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Review aggregator website, Metacritic, stated that A-Men 2's PlayStation 3 release received "generally unfavorable reviews", and scored 34% whilst the Vita release received "Mixed or average reviews" and scored of 58.
A Men 2 PSN
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In it, we catch glimpses of Peter and Miles fighting random enemies together, using various powers and gadgets to take them down in unique ways. After finishing up the battle with a tag-team attack, they hear a sound from a nearby alleyway.
Spider-Man 2 might feature dual narratives, one for Peter and another for Miles. It could take an approach similar to Scarlet Nexus, where you play as one hero for an entire run of the game before experiencing something similar through the other perspective.
Both previous games have featured several different villains, but the trailer makes it clear that Kraven the Hunter and Venom are the main two villains. The Venom Symbiote has almost certainly taken over Harry Osborn.
Sony is working on not one but two new Marvel games. During its PlayStation Showcase, the company revealed Insomniac Games is developing a sequel to 2018's Marvel's Spider-Man and 2020's Spider-Man: Miles Morales. Slated to come out sometime in 2023 exclusively on PS5, Spider-Man 2 will feature both Peter Parker and Miles Morales, with the two set to face off against Venom.
Sony didn't share many other details on the project, but based on the trailer it looks Spider-Man 2 may support co-op play. In a post over on the PlayStation blog published following the event, Insomniac's Ryan Schneider said much of the original team that worked on the first game is back for the sequel. He also revealed Tony Todd, best known for his role in the Candyman films, will voice Venom. Both Yuri Lowenthal and Nadji Jeter will also reprise their roles as Peter and Miles.
Spider-Man 2 was announced by Sony as a PS5 exclusive in September 2021, promising a continuation of Peter Parker and Miles Morales' story as they face a new (but familiar) foe in Venom. The villain's voice actor promised that the "game is massive" and Marvel Entertainment's creative vice president Bill Rosemann commented at the same time that Spider-Man 2 will be "a little darker" than the two previous entries.
It will act as the first mainline entry in PlayStation's Spider-Man series since the original, but the Miles Morales' spin-off was released for PlayStation 4 and as a PS5 launch title in November 2020.
It has been some time since we heard or saw anything of Marvel's Spider-Man 2, the next entry in the series developed by Insomniac Games, but it seems like something regarding it may be coming in the next few days.
Earlier today, the game's PlayStation Store page has gone live in Europe. The page sadly doesn't reveal anything new about the game, but it is clear that it has not gone live by mistake, as Insomniac Games' Community Director told fans on Twitter to add the game to their wishlist. [Update - The page has now been taken down.]
The Marvel's Spider-Man 2 PlayStation Store going live isn't the only recent happening that suggests some new announcement or reveal may be coming soon, as late last month, Venom's actor Tony Todd suggested that something would be coming soon. With a new trailer for Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse dropping tomorrow, it wouldn't be surprising for Insomniac to take advantage of the buzz surrounding the upcoming movie to drop some news about their anticipated game as well.
Marvel's Spider-Man 2 is currently in development for PlayStation 5 and will release on a yet-to-be-confirmed 2023 release date. We will keep you updated on the game as soon as more come in on it, so stay tuned for all the latest news.
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The Game Awards 2022 was already a great showcase for PlayStation fans, but there might be even more surprising news before this year comes to an end, as Sony quietly launched the PlayStation Store page for Marvel's Spider-Man 2 in the UK.
Thus far, we haven't seen any official reaction from PlayStation or Insomniac Games on social media, but the story page of a game usually goes live after a certain announcement or trailer that shares enough information about a game to launch its dedicated PS Store page.
In the case of Marvel's Spider-Man 2, it is only available for the UK region through PlayStation 5. While the domain exists on Google if you simply search "Marvel's Spider-Man 2 PS Store," you can't open it through your browser as it redirects you to a page showing an error. This could be a clue to the fact that the page is about to go live soon, but the time has not come yet.
In addition to the quiet launch of the PS Store page, some developers behind Marvel's Spider-Man 2 shared teasing tweets recently, which adds up to the possibility of getting an announcement about the game in the near future.
Thus far, we only know that Marvel's Spider-Man 2 targets a launch in 2023, but a proper release date is what fans are asking for at the moment. If anything new is about to be shared on the game, we really hope it includes some direct-feed gameplay moments as well.
Unfortunately, the PS Store page of the game doesn't share any significant details at the moment. Probably data miners could get some data off of the web version of the page if it was already available through a browser. But at the end of the day, we still need to wait for an official announcement.
Regarding the fact that Sony is going to launch PSVR 2 next year, there might be a possibility for one last State of Play episode in 2022 to showcase Sony's big plans for 2023. After all, Microsoft already has a big line-up of games for the next year.
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Regardless of its wide platform availability, MGS has always felt like a PlayStation entity because of its history with the platform, to me at least (but feel free to disagree). So, while Konami will revel in its new entry into whatever series it is (my prediction: a new SIlent Hill), I think a PlayStation Showcase could be a great way to announce this trilogy with a new coat of paint.
Marvel's Spider-Man 2DeveloperInsomniac GamesPublisherSony Interactive EntertainmentRelease dateFall 2023GenreAction-adventureModesSingle-playerPlatformsPlayStation 5MediaBlu-ray, digitalPreceded byMarvel's Spider-Man: Miles MoralesFollowed byMarvel's Wolverine
Marvel's Spider-Man 2 is an upcoming action-adventure video game based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name, developed by Insomniac Games and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment. It is the third overall entry in the Marvel's Spider-Man series, acting as a sequel to Marvel's Spider-Man (2018), as well as a direct continuation of events from its DLC expansion The City That Never Sleeps and its spin-off Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales (2020).
Like the PlayStation 2's Spider-Man 2 did back in 2004, Spidey's 2018 outing on PS4 reinvented what the web-slinging hero can do in video games. Every swing was exhilarating, we felt every punch, and the story - completely original - was just as good as any comic or movie. Insomniac Games really outdid themselves there.
While Spider-Man: Miles Morales, the 2020 mini-sequel, was a great game - and an incredible launch title for the PS5 - it was a bit on the small side. It felt a little more like DLC to some. Fortunately, there is a full sequel on the way. Spider-Man 2 was announced back in 2021, and fans have been waiting for news with bated breath ever since.
Its looking very possible that the Spider-Man 2 PS5 game's release date will be in or around September 2023, although that hasn't been confirmed officially by the developers from Insomniac.
In a now deleted tweet (which was a reply to a fan), Todd said of the game's release time: "Looks like September! Massive publicity coming in August. Commercials start dropping in August so I'm told. Hold on to your ... and hold breath! Gonna be necessary." 041b061a72