Marvel’s Spider-Man is a success even before it launched. I bought my copy, finished it, and thought it was a great first step in making Spider-Man games again. I even agree with most of the points in the many Amazing reviews of Insomniac’s latest. Some things do need work (which I’ll bring up later), but it’s a decent jaunt into comic book action gaming territory and is on-par with the Batman Arkham quadrology.
If you’re going into Shadow Of The Tomb Raider thinking that it’s going to break & heighten your standards to a transcendent level, you’d be sorely mistaken. But at the very least, you’ll find a much-improved and refined action adventure game that stays true to the graverobbing and spelunking spirit from the past two Tomb Raider games.
I managed to play a lot of Marvel’s Spider-Man over the past few days. Long story short: you Spider-Man fans are going to enjoy it. But instead of doing a conventional review (because everyone’s giving in 8s and 9s), how about I bring up my 8 favourite Spider Suits -in no particular order- in the game that you can unlock?
Why 8? Because spiders have 8 legs. Sounds rad? Let’s web swing!
Disclaimer: this post is spoiler-free. Unless you think Spider Suits are spoiler material, then I can’t help you out.
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