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- Miles Morales discovers explosive powers that set him apart from his mentor, Peter Parker. Master his unique, bio-electric Venom blast attacks and covert camouflage power alongside spectacular web-slinging Acrobatics, gadgets and skills.
- a fierce war for control of Marvel's new York has broken out between a devious energy Corporation and a high-tech criminal army. With his new home at the heart of the battle, miles learns the cost of becoming a hero as he decides what he's willing to sacrifice for the greater good
- Rated : Ages 16 and Over
- Product Dimensions : 17 x 1.2 x 12 cm; 80 Grams
- Release date : 12 Nov. 2020
- ASIN : B08KSN7GF4
- Item model number : 9818724
- Country of origin : Austria
- Best Sellers Rank: 183 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)
- 5 in PlayStation 4 Games
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In the latest adventure in the Marvel's Spider-Man universe, teenager miles Morales is adjusting to his new home while following in the footsteps of his mentor, Peter Parker, as a new Spider-Man. But when a fierce power struggle threatens to destroy his new home, The aspiring hero realizes that with great power, there must also come great responsibility. To save all of Marvel's new York, miles must take up the mantle of Spider-Man and own it.
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Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales (PS4)
In the latest adventure in the Marvel’s Spider-Man universe, teenager Miles Morales is adjusting to his new home while following in the footsteps of his mentor, Peter Parker, as a new Spider-Man. But when a fierce power struggle threatens to destroy his new home, the aspiring hero realizes that with great power, there must also come great responsibility. To save all of Marvel’s New York, Miles must take up the mantle of Spider-Man and own it.
The rise of Miles Morales
Miles Morales discovers explosive powers that set him apart from his mentor, Peter Parker. Master his unique, bio-electric venom blast attacks and covert camouflage power alongside spectacular web-slinging acrobatics, gadgets and skills.
A war for power
A war for control of Marvel’s New York has broken out between a devious energy corporation and a high-tech criminal army. With his new home at the heart of the battle, Miles must learn the cost of becoming a hero and decide what he must sacrifice for the greater good.
A vibrant new home
Traverse the snowy streets of his new, vibrant and bustling neighborhood as Miles searches for a sense of belonging. When the lines blur between his personal and crime-fighting lives, he discovers who he can trust, and what it feels like to truly be home.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 15 November 2020
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Insomniac’s mini-sequel/spin-off to the excellent 2018 Spider-Man. In Spider-Man: Miles Morales you play as the titular hero learning the ropes and responsibilities of being Spider-Man and having to take on a new villain known as the Tinkerer.
With the PS5 not releasing until later this week (19th November) and it being near impossible to get a preorder of one, getting the PS4 version day one was always going to be the option, and when I do eventually enter the next generation this game comes with a free upgrade as well.
Graphically the game is still phenomenal and builds upon the already excellent previous game. The snowy winter time setting, the golden lighting of the sun and Miles’ new dynamic electricity fuelled combat animations all stand out and its clear that Insomniac are teetering on the next generation technology even for the PS4 version.
Gameplay takes the familiar elements from the previous game in terms of stealth, combat and swinging. The latter feeling even more acrobatic and natural, with Miles’ aerobic and charismatic animations as he grows in confidence and taking more risks in the role. In addition to the regular combat fisticuffs, Miles also has bonus ‘Venom’ (not the character your thinking of) powers that can be charged up and cause electrical devastation.
The story is substantially shorter than its predecessor. I beat the main story in around 8 hours (possibly less) and cleared up all the side activities in another 3-4 hours, so really there is a solid amount of content here for a spin off. The story is engaging and has some excellent blockbuster sequences. The personal and family focused edge shines through, as well as Miles having to gain New York’s trust and respect. Aside from the very generic villain Simon Krieger, the other antagonists (Rhino, Tinkerer & Prowler) all are well implemented and have fun boss fights.
As for negatives, the game can be a little choppy at times in terms of frame rate and a lot of the side missions are the usual and repetitive busy work for the minor crimes and hidden caches. However a couple do standout due to the personal investment, such as the sound matching Prowler side story, the Spider-Man training sims and the surprisingly emotional scavenger hunt left by Miles’ father.
Spider-Man: Miles Morales is a great way to swing into the next generation (even on PS4). Bringing back everything great about the last game in terms of its gameplay, as well as adding and improving on it in some areas. The story whilst shorter is a blast to play through and the game looks fantastic and truly jaw dropping at times. Aside from some repetitive side missions, this is a near perfect smaller side title, that I can’t wait to see what’s next.
By Josh on 15 November 2020
I liked the story, Miles is likeable and the story is quite emotional.
The open world is lovely with its snow topped buildings and snowfall.
Miles has some great moves and his acrobatic web swinging is great fun. But moving round the city, there is a deja vu feeling of having been here before.
Which makes me feel at times this could have been dlc for Spider-Man.
Performance wise it has super slick movements, great frame rate and awesome graphics. You are missing nothing getting this for PS4 instead of 5.
But it gets tiresome fast. The idea of playing the whole game again for a trophy left me shaking my head. No chance. And the collecting postcards, gear etc is getting dated.
Plenty of suits to unlock which is cool.
Overall, it felt like a journey I’ve already done
This is shorter than the original game, same area and more or less the same game play and with some tweaks and added charms.
I’m drawn to Miles because he’s an amateur and he knows it, but he has heart.
This game in my opinion is just a fun but short ride. The voice actor whom plays Miles has so much character and charm.
I also love seeing NYC in the winter (Not enough games have snow, am I right?)
The buttons are slightly different from the first game, so old habits die hard as I found out.
But it’s beautiful to play a Spider-Man that is not established with such likeable characters.
The web slinging feels more... Smooth? I feel like I can glide, so stunts and do it more fluidly than the last game.
Theres the usual upgrades on gadgets and suits etc.
I like Miles, he’s such a fan guy to play and the character does not take himself too seriously and it plays very well.
The graphics even on a PS4 look more crisp than the original.
It is a whole heartedly brilliant but short game (10-11 hour complete depending on your lifestyle)
I’m not spoiling any story, so don’t worry.
But I would probably wait for it to hit the under forty or even thirty pound mark if you’re tight on cash.
As I said, it’s a great game, but it’s short and expensive if you’re on a budget of any kind.
I’m also not to keen on Peter Parker’s new face. His new Face would have been fine if I saw it first, but he looks twelve...
But his brilliant voice is still around so that’s a plus (Please do not bully\harass insomniac over this though, it’s been done and it’s awful)
All in all, a great game.
It’s too short and I wanted more.
I hope to see more of Miles Morales in the future.
In fact I just hope I see more Spider-Man games in the future.
I have none other than price and length.
If you’re on a budget, just be patient. If not, go for it.