Today on Highlight Reel we’ve got spider-selfies, flying swine, Battlefield moments, and much more!
Spider-Man is chock full of collectibles. You’re meant to grab tokens from fighting crime and clearing out bases to upgrade and build new suits for Peter Parker. My favorite collectible, though, is the mementos you find in Peter Parker’s backpacks around the city. These backpacks aren’t hard to find; they’re not…
Today on Highlight Reel we have even more Spider-Man, Tomb Raider eels, Black Ops 4 moments, and much more!
Swinging around in the new Spider-Man is so much fun, it’ll make you look past the Ubisoft-style collect-a-thon. We discuss that and much more on this week’s Kotaku Splitscreen.
Insomniac’s Spider-Man for the PS4 is out, it’s good and it looks good.
Spider-Man has done the unthinkable and turned me into a completionist. I hate busy work and repetition, and I’ve never 100%’ed a game in my life, but Spider-Man’s various idiosyncratic collectibles changed all of that.
Spider-Man has taken on his share of street thugs and supervillains, sometimes teaming up with the police to face down foes and rescue the people of New York. While Spider-Man on PS4 undoubtedly shows Spidey’s allegiance to his community, it also casts him as a big fan of police and their tactics that sometimes…
When you live in a giant city like New York, you stop noticing certain things. Spider-Man for the PS4 lets you swing 80 stories above the city, but it still takes time to indulge in little details that remind me of the life that happens all around that I usually tune out. One of my favorite details is the ability to…
Today on Highlight Reel we have a whole lot of Spider-Man, For Honor duels, Yakuza glitches, and much more!
In the PS4’s very good new Spider-Man game, Peter Parker spends a lot of time web-swinging through Manhattan in pursuit of truth, justice, and collectables. As he flings himself about, he frequently gets calls from friends on his radio, and he responds differently depending on whether or not he’s exerting himself.
A Spider-Man fan who asked to have a marriage proposal put into the new Spider-Man video game got his wish, but things fell apart for the couple and it may now be removed from the game.
Now that Spider-Man is out, there are a ton of really cool nods to fellow characters within the Marvel universe that also call New York City home. I swung around the city and captured ten of my favorites to give newcomers a little tour of the city. There are no story spoilers in this video, but if you don’t want to…
Spider-Man is finally out, as is its day-one patch which adds in a spectacular photo mode. It’s worth taking a second (or maybe several hours) to mess around with, thanks to a number of special bells and whistles that play perfectly into the game’s comic-book roots.
You might have heard there’s a new Spider-Man game out today. You might have also heard it’s very good. For those who have decided to try out this little old game for themselves, I have some guidance to offer.
Insomniac Games’ new Spider-Man adventure on the PS4 is a fun comic book brawler with some good story beats elevated by a system of acrobatics that features some of the most intuitive and exhilarating movement I’ve ever experienced in a game. It’s extremely fun, if you’re okay with a version of New York City that is…
Today on Highlight Reel we have Spider-Man car chases, Yakuza Kiwami 2 dunks, Battlefield V Beta glitches and much more!
Spider-Man for the PlayStation 4 is a game worth playing, even for someone only vaguely familiar with the popular comic series and its six movie tie-ins. If that’s you, here’s a handy little guide to the characters you need to know to get the most out of Insomniac’s web-slinging adventure.
One of my favorite things about Spider-Man isn’t the scope or the scale—it’s a little musical touch that I’ll bet took a lot of time to get right.
We’re playing Spider-Man live on Twitch. Join me and Ethan as we swing through New York City. Join us in chat!
Many Spider-Man games have done a great job making you feel like everybody’s favorite webslinger, but Insomniac’s latest game takes it even further by encouraging you to think like him, too.