Non-issue for me personally. I will refer to these things on the screen however I want.
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They should of opened with co-op gameplay. This has up to 4 players co-op and they’ve only showed single player so far. From what it sounds like they are trying to make this like destiny and anthem. They might be able to carve out an audience from that type of crowd considering you’ll be using the popular Avengers characters rather than a blank protagonist. It will mainly depend on seeing the finished fleshed out gameplay.
I like the music but yeah it doesn’t capture my attention. Animations also seem to cover too much of the screen. I played the double dragon reboot and that was pretty good. But I’ll checkout streets of rage, that looks to be shaping up pretty nicely.
There already was a trailer that showed some more intense sections of the game so I’m looking forward to Tokyo game show when they hopefully show some more details of that. I think the baby concept is interesting. Could be adding a layer of mechanics to stealth or rather a plot point as to why you should use stealth at all.
I think it’s all pretty cool but I’m the type of person that likes to see if I can master someone else’s rules rather than playing by my own if that makes any sense.
First I’ve heard of this game. Looks interesting but the environments are boring. Still a good chance I’ll pick it up.
Do the x-men legend games count? I’d put this spider-man just below the Batman Arkham games. Playing this spider-man game just made me wish I was playing a Batman Arkham game. The web slinging though, A+.
Preordered collector’s edition for PS4. Hopefully my buddy is able to get the game in time as well. Last good co-op game we played was nioh.
Millions and millions of people play some really violent games. I believe that what you watch or entertain yourself with will affect you whether you want it to or not. How things affect someone differs from person to person. How people react to violence in video games depends on what they have been taught in regards to violence.
I would describe viewing violence similar to your body eating junk food. You know it’s bad for you but because it doesn’t have an immediate lethal effect on you you eat it anyways cause it satisfies you and you can mitigate the effects by exercising and taking in healthy foods a majority of the time. Now imagine someone eating junk food everyday and not exercising. Just a matter of time till lethal health problems arise.
I can toss some blame over to the junk food but really it’s the fault of the person eating it.
Looking forward to this game. Played the first one many times. I like when there is a balance of action and story segments. You can’t drop me into a game like breath of the wild or Minecraft and expect me to stick with it for long. Without a goal or reason for me to do something I won’t do it.
Graphics look better here or maybe it’s just more fuzzy so I can’t tell how the graphics are. This looks to definitely be a more mainstream game. It could still be a decent game because to me it seems to look a bit like GOW style over the shoulder gameplay and then you had some light Anthem flying/hovering in there. My expectations are low but glad it’s not Batman/Spider-Man combat.