If you want a short, glitchy pain of a game go right ahead and rent this poor excuse of one. Multiple instances with screen tears and jumpy frames, far to easy even on its hardest difficulty. Nowhere near as immersive as I would've like it to be and a horror to control.
It is a blast to web swing in this entry. Web Swinging is the best it's ever been for any Spider-man game since Spider-man 2's movie game back in 2004. Unfortunately, that's where the fun stops. The story is pitifully predictable, the visuals can not compete with anything past the year 2001, the same dumb voice actor from the first game was somehow brought back, Stan Lee's age wrinkles are more superior than the detail for the guy you're playing as, every boss battle is boring, especially when the game does not trust you to figure out how to beat them at all. "Interactive" conversations are pointless because all you do is choose which question to ask first and and which to ask last. What is the point of that? There's also a meter that tells everyone if you're a hero or menace, which is determined by successfully completing side-missions. But the points awarded for completing them is FAR too rewarding, you can fill one section of the meter up (there are 3) with just one mission, and since the game never stops with the side-missions, you're almost forced to to do side missions and ignore the campaign to ensure your status does not change. This game is plain terrible, I'm happy I only rented it, that's for sure. Short version is, Web Swinging: Good --- Everything else: BAD!