How to Listen to Previous JJJ Podcasts in Spider-Man 2


by Franklin Bellone Borges
Image: Insomniac Games

Like in the first two games, Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 players will be able to occasionally hear podcasts by Peter’s former boss and avid Spider-Men hater J. Jonah Jameson (aka JJJ) as they swing through New York City.

But given how the podcast episodes can be cut short whenever you enter a battle or find a crime in progress, is it possible to rehear some of old Triple J’s “hits” later on in the game? Here’s how to listen to Previous JJJ Podcasts in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2.

How to Listen to Previous JJJ Podcasts in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2

Although it was possible to do in the first game, there’s no way to listen to already-aired JJJ podcasts in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2. It is also not possible to reheard previously released Danikast episodes in the game.

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How to Turn The Podcasts Off in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2

Even if I highly recommend keeping both podcasts in the game in order to get the complete experience as well as a few laughs and —in the case of Danikast— learn some great and wholesome facts regarding New York and its people, you can turn off both podcasts in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 by first either pausing the game or entering the main menu.

After doing so, head to Settings before going to Audio and then scrolling down to Podcasts, where you will be able to turn off either one of them or both the JJJ Podcast and the Danikast.

While at Settings, I highly recommend that you also take a look at the game’s Gameplay Settings, where you will be able to fine-tune your experience by turning on fall damage as well as selecting how much you wish the game to assist you during your web swings.

This guide was made while playing Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 on PS5.

- This article was updated on October 23rd, 2023

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Franklin is a writer and journalist. A video game fanatic with more than 3 years of experience, his work can also be seen on sites such as The Click, Games Atlas, and Try Hard Guides. When not writing, he is most likely making his wallet cry while playing Gacha Games or ending the reign of the Crystals in Final Fantasy XVI.