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  • Why is Anti-Venom a villain here? The latest trailer from E3 indicates that it's Eddie who kills Peter & causes the timeline to get all screwed up, but if Beenox really wanted Eddie Brock to be the one who kills Spidey, why didn't they just use him as Venom?
    • Anti-Venom was picked because mere contact with him would cause Spider-Man to lose his powers, leaving him vulnerable to brutal attacks. As for why he is a villain, it is explained that the villain from 2099 is controlling Anti-Venom into killing him. Spider-Man tries to snap him out of it, but is unsuccessful.
  • The CEO's archives have most of the costumes Peter wore when he was Spider-Man, but why is Spider-Man 1602 there when the symbiote/black suit isn't?
    • The Symbiote itself is bonded to Kron Stone in the 2099 universe, and as for a replica of it... who knows?
  • Is it just me or does it appear that Amazing Spidey fights all of the large enemies?
    • He fights Black Cat. And Miguel fights PP 2099, who is kind of big in the Iron Spidey suit.
      • No what I'm talking about is that he tends to fight the Giant Mook enemies. But I now remember that 2099 fights some in Act Three. But still why does Amazing Spidey fight more giant mooks and bosses?
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