Marvel’s Spider-Man E3 2018 Gameplay Showcases Rhino, Vulture, Scorpion and Electro

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The new footage demonstrates a prison riot in the legendary Marvel prison The Raft, along with a who's who of Spider-Man's rogues gallery, including Electro, Scorpion, Vulture, Mr Negative and Rhino.

For the last two years, Sony has used E3 as a showcase for its upcoming PlayStation 4-exclusive Spider-Man title from Insomniac Games.

Sony took most of its time hyping games that have already been announced, in a unusual stage show that brought attendees from one themed room to another.

Spider-Man is awesome - at least based on what I played. The game was first announced in 2016, and we've been patiently waiting for it ever since. My one gripe with the combat is that it nearly felt too frenetic at times - there were moments where Spidey felt too slippery for my liking, and also instances when the game's camera seemed to have a mind of its own.

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None of these games were given release dates, they weren't even given release years, and only the fourth game of the bunch, Spider-Man, is in the final stages of development.

The demo opened by dropping us into New York City and offering a chance to get accustomed to the controls.

Instead, almost every Spidey game after that 2004 release is garbage. And this Christmas, we are also getting the absolutely amazing-looking Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse animated movie, which will bring Miles Morales to the big screen for the first time.

And now Spider-Man for PlayStation 4 is coming, and it has exposed that gap in quality games in this franchise for the crime it is. Because of this, many of us can't wait for it to come out. But this game feels more proactive. We're not sure, but hey - anything is possible, right?