writes in with his thoughts on Mar­vel’s Spi­der-Man

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Right from the get go you can tell that what you’re about to play is some­thing spe­cial. It’s an im­mense start to one hell of a block­buster ex­pe­ri­ence!

The web-swing­ing uses more or less the same sys­tem as in Spi­der-Man 2 on the PS2, and com­bat is de­cent, but photo mode is a blast! The en­vi­ron­ment is lovely, so re­al­is­tic and chock-a-block with side quests, col­lecta­bles, tow­ers, bases and photo ops. Voice act­ing is su­perb, and the score com­ple­ments the game well – when div­ing from build­ings or swing­ing around it makes you feel like a su­per­hero!

The story is some­thing we have not got­ten be­fore, with iconic char­ac­ters, but not ex­actly the way we know them from other me­dia sources.

Spi­der-Man is back, and in force, in one of PlayS­ta­tion 4’s great­est ex­clu­sives. Thank you Mar­vel, Sony, and In­som­niac for bring­ing us the best Spi­der-man game to date!

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