Well, that felt a little bit odd, didn't it? At its E3 2018 press conference, Sony showed off a thrilling new look at the upcoming open-world superhero adventure featuring an all-star brawl with some of Spidey's greatest foes. Let's just make the best Spider-Man game. Great in concept, and with space for third party announcements between, it's hard to say that Sony managed to pull it off.
This is one of Sony's biggest PlayStation 4 games for the rest of the year. It's clear to see that Ghost of Tsushima is really nailing a distinct and cinematic aesthetic, instantly evoking romanticised imagery from classic samurai movies. The Last of Us Part II's lengthy demo was exceptional, blending an exquisitely rendered cutscene that showed a moment of beauty in Ellie's life with a desperate, soul destroying fight for survival that takes the first game's brutality and dials it up several notches. But this game feels more proactive.
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The game will feature PvP so don't worry about not being able to kill other people if that's what you're into. With a huge world filled with quests and stories to discover, and wonderful detail to simply walk around in.
The game definitely screams Sucker Punch with its smooth, seamless gameplay. We'll find out when Spider-Man hits PS4 on September 7. That being said, they still look very intriguing. And it ends on a cliffhanger, teasing a secret character reveal. The sixth villain is also likely the person who organized the escape from the Raft and bankrolled the various villains' new super suits, as numerous references are made to an outside benefactor with eyes on trapping Spider-Man in the Raft with his worst enemies. Many of these are villains that this version of Spider-Man had put in prison during the eight years he's been active, further emphasizing that this is a highly experienced web-slinger.