MARVEL’S SPIDER-MAN SPOILERCAST REVIEW WITH EX-MARVEL GAMES EMPLOYEE CHRIS BAKER ON THE AMAZING SPIDER-TALK

Chris Baker, video game industry veteran who worked at the Official U.S PlayStation magazine and has his name in the credits of many Marvel games you love – and maybe loath – recently did a guest spot on The Amazing Spider-Talk podcast. The subject of the episode is a spoiler discussion on the best-selling first-party game Marvel’s Spider-Man for…

THE LATEST EPISODE OF THE GAME INFORMER SHOW REVEALS CUT CONTENT FROM MARVEL’S SPIDER-MAN

There has been no shortage of coverage over Marvel’s Spider-Man since its release last month, but the latest episode of The Game Informer Show has just put out an excellent interview where host Ben Hanson sits down to talk with creative director Bryan Intihar and writer Jon Paquette from Insomniac Games about the development of the first-party blockbuster. Clocking…

SPIDER-MAN, SPIDER-MAN, EVERYONE’S GETTING A PLATINUM, MAN

Sony’s Marvel’s Spider-Man is not only the console holders best-selling first-party title to date, but it’s also one that people are putting in the leg work to get the prestigious platinum trophy. On Resetera, a user going by the name of Certinfry has pointed out that one in ten people who have played Marvel’s Spider-Man have gotten all…

VENOM’S VIDEO GAME FIRSTS

Venom had the (dis)honor of having his big screen debut in the well-meaning, but very flawed Spider-Man 3 in 2007. Now, eleven years later, the Spider-Man villain turned anti-hero is set to headline his own movie starring Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock and the toothy title character, arriving this Friday, October 5th. While this weekend will only mark Venom’s…

REVIEW: MARVEL’S SPIDER-MAN (SONY PLAYSTATION 4)

In 1997, Sony worked with Image Comics to publish a first-party Spawn video game on the original PlayStation: Spawn: The Eternal. The game was negatively received by both critics as well as fans and you would be hard pressed to find anyone who wishes it to be resurrected. Now, over twenty years later, Sony is once again…