I've been rather critical of Sony's E3 pressers over the last few years, leaning far too heavily, I feel, on speculative, long term game announcements.
While a Sinister Six movie may or may not be happening (most likely not), at least they'll have the Spider-Man video game.
We know that Sony plans to show more from "The Last of Us Part 2", "Ghost of Tsushima", "Death Stranding" and "Marvel's Spider-Man". Ultimate Spider-Man didn't play a big role in Spider-Verse, the precursor to Spidergeddon, so maybe this will be where he makes his big comeback. My one gripe with the combat is that it nearly felt too frenetic at times - there were moments where Spidey felt too slippery for my liking, and also instances when the game's camera seemed to have a mind of its own. We got to swing through New York City, explore the wall-crawler's acrobatic combat and take on one of his mainstay villains, the Shocker. While the earlier demo seen during the conference was focused on welcoming Spider-Man's iconic villains into the fold, the gameplay demo gave a better impression of how the game will function moment to moment.
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That proved to be the final piece of goal-mouth action in the half as England ended their World Cup preparations on a high. But I know the fanbase is there and I am really looking forward to playing here.
New details on Spider-Man's Miles Morales were revealed in a print copy of the Daily Bugle that's being given out at PlayStation's E3 booth.
Marvel's Spider-Man will hit game shelves on September 7, 2018. It says a lot that the combat left us wanting to experience more of it, even though these were basic enemy encounters.
Ghost of Tsushima is the newest of the four games, and having only just been announced at Paris Games Week previous year with a brief teaser, it was intriguing to see what this game was actually all about. Let's get to speculating.