Last of Us II will probably emphasize on stealth-styled gameplay, and going by what we have seen with the previous game, this will definitely offer a lot more.
When the freaky (but entertaining) PlayStation media briefing ended the night before the opening of the Electronic Entertainment Expo trade show in Los Angeles, Sony Interactive Entertainment ushered us out into a Spider-Man-themed after party.
Spider-Man is having quite a busy year.
Looking a bit like the premise behind Batman's breakout game, Arkham Asylum, the trailer begins with Electro breaking out all the prisoners from the supermax prison The Raft. Faced with overwhelming odds and higher stakes, Spider-Man must rise up and be greater. The Sinister Six, to be exact. Those four join Mister Negative as five villains in our game cooperating with the mysterious sixth villain that Spider-Man sees just before the end of the gameplay video. This is an all-new Spider-Man universe, featuring familiar characters in unfamiliar roles. The spidey-sense symbol warns the player of an incoming attack, but the best response is to change up the pace of combat rather than simply press a button.More news: Jennifer Lawrence is reportedly dating a NY art gallery director
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Spider-Man is out September 7th.
Of course, there is a web zip ability as well, which will let Spider-Man pull himself forward and then launch into the air. This is an experienced Peter Parker who's more masterful at fighting big crime in New York City.
Based on the footage that was shown, we feel that the game's combat is going to be paced similar to what we've seen in games like God of War, but the boss battle nearly resembled more of a fighting game.
Calling a first-party PlayStation game gorgeous is pretty much redundant at this point, but Spider-Man really is a looker.