spider-Man, which probablly represents the blood which the mobster had spill.
  • During the cutscene after Spider-Man beats Shocker, he swings away to Hangar 18. Before he does that, he says, "I don't need pointy ears and a cape to tell that this is another heist". A reference to Batman. The actor who voices Spider-Man in also voices Batman in the cartoon, The Batman.
  • In the final cutscene where Hammerhead, Shocker and Electro are jailed, Hammerhead and Shocker play cards but end up frustrated since all they've played was Poker. Then Shocker asks the inmates from the front cell if they know how to play "go Fish". The inmates are revealed to be Doctor Octopus, Scorpion, Rhino and Mysterio, still incarcerated after the events from the first videogame


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