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Marvel's Spider-Man - Standard Edition (Imported Version)
- Be Spider-Man – An experienced Spider-Man with several years of crime fighting under his belt, Peter Parker has sheer mastery of his powerful spider-sense, dynamic skills, acrobatic abilities, and new suit.
- Original Story – An all-new Spider-Man universe featuring familiar characters in unfamiliar roles. Peter Parker deals with his complex dual life as a young adult with great powers, discovering how his many relationships evolve.
- Blockbuster Action in an Open World - Swing freely through Marvel's New York City as Spider-Man via cinematic set-pieces filled with a rich narrative and relatable characters.
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A new and authentic Spider-Man adventure
Marvel and Insomniac Games have teamed up to create a brand-new and authentic Spider-Man story. This isn’t the Spider-Man you’ve met before, or seen in a movie. This is an experienced Peter Parker who’s more masterful at fighting big crime in New York City. At the same time he’s struggling to balance his chaotic personal life and career while the fate of nine million New Yorkers rests upon his shoulders.
Starring one of the world’s most iconic Super Heroes, Marvel's Spider-Man features the acrobatic abilities, improvisation and web-slinging that the wall-crawler is famous for, while also introducing elements never-before-seen in a Spider-Man game.
From traversing by parkour and unique environmental interactions, to new combat and blockbuster action, it’s Spider-Man unlike any you’ve played before.
After eight years behind the mask, Peter Parker is a crime-fighting expert. Feel the full power of a more experienced Spider-Man with improvisational combat, dynamic acrobatics, fluid urban traversal, and environmental interactions. A rookie no longer, this is the most masterful Spider-Man you’ve ever played!
Experience an original story
The worlds of Peter Parker and Spider-Man collide in an original, action-packed tale. In this new Spider-Man universe, iconic characters from Peter and Spider-Man’s lives have been re-imagined, placing familiar characters in unique roles.
Marvel’s New York
The Big Apple comes to life as Insomniac’s most expansive and interactive world yet. Swing through vibrant neighbourhoods and catch breathtaking views of iconic Marvel and Manhattan landmarks. Use the environment to defeat villains with epic take-downs in true blockbuster action.
Features & details Marvel's spider-man features the acrobatic abilities, improvisation and web-slinging that the wall-crawler is famous for, while also introducing elements never-before-seen in a spider-man game From traversing with parkour and unique environmental interactions, to new combat and blockbuster action, it's spider-man unlike any you've played before Sony interactive entertainment, insomniac games, and Marvel have teamed up to create a brand-new and Authentic spider-man adventure Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) Content Description: Blood, drug reference, language, violence
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I loved being able to take control of everyone's favourite web head and explore Manhattan.
When you insert the disk, you can expect a 50GB update so be prepared to wait a little time to play.
The menu screen is simple and easy to use, nothing too exiting on it.
The web swinging mechanics are the best I've seen in a Spider-Man game to date. It is accurate not letting you attach to thin air and requiring you to have a surface to attach to.
The fighting in the game is decent, but can be very much button mashing exercise. be prepared to press the square button a lot should you get into a fight with many enemies. everything is down to timing tho, as you will press the circle button to evade incoming attacks. some enemies in the game might require a more tactical approach as based on their stature or weapon they can block, or are immune to, certain attacks. the only other variety of enemies are bosses, which you may recognise from films, other games and comics.
The main story for the game is enjoyable, but just as it feels as its coming together it comes to an end. I feel the build up to some of the enemy's was disappointing. Such as Vulture, I fought with him no more than 3 times in the whole game. feels like a missed opportunity.
During the story there are opportunities to play as Miles Morales (as a regular person, although hints at him becoming Spider-Man in either a Sequel or a piece of Downloadable Content) and Mary Jane Watson.
The side missions in the game are very repetitive, with crime prevention and base shut down against 4 different factions. Research stations have some variety, but there is definitely an underlying feeling of copy paste mission types.
There are 27 different suits to unlock in the game (1 of which is for 100% completion)
There are 8 different Gadgets, mostly revolving around web abilities. These can all be upgraded to improved versions.
There are 3 major skill areas; Innovator (12 skills), Defender (11 skills) & Webslinger (11 skills)
I would estimate around 15 - 20 hours of playtime in this game, although the story could probably be done in under 10 hours.
Id recommend the game, but not sure if its worth the asking price. just feels like its lacking some content.
