While fans of the Spider-Man film adaptations fight over which is the best version of the character, gamers do not have that problem because they know well what is the best video game that has been made about Spider-Man: Marvel’s Spider-Man, released in 2018, developed by Insomniac Games and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment.
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Today, video game fans are happy because the first trailer of Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, where we see Peter Parker fighting alongside Miles Morales, and at the end we have the surprise that Venom appears. The launch is scheduled for 2023, and promises to be as captivating and entertaining as the first installment was.
Venom is one of Spider-Man’s most popular villains; was created by Randy schueller, David Michelinie, Mike zeck and Todd McFarlane, and after his comic book debut he appeared in the animated series Spider-Man, as well as the movies Spider-Man 3 – 63% and Venom – 35%. He is currently portrayed by Tom Hardy (The Last Fight – 83%, Mad Max: Fury Road – 97%, Capone – 40%).
Marvel’s Spider-Man It was released on September 7, 2018 for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 consoles; In addition to its state-of-the-art graphics, the game stood out for its playability and history, which brings new and interesting aspects to Peter Parker and Spider-Man, as well as the secondary characters. Among the villains that you must face throughout the game, we find Mr. Negative, Electro, Vulture, Rhino and Scorpion, among others.
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The reviews of Marvel’s Spider-Man they were mostly favorable, and their sales numbers were huge; within three days of its release it had already sold 3.3 million copies worldwide, setting a new record for PlayStation exclusives. By November 2020, it had already sold more than 20 million copies.
Miles Morales, the alternate version of the superhero in another universe, appears in the expansion / sequel Spider-Man: Miles Morales – 93%. For noncomics regulars, perhaps your first introduction to this character took place in Spider-Man: A New Universe – 100%, 2018 animated feature film that won the Oscar for Best Animated Film, among other awards.
Parallel to the successful and acclaimed film productions that have been made about Spider-Man so far this century, video game adaptations have also produced quality works that give fans the opportunity to get into the shoes of their favorite heroes like no series or movie can.
Before the launch of Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, Spider-Man fans will be able to enjoy this December Spider-Man: No Road Home, which promises to be quite a phenomenon, as it will bring (across the multiverse) several villains from previous adaptations of the superhero, Spider-Man and The Surprising Spider-Man. The first trailer confirmed at least two beloved villains, Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin (The Last Temptation of Christ – 82%, Born July 4 – 90%, Antichrist – 70%) and Alfred Molina’s Doctor Octopus (Spider-Man 2 – 93%, Frida – 76%, Beautiful Revenge – 90%).
On the other hand, rumors about the return of Tobey Maguire (The Master Play – 72%, The Great Gatsby – 48%, Crazy Weekend – 25%) and Andrew Garfield (Until the Last Man – 86%, Social Network – 96%, A Reason To Live – 67%) to their Spider-Man roles have been very strong for almost a year. Several clues in recent months suggest that it is true, and that this will be the first time that we have a live-action adaptation of the Spiderverse, a concept that was already addressed in Spider-Man: A New Universe.
Spider-Man: No Way Home hits theaters on December 17, and will not have simultaneous streaming premiere as has happened with other films in the last year.
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