Speculation that Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, rumoured to be launching at the end of the year, will feature some sort of co-op mode has been swirling since it was first revealed. The fact that it would star both Peter Parker and Miles Morales swinging around instantly got people thinking, and then some Internet sleuths found files in the PC version of Marvel’s Spider-Man that referenced co-op.
Weekend Whammy: PS5 Console Impressions, & Valhalla Impressions
Okay, so at what point does the next-gen become current-gen? Because, obviously both the new Xbox and new Playstation are out and while you can’t buy them easily they technically are the current-gen now, aren’t they? And the PS4 and the Xbox One are last-gen, surely? And yet…I still find myself using the term “next-gen” when talking about the PS5 and Series X/S. And lots of articles on the web still use the term as well. So that’s my question of the week folks: is it current-gen or next-gen? What are we living in!? I’M SO CONFUSED!
Spider-Man: Miles Morales Review – PS5’s Killer App?
Before getting into the review proper, it’s probably worth establishing exactly what Spider-Man: Miles Morales is, aside from obviously being a video game about a Spider-Man. Even Sony and Insomniac didn’t seem to know exactly what this was when they revealed it, leaving loads of people trying to determine if it was going to be a sequel, a spin-off or an expansion pack. Officially they’ve called it a standalone game, I’d say it’s a standalone-expansion. It acts as a sequel in that it does follow on from the events of 2018’s Marvel’s Spider-Man, but it’s a much smaller experience that focuses on Miles Morales’ journey as he figures out not just how to be Spider-Man, but also how to be his own Spider-Man and not a copy of the original. Arguably, it could have been launched as a chunky add-on for 2018’s Marvel’s Spider-Man. But in the end, I’m glad Miles Morales got his own game, and I’m glad we got a hell of a PS5 launch title out of it.
Weekend Whammy: Insomniac Recast Spider-Man, But Why?
Today, my fellow squishy beings, is my birthday. Therefore I will be requiring you all to worship my divine brilliance for at least five minutes before you read the rest of this week’s Weekend Whammy. Start worshipping. Done? Alright, we can get on with this, then. Joking aside, as always I hope you’re all keeping well, staying safe and getting to play loads of games. On this Weekend Whammy I’m going to tackling Insomniac’s announcement that they’ve recast Spider-Man. I’ll also be talking about what I’m playing and planning on review. So let’s do this!
Weekend Whammy: Let’s Talk PS5 & Microsoft’s New Acquisition
Welcome back to the Weekend Whammy! As always and forever, I’m the idiot running this little Internet asylum and the Weekend Whammy is where I chat about…er, anything, really. But this week it’s very much gaming related stuff because loads of exciting things have happened. So lets jump into it, shall we?
Weekend Whammy: Control & No More Spider-Man In The MCU
Hello my little wolfpack of awesome, how are you all doing? Another week has gone blasting past like it stole a jet, snorted some cocaine and decided to head for the Bahamas. That means it’s time for another Weekend Whammy, so let’s get right into chatting about why Control is worth keeping an eye on and WHAT THE HELL SONY AND MARVEL!?
Marvel’s Spider-Man Review – Spectacular
In the opening minutes of Marvel’s Spider-Man developer Insomniac nails the titular Webslinger perfectly twice; the first is when Peter Parker has to choose between trying to pay his rent or face eviction or to be Spider-Man and help fight an active crime. It’s the quintessential Peter Parker moment, the kind that has defined the character over the years. Peter Parker might be a genius and a superhero, but he’s always struggled to pay his rent and keep his lifted sorted. The second moment is when he goes diving out of his window in the classic costume and you get to experience the superb sensation of swinging around a beautiful virtual rendition of New York for the first time.
The Amazing Spider-man Review
Release Date: Out Now! Platforms: Playstation 3, DS, 3DS, Android, Wii, PC, IOS, Xbox 360 (Reviewed) Developer: Beenox Publisher: Activision Singleplayer: Yes Multiplayer: No PEGI: 12+ Thanks to Activision for providing a copy of this game for review. Remember how back in 2009 a little studio called Rocksteady decided to make a super hero game?…
VGA 2011: The Amazing Spider-Man Announced
The announcement of a HD remake of Tony Hawk: Pro Skater was made, to complete amazement, with the complete absence of the Bird-man himself, yet it turned out that he wasn’t actually absent from the awards as he strolled out onto stage to announce….a Spider-Man game? What!? Strange decisions from Activision aside, as a Spider-Man…
Spider-Man: Edge of Time – Review
Release Date: Out Now! Developer: Beenox Publisher: Activision Singleplayer: Yes Splitscreen: No Multiplayer: No PEGI: 12+ Thanks to Activision for providing a copy of this game for review. Even as a massive fan of Spider-Man I can’t but help question the logic behind releasing Beenox’s second attempt a Spidey title just one week before the goliath that…