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This video consist of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 video game Spider-Man vs Green Goblin. I have taken the liberty of stitching all of the scenes pertaining to the Green Goblin into 1 video. Peter goes to meet Harry Osborn to get some intel on Wilson Fisk AKA the King Pin unbeknownst to him. Peter discusses how hard it’s been to trust people who claim to be his friend to Harry and Harry somewhat relates to him. He feels what its like to not have a strong father figure in his life. Harry also reveals that there’s been a hereditary disease that’s been killing off his family. He reveals that he recently lost his father Norman Osborn to the disease and later contracted the disease himself.

Harry notices the supposed friendship that Peter has with the Amazing Spider-Man and needs a big favor from him. Spider-Man seems to have traits similar to other cross species elements. Harry and Peter’s father worked on cross species experiments to come up with a cure but the project never came to fruition. Spider-Man later talks to Harry and states that using his blood as a cure can prove to be fatal and could have a fatal outcome. Harry comes to the realization that he’s on his own and will have to find other means to come by a cure for his disease. Thats when the Green Goblin surfaces and runs amok in New York, throwing bombs and forming an alliance with the Task Force. The 1st thing that I noticed is that the Green Goblin doesn’t really resemble Harry in the slightest even though his face not cover by a mask. This is probably due to the fact that he’s been somewhat mutated by the cure he concocted.

Posted on May 2, 2014 by H.A.G Entertainment

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