Insomniac's new Spider-Man trailer shows off a sinister group of villains

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Sid Shuman and Ryan Clements were joined by staff from Insomniac Games to show a live demonstration of gameplay, featuring lots of combat and web swinging.

Continuing through the trailer we pick up a ally and infiltrate a building rescuing a prisoner from torture, eventually we end up fighting the ally and throughout that fight we get an fantastic display of combat and scenery.

It means that you can end up where Sony are right now, with no new first party games to announce, and yet with a gallery of games that they aren't prepared to pin release dates on, Spider-Man excepting. This older, college-aged Spider-Man knows his powers, jumping off pillars for tougher kicks and webbing baddies to any surface webbable.

It's always seemed like the game was meant to be Marvel's answer to the Arkham Batman games, and this trailer suggests it will easily live up those lofty aims. That's just one bad guy away from a Sinister Six! In addition to the trailer for the new Spider-Man game, the company also showed off some other high profile titles.

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Marvel's Spider-Man is due out worldwide for PlayStation 4 on September 7.

Unlike some of the less faithful Spider-Man games, you'll have to attach your webs to actual buildings and can't magically swing from the sky.

Ghost of Tsushima is the newest of the four games, and having only just been announced at Paris Games Week a year ago with a brief teaser, it was intriguing to see what this game was actually all about. But this game feels more proactive. These are dire times in Marvel's New York City. The spidey-sense symbol warns the player of an incoming attack, but the best response is to change up the pace of combat rather than simply press a button.

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