Ghost of Tsushima, at least, was the beneficiary of a lengthy gameplay trailer, showing a gorgeous game-world and bloody samurai-style combat. We also get a look at how Spider-Man will fight the many goons he'll encounter.
Shacknews is on the scene at E3 2018, with a hands-on with the new Spider-Man game from Insomniac Games. We get to see the web swinging mechanic in full action, though it seems to be tied to the Circle button rather than R2 or something more user friendly. Ellie has grown up to be quite the coldblooded killer, as she eliminated her enemies with hammers to the face, explosive arrows that turned a woman into a shower of gore, and finally slitting a man's throat when he had no way of fighting back. After his beatdown, Spider-Man looked up, said something along the lines of, "it's you?" just before the trailer went dark. Ghost of Tsushima will be a PlayStation 4 exclusive; check out its website for further details.
"When we hit upon the Mongol invasion of Tsushima of 1274, it all clicked", explains Nate Fox, Game Director at Sucker Punch. For that matter, it didn't give any kind of hint about when we might expect the game to release. Stay tuned for our first impressions of the game at E3 2018!
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. If you've ever played the Batman Arkham games, you'll feel right at home with Spider-Man, which has a very similar rhythm of punching, dodging and building up your combo meter to perform special moves.
Although the wait is nearly over, we now have a new trailer that is sure to blow everyone's minds. They were soon joined by familiar faces from Spider-Man's rogues gallery, including Rhino, Scorpion, Vulture, and Mister Negative.
Kevin Durant on Game 1: 'I disrespected Cleveland'
Colin Cowherd, for one, believes Boston will "dethrone" the Golden State Warriors, who just won their third title in four seasons. In recent comments, Durant said he feels like a ideal fit - not only on his team, but also in the Bay Area in general.