The game’s last slice of DLC added what has become my Spidey-Spandex of choice.
The PSX deserves better than this.
With great threads come great continuity.
Savings on PlayStation Plus, PSVR, RDR2 and more
It’s funny to think that – after years and years of movie cameos – one of the best to remember Lee’s legacy by comes in a video game instead.
If you miss the Sega Dreamcast’s visual memory unit, this recently published patent brings potentially good news.
It plays its selection of 32-bit classics just fine, but the features of the device are pretty much the bare minimum.
Includes classics such as Intelligent Qube and Mr Driller.
It's a Scarlet Spider party!
Fingers crossed it comes to the UK soon.
First there was the NES Classic Mini. Then there was the SNES Classic Mini. Now, Sony's getting in on the act.
While it doesn’t advance the world of action-adventure superhero games too far forward, the title represents a huge leap for the future of Spider-Man himself.
The big focus of the trailer is yet another villain coming to make Spidey’s life hell: the legendary mercenary (and maybe even future movie star) Silver Sable.
As long as you have a 4K TV, obviously.
The biggest problem with how Detroit starts is that you can’t detect a heartbeat anywhere in the game’s opening hours.