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Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Review (PC) - The protege’s great power and his greater responsibility

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Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered ended on an interesting note, with Miles Morales displaying his powers to Peter Parker. It was then followed up in The City that Never Sleeps expansion, showcasing Miles taking the first leap under Peter’s guidance, the first step in becoming Spider-Man.While fans of the original title on PS4 had to wait two years to experience the follow-up game, I got to jump from Spider-Man Remastered released a few months ago to Spider-Man: Miles Morales, giving me a far more cohesive experience to connect and compare the two games.Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales is presented more as a standalone expansion in the same vein as Far Cry New Dawn or PlayStation’s own Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, building a relatively smaller focus story within the same engine and environment.Even though Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales is a continuation of the first game, it stands on its own quite well, and by the end of my nearly 20-hour-long playthrough, I was left pleasantly surprised and excited about the future of Miles in Insomniac’s upcoming Marvel titles.Marvel’s Spider-Man took an uncharted path, skipping over the all-too-familiar origin story of Peter and focusing on his storied years of being Spider-Man.

In contrast, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales is very much the origin story of the titular character, which sees him becoming worthy of the mantle.

After all, with great power, comes great responsibility.From a gameplay perspective, Spider-Man: Miles Morales looks very similar to its predecessor.

Be it swinging throughout the city, or the free-flowing combat while taking on multiple enemies, the gameplay premise initially appeared the same from one arachnid title to another.

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