New Spider-Man Footage Shows All-Star Villain Brawl

SONYThe PS4 currently does not offer backwards compatibility- something the PS3 had

SONYThe PS4 currently does not offer backwards compatibility- something the PS3 had

Insomniac Games debuted over seven minutes of new Marvel's Spider-Man gameplay footage (embedded below, watch on a 4K display if you can) during Sony's E3 2018 conference.

Check out all the trailers below, and sound off in the comments about which game you're most excited to play.

Sony held its E3 2018 presentation last night and showed off a whole mess of trailers. It was a good way for Sony to end the show, with something tangible, something bombastic, something that's brighter, breezier and coming out in just a few months time. While it's unlikely that we'll see a PS4 price cut, we should see a host of games that will be out soon and others that will release in the years to come. Spoiler alert: it kind of looks like Arkham, but we're okay with that. This new trailer also included plenty of cinematic moments, and revealed two more actors in Death Stranding's star-studded cast: Lea Seydoux and Lindsay Wagner.

Sucker Punch creative director Nate Fox said: "In this game, we let you explore what it is to be a samurai inside of this enormous landscape of medieval Japan". 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. Whoever they are, they've clearly got access to money and technology which narrows it down to several classic Spider-Man villains, some of which have already been subtly revealed in early trailers. Many of these are villains that this version of Spider-Man had put in prison during the eight years he's been active, further emphasizing that this is a highly experienced web-slinger.

- A new game called "Control" looks like it gives you super powers - and it's made by the same studio behind "Max Payne" and "Quantum Break", so expect lots of beautiful-looking, heart-pounding action.

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