PlayStation E3 2018 Recap: Best of Sony at E3 2018

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Following the brutal gameplay reveal of Marvel's Spider-Man at Sony Interactive Entertainment's press conference, Insomniac Games released ten minutes of gameplay of the upcoming title.

The demo opened by dropping us into New York City and offering a chance to get accustomed to the controls.

We hope you enjoyed another taste of one of our blockbuster action moments in Marvel's Spider-Man. After his beatdown, Spider-Man looked up, said something along the lines of, "it's you?" just before the trailer went dark. It appears to take places during the Mongol invasion of Japan in the 1200s. Ghost of Tsushima will be a PlayStation 4 exclusive; check out its website for further details.

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We also see another of the game's side missions, in which you have to find and destroy three bombs planted by Taskmaster as quickly as possible.

This stunning game from Sucker Punch, the makers of Sly Cooper and Infamous, features incredible visuals, a sweeping soundtrack, a methodical combat system reminiscent of what we've seen in God of War, and a lot of promising design choices. Whoever they are, they've clearly got access to money and technology which narrows it down to several classic Spider-Man villains, some of which have already been subtly revealed in early trailers.

That doesn't mean that these games don't look excellent, though. Our guess is on Doctor Octopus or the Green Goblin. The artful trailer showed off a boarding school setting, and the girl you're trying to make contact with as a time-manipulating spirit. Yes, this is a combo-based fighter not unlike a Batman game, but Spider-Man's agility and gadgets help speed up the pace of fights and add variety to the mix.

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