November 19 2017

Spider-Man shown off at E3 2017, won't be coming until 2018

November 19 2017, 06:56 | Jodi Jackson

Spider-Man shown off at E3 2017, won't be coming until 2018


After witnessing some signature Peter Parker quips, we immediately get a look at some neat stealth gameplay - Spidey can sneak up on enemies from behind, web them to high-up poles, and set explosive web traps in case he gets spotted and needs to run away. The trailer, shown above, shows a new course located near Dubai, and it seems to feature the sand drifts found on the real roads. Watch the trailer to see how Spider-Man saves the day in a mix of QTE and real-time gameplay.

And while Sony started to sell its PS VR headset as an accessory to the PlayStation 4 past year, Microsoft kept mum on VR Sunday.

"It took Sony 188 days to go from an install base of 50m to 60m".

It also available on the official PlayStation Twitch channel and YouTube. It has 85 built-in games, such as "Mortal Kombat", but includes a cartridge port that works with most original Sega Genesis and Mega Drive original cartridges. The DLC takes protagonist Aloy to a new snowy wilderness. Last night we got to see what #Microsoft's #Xbox has in store for us.

Monster Hunter is Coming To Consoles And PC.

. They even announced a remaster of Shadow of the Colossus being done by Bluepoint games.

Existing Xbox One accessories will be compatible with the new console.

Excited about the new Marvel vs. Capcom game? If there's one thing everyone working on the game has learned after reading, watching and playing everything Spidey, his best stories focus on the sparks that fly when his civilian and costumed worlds collide.

Our first look at the multiplayer in Call of Duty: WWII looks familiar, but exciting.

PSVR also had its own small section and Elder Scrolls: Skyrim VR holds considerable promise.

Star Child looks to be a futuristic side-scrolling platformer than your play in VR. Uncharted: Lost Legacy and Horizon: Zero Dawn's "The Frozen Wilds" were also highlighted, though it's hard to get too excited about DLC expansions, and the Shadow of the Colossus remake/remaster is good news if nothing jaw-dropping. The One X is also 31% faster than Xbox One and offers 4.6x more graphics performance.

At first, I thought this was a Redwall game, but it turns out it's another mouse with a sword.

All told, this looks like the most faithful Spider-Man game yet - even moreso than the brilliant Spider-Man 2 on the PS2 - although some more wise-cracks would be nice.

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