After being defeated by Spider-Man, Mysterio reveals that his bosses plan to infest New York with symbiotes, and that the fog that blankets the city acts as a beacon for the symbiotes that will prepare the citizens for symbiosis. . Watts is accidentally captured by Electro, who offers to free her if Spider-Man gives him Zeus' tear. Spider-Man discusses his recent situation with Human Torch and Storm, both who assures him that things will get better and he will eventually succeed in getting everything right. Immediately after Daredevil leaves, Spider-Man is ambushed by a police chopper and is chased across the city. Also, this time around, training mode takes the player to the X-Men's Danger Room where Rogue and Professor X teach Spider-Man what he needs to know.
Electro uses the gem to supercharge himself into Hyper-Electro, before flying to a massive conductor to use his new powers. In combat, Spider-Man can utilise a limited supply of web-cartridges to attack his enemies, either webbing them up to stall or defeat them, increasing the strength of his attacks, or forming an explosive barrier. Although the story plays the same, there are subtle differences scattered throughout the scenery and audio track. The hand animation is also changed. When Spider-Man defeats them, it becomes apparent that Sandman has escaped with Watts. However, the changes this time around were not as numerous and often repetitive.
Electro complains that he would've been a god if Spider-Man hadn't ruined his plan. After eight years behind the mask, Peter Parker is a crime-fighting master. Spider-Man encounters Daredevil who questions Spider-Man but is eventually convinced of his innocence, then states that he will spread the word about Spider-Man's innocence. These costumes include the Symbiote, Spider-Man Unlimited, street clothes, Quick-Change Spider-Man, Bombastic Bagman, Spider-Armor, Scarlet Spider, Ben Reilly and Captain Universe versions. Spider-Man is then shown playing cards with Captain America, Storm, Daredevil,Venom and Punisher while Black Cat and Human Torch are dancing.
After foiling the bank robbery, Spider-Man fights Scorpion in order to keep him from killing J. Spider-Man learns that Mysterio was right when he runs into the Punisher at Warehouse 65. In the first game, if Spider-Man swung too low he would fall into the yellow mist that dominated all the levels and die. Many of them have special powers to alter the game experience. With Electro vulnerable at those points, Spider-Man defeats him. Monster Ock accidentally destroys the base, and Spider-Man barely escapes to the surface, where he is rescued by Captain America who was called by Black Cat and Venom.
Following a rooftop chase, he arrives at the lab and learns of the device's power source, only to be caught in another battle against Sandman. An Authentic Spider-Man Adventure Sony Interactive Entertainment, Insomniac Games, and Marvel have teamed up to create an authentic Spider-Man adventure. After defeating Scorpion, Spider-Man is forced to flee from the police. Included are all the costumes from the first game see Spider-Man with the same abilities, as well as several new outfits. Spider-Man is told by Black Cat that the Jade Syndicate is robbing a bank and have taken hostages. Upon ditching the helicopter, Spider-Man reunites with Black Cat, who alerts him to two new problems: Rhino is attacking a power plant and Venom has kidnapped Mary Jane Watson in order to lure Spider-Man.
Spider-Man is unable to locate Venom until the villain, newly obsessed with Spider-Man following the impostor's appearance, appears and leads Spider-Man on an elaborate chase through the sewers and in one portion, the subways which are filled with deadly traps. The next day, Spider-Man reads the front page of a newspaper published by the Daily Bugle. Spider-Man is able to utilise his spider powers to traverse the environments, being able to crawl on walls and ceilings, swing short distances and instantly zip between certain points. He finally locates the identity of the Spider-Man impostor: Mysterio. Spider-Man can also find power-ups such as Spider-Armor which temporarily increases his strength and defense, and Fire Webbing which is effective against symbiotes. Lizard finally gives directions to Venom's hideout.
Spider-Man defeats Rhino at the power plant, but Black Cat is injured and kidnapped by unknown parties posing as paramedics. While some are just alternate character skins, others give Spider-Man new abilities. When a new game is started, Uatu appears and explains to the player that things are no longer as they once were. He is deranged, and his only fit purpose is to attempt to kill Spider-man. Spider-Man also known as Spider-Man 64 for the Nintendo 64 is an action-adventure video game based on Marvel's Spider-Man.
Jonah Jameson will fire him from his new job at the Daily Bugle; all of his rage causes the Venom symbiote to surface, and then swears revenge. Spider-Man decides to head for BioTech itself, where he ultimately faces Lizard. After a battle with Shocker, he heads for the airfield, but is interrupted by a bomb scare on the way. Feel the full power of a more experienced Spider-Man with improvisational combat, dynamic acrobatics, fluid urban traversal, and environmental interactions. Eddie Brock mistakes this for the real Spider-Man and tries to take pictures, but his camera is shattered by the Spider-Man impostor.
Also, Spider-man was given the ability to fire a web-ball in mid-air, which would come in handy during some of the fights. At the Bugle, Venom senses the presence of Carnage, his symbiote offspring, causing him to abandon Spider-Man, who deals with an infestation of symbiotes throughout the building. This game presented levels that are city streets, however they were confined grids rather than a free-roam environment. As Shocker asks if any of them know how to play Go Fish, it shows Doctor Octopus banging his head on the cell bars as he does at the end of the first game. Successfully freeing the pilot before the plane crashes, he follows the helicopter's tracer to a train yard, where he battles Sandman and boards a fleeing train. Outside of it listing that Spider-Man destroyed the Bio-Nexus device and the Zeus' Tear, the newspaper states that Thor was the one who saved Manhattan from Electro.