Spider-Man PS4 Gameplay Shown, Still No Release Date

Spider-Man PS4 Gameplay Shown, Still No Release Date

Where were the developers gushing about their projects and allowing us to feed on their excitement and pride?

It looks like the game will follow the same structure as the original, as players attempt to figure out how to defeat giant beasts.

The game was originally planned for a release this year, but this announcement footage confirms that the game won’t be coming until 2018. It’s also managed to secure some exclusive third-party content in blockbuster titles like Destiny 2.

“When you buy “Minecraft“, you’re buying a game that can you can play with friends across devices”, Stone explained. In the meantime, you can check out the trailer above, and some screenshots below!

Oh yeah, and then they shocked us all with Miles freaking Morales at the end of it all!

Sony and Microsoft are competing madly to offer the best gaming consoles, and Sony’s PS4 and PS4 Pro have had the lead in terms of graphical performance, but that may change.

It’s absolutely hilarious because Jim Ryan, the chief financial executive at Sony had said that people didn’t care about backwards compatibility, and yet here they are remaking one of the classic games from the PS2 era. It had five new trailers to show, sure, but none of them were systems sellers.

It’s a diverse lineup aimed at multiple kinds of VR users, from hardcore to casual, and it’s a reassuring sign that virtual reality and the PSVR aren’t just a passing distraction for Sony.

Sony’s the only console manufacturer with a relatively affordable VR headset at the moment.

Without a doubt, the E3 reveal of the Xbox One X was Microsoft’s biggest gambit in an effort to finally even things out with the Sony PlayStation 4. But no one came to the rescue.

Son’y E3 2017 press conference showed off many great games packed into a single hour.

Excited about the new Marvel vs. Capcom game? Of course, as we’ve noted before, Sony is getting to the point now that there’s so much of this movie available on YouTube that it’s questionable whether it’s actually worth going to see the full film, but it’s fun nonetheless.

Blurring the lines between cautious strategy and unbridled mayhem, Superhot VR is the definitive VR FPS in which time moves only when you move.

Too bad Sony didn’t take the time to do that.