dglobalnews.com 7 things you need to know about Spider-Man for PlayStation 4
Published: Sun, June 18, 2017
Culture&Arts | By Orlando Mckenzie

7 things you need to know about Spider-Man for PlayStation 4

Like Batman in the Arkham games - which, yes, Spider-Man shamelessly and gloriously rips off to great success - this Spider-Man spends a lot of time crawling in the rafters waiting for choice moments to strike.

Sphero's Spider-Man in some ways feels similar to this, but in a much larger capacity, with a microphone that can listen to your phrases and respond, and with an app that you can take on various adventures.

Simply put: PS4 Spider-Man would mop the floor with MCU Spider-Man.

Spider-Man is now in development for PS4 and PS4 Pro.

The toy is a nice little tie-in with the new Spider-Man movie that has been getting a lot of traction recently. Plus, he's got some expressive animated LCD eyes that really bring him to life!

The only thing that moves on this Spider-Man are his arms.

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Sony released an extensive gameplay demo at the end of Sony's E3 2017 press conference, and in it, a veteran Spider-Man battles with Mister Negative and his gang of Demons.

Aside from Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, which comes out August 22, many of Sony's most ambitious and anticipated exclusive games don't have firm release dates, and it will likely be 2018 before we see several of them. Sphero co-founder and chief software architect Adam Wilson told TechCrunch that Spider-Man is essentially a full Android device that uses third-party speech recognition. In the game next to the story, you will also be saving people, which is important to complete a mission properly.

There's no camera, but Spider-Man can use its infrared motion sensor to detect movement, In sentry mode, which you activate by double-pressing the logo button and saying "Activate guard mode", Spider-Man says things like, "Freeze, knucklehead, you're not allowed in here".

We've come a long way when it comes to interactive toys.

In general, though, this could be the ideal companion for a Spider-Man-obsessed 8 year-old (or older) who wants wants to live the Spidey lifestyle with all the entertainment and activity value, but none of the real-world risks.

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