T-minus three days until the launch of both the PlayStation 5 and Insomniac Game’s “Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales.”
Sony’s has finally released the launch trailer for the upcoming game. Next to showing off the various moves along with epic boss battles (A showdown with the Rhino!), Miles will be joined with a cast of characters such as the Tinkerer, Miles’ mother, Rio Morales, one of the directors of Roxxon, Simon Krieger, and Aaron Davis himself aka the Prowler.
Check out the trailer below!
Be sure to also follow our Twitch channel as our very own Editor in Chief, Greg M., will be streaming this game this Thursday at 8:30 p.m. EST on the PlayStation 5!
Marvel’s Spider Man: Miles Morales releases this coming Thursday, November 12 for the PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4.
Early on yesterday, a trailer for the next entry in Marvel’s Spider-Man run has dropped. Supposedly taking place after Avengers Infinity War, we see Peