Marvel’s Spider-Man PS4 Shows Off New Villains, Gameplay Details

During Sony’s E3 2018 press conference, Insomniac announced some new details on its upcoming Marvel’s Spider-Man game for PlayStation 4.

During the gameplay demo, iconic Spider-Man villains Electro, Rhino, Scorpion, and Vulture appeared during a showdown at the RAFT prison facility.

After taking out a number of released inmates, Spidey dodged appearances from his super-powered enemies and pursued Electro in an intense chase through and around the prison.

It all culminated in a showdown on the roof of RAFT, as Spider-Man fought the four villains and Mr. Negative. Eventually overcome by the combined force, the gameplay demo ended with the tease of another character that was later revealed as a “mysterious sixth villain” on the PlayStation blog. While not confirmed, this could be a nod to the appearance of the Sinister Six in the game, and the mysterious sixth villain seems to be calling the shots.

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Marvel’s Spider-Man PS4 Shows Off New Villains, Gameplay Details

During Sony’s E3 2018 press conference, Insomniac announced some new details on its upcoming Marvel’s Spider-Man game for PlayStation 4.

During the gameplay demo, iconic Spider-Man villains Electro, Rhino, Scorpion, and Vulture appeared during a showdown at the RAFT prison facility.

After taking out a number of released inmates, Spidey dodged appearances from his super-powered enemies and pursued Electro in an intense chase through and around the prison.

It all culminated in a showdown on the roof of RAFT, as Spider-Man fought the four villains and Mr. Negative. Eventually overcome by the combined force, the gameplay demo ended with the tease of another character that was later revealed as a “mysterious sixth villain” on the PlayStation blog. While not confirmed, this could be a nod to the appearance of the Sinister Six in the game, and the mysterious sixth villain seems to be calling the shots.

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Marvel’s Spider-Man PS4 Shows Off New Villains, Gameplay Details

During Sony’s E3 2018 press conference, Insomniac announced some new details on its upcoming Marvel’s Spider-Man game for PlayStation 4.

During the gameplay demo, iconic Spider-Man villains Electro, Rhino, Scorpion, and Vulture appeared during a showdown at the RAFT prison facility.

After taking out a number of released inmates, Spidey dodged appearances from his super-powered enemies and pursued Electro in an intense chase through and around the prison.

It all culminated in a showdown on the roof of RAFT, as Spider-Man fought the four villains and Mr. Negative. Eventually overcome by the combined force, the gameplay demo ended with the tease of another character that was later revealed as a “mysterious sixth villain” on the PlayStation blog. While not confirmed, this could be a nod to the appearance of the Sinister Six in the game, and the mysterious sixth villain seems to be calling the shots.

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Marvel’s Spider-Man PS4 Shows Off New Villains, Gameplay Details

During Sony’s E3 2018 press conference, Insomniac announced some new details on its upcoming Marvel’s Spider-Man game for PlayStation 4.

During the gameplay demo, iconic Spider-Man villains Electro, Rhino, Scorpion, and Vulture appeared during a showdown at the RAFT prison facility.

After taking out a number of released inmates, Spidey dodged appearances from his super-powered enemies and pursued Electro in an intense chase through and around the prison.

It all culminated in a showdown on the roof of RAFT, as Spider-Man fought the four villains and Mr. Negative. Eventually overcome by the combined force, the gameplay demo ended with the tease of another character that was later revealed as a “mysterious sixth villain” on the PlayStation blog. While not confirmed, this could be a nod to the appearance of the Sinister Six in the game, and the mysterious sixth villain seems to be calling the shots.

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New Death Stranding Trailer Shows Gameplay, Reveals Two New Cast Members

Lea Seydoux and Lindsay Wagner are part of the Death Stranding cast, a new gameplay trailer revealed at Sony’s E3 2018 press conference.

The trailer began with a tease from the throat baby then transitioned into a conversation between Norman Reedus’ character, Sam, and an unnamed woman. Sam was asked to work for her, but said he just made deliveries. He was then shown walking through various environments with a cart trailing behind him.

Sam was eventually shown with Lea Seydoux’s character after the mysterious enemies appeared for the first time in the trailer. They made it out safely, but the second time he encountered the entities, Sam wasn’t so lucky. Sam was shown sneaking past the enemies as the device on his shoulder went off and ended with him getting caught. A shot of Lindsay Wagner’s character ended the trailer.

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Nioh 2 Announced at Sony E3 Press Conference

Sony revealed Nioh 2, the sequel to Team Ninja’s 2017 game.

A short cinematic trailer paired with the reveal, which came in between lengthy new looks at Death Stranding and Spider-Man.

IGN called Nioh “amazing” in its review, scoring the title with a 9.6 and saying it “is an epic, unforgettable adventure carried by a fierce combat system that cleverly balances style and strategy.”

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Rick and Morty Creator Reveals Trover Saves the Universe

Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland revealed Trover Saves the Universe, coming soon to PS4 and PSVR. This announcement came during Sony’s E3 2018 press conference.

Trover Saves the Universe is coming early 2019. There aren’t a whole lot of details about the gameplay, but the reveal trailer points to a 3D platformer with the same sense of humor you’d imagine from a co-creator of Rick and Morty.

The game’s official website has a short description: “Wonderful. Your dogs have been dognapped by a beaked lunatic who stuffed them into his eye holes and is using their life essence to destroy the Universe. Does that make sense?” The following comic strip is the game’s official press release.

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Kingdom Hearts 3 Pirates of the Caribbean World Announced

In yet another reveal for Kingdom Hearts 3, a new look during the PlayStation E3 2018 conference confirmed a Pirates of the Caribbean world.

Pirates of the Caribbean first featured in the franchise in Kingdom Hearts 2. The new trailer featured ship-to-ship combat, likely a world specific gameplay mechanic much in the same way the Toy Story Giga robots will be.

Ahead of E3 2018, Square Enix finally confirmed Kingdom Hearts 3’s release date, with a release planned for January 29, 2019. Following the release date announcement, Square Enix confirmed Kingdom Hearts 3 will feature a Frozen world. IGN also debuted exclusive Kingdom Hearts 3 direct feed gameplay, featuring the Toy Story world, Toy Box, as well as the Rock Titan fight from the Hercules world.

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Remedy Entertainment’s Codename P7 Revealed as Control

Remedy Entertainment revealed Control, it’s upcoming game, during Sony’s live PlayStation E3 2018 conference.

While it was officially revealed during Sony’s conference, Control is coming to Xbox One and PC in addition to PS4.

505 Games is publishing Control, entering into a publishing agreement with Remedy last year when it was known only by its code name, P7.

The “third-person action-adventure game” combines “Remedy’s trademark gunplay with supernatural abilities,” set in “a unique and ever-changing world,” according to Remedy.

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Resident Evil 2 Remake Release Date Announced

Resident Evil 2 Remake will be released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on January 25, 2019.

The launch date was revealed at the end of a trailer that debuted during Sony’s E3 press conference. Instead of featuring a first-person perspective like Resident Evil 7, the remake of Resident Evil 2 has a third-person over-the-shoulder camera like Resident Evil 4.

According to Capcom, the game has been completely rebuilt using the RE Engine—the same engine used to power Resident Evil 7—and features “modernized controls on top of gameplay modes from the original game.” Both Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield will be playable via their own distinct storylines.

Resident Evil 2 was released on the original PlayStation back in January 1998. Hideki Kamiya was the game’s director, with Shinji Mikami sliding over into a producer role. It eventually made its way to PC, Nintendo 64, Dreamcast, and GameCube.

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