This is a great game, but maybe not without its little flaws. Although Spider-Man for PS4 does get a lot right: swinging, combat, story, Spidey's personality, etc. there are a few things I found a bit annoying. As an example, the Sinister Six team-up is teased but really only incorporated into maybe 5% of the game - the majority of the story focuses on Mr. Negative, a relatively new character to Spider-Man's rogues gallery. That's not necessarily a bad thing, but it does feel like there was an opportunity here that was perhaps wasted. The story itself is also fairly predictable, even though it's held together with some really great performances throughout.
There are a lot of busy work tasks to complete like collecting backpacks, landmark tokens, research tokens, pigeons (yes, really) that, while not bad, never feels particularly interesting, either. I also found myself surprised at just how much aerial combat there was, particularly late in the game, when the combat system frankly doesn't support it very well. The last few fights are more annoying than challenging, particularly the final boss, who feels cheap and unwieldy.
There are also occasional stealth segments where you play as someone other than Spider-Man and must sneak past armed enemies. These are usually pretty short and decently-constructed, but every time one popped up I wanted to rush through so I could get back to being Spider-Man already.
Overall I definitely enjoyed my time with it, the photo mode is great, it looks and feels fantastic, I love the optional suits and just how satisfying it is to see them in motion, but it's definitely not without some flaws.
Nevertheless I would recommend this game to others and particularly if you want to get your kids off Fortnite!
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The story itself is great, graphics of course are lovely as well.
The game throws you into the action as soon as you start it.
It’s based on gaining experience and spending points on skills.
You have a bunch of suits to unlock all of which require different tokens.
Challenge: you get from bomb cases dotted around the city.
Science: are from oscorp station on rooftops.
Crime: like other Spider-Man games crimes take place randomly, complete them and you get a token.
Backpack: well that explains it really, find backpacks...
Landmarks: you find landmark locations and take a picture of them.
In total you have 27 suits 2 of which you get by completing certain things on the map.
There is a lot to do and I did find myself roaming around just finding different things from the marvel movies.
At the end credits there is a cut scene that you sorta knew was coming but if you skip the rest of the credits you are left with a bit of a story hanger! Which may suggest another game? Not sure but if it is anything like this one I’ll definitely pick it up.
Recommend this to anyone that is a marvel fan or enjoys the batman games as it is slightly similar to them.
Instead of following any particular Spider-man movie or media version, Insomniac Games have gone with a generic version which works in their favour, not being bogged down by having to fit in with previous storylines and able to feature a huge swath of characters from villains to old friends and some who have yet to become either.
The game sees Peter Parker working for Doctor Octavius after having quit the Bugle but is finding it tough paying rent and saving the city at the same time. His ex-flame Mary Jane Watson is on hand for advice and support, as is Aunt May, now working in a homeless shelter while Norman Osborne runs the city as mayor.
After an early run in with Kingpin, serving as a subtle tutorial, leads to his arrest and the breakdown of his gangs, another mysterious group take to the streets, causing problems for Spidey and his friends. Unravelling the mystery of this group will lead to a few big surprises and some even bigger troubles. It's a well written story which will have you intrigued until the end, even setting things up for the possibility of DLC based add-ons without you feeling short changed.
The biggest feature this new Spider-man has in its favour is the web swinging. Making your way through the city is a wondrous thing, far more than any Spider-man game before it (yes, that includes Spider-man 2). The developers have managed to create simple but nuanced system for allowing you to swing around, leap and climb with ease. It flows nicely into combat, too, as you come across street gangs and go straight from swinging to webbing up an enemy and hitting them at full force in one seamless action.
Combat feels like a more refined version of the Batman Arkham games, a compliment indeed, with web based moves and close quarters combat seamlessly mixed with stealth attacks. The camera does a good job of keeping up for the most part, though occasional hiccups are expected in a game where you're just as likely to spend half your time upside down or clinging to a wall.
The wealth of side-quests is so good that it's often distracting from completing the main story as you come across another rucksack, drugs deal or bomb chase while swinging towards your goal. Yes, there are also towers, this time in the form of police radios, but the city is pretty much unlocked from the start and they just provide more detail on the side quests available in each region when you find and fix them.
With some great visuals, many of which have already found their way online thanks to the photo mode and Playstation sharing, excellent web-swinging and a great story, there's only one word to describe Spider-man: Amazing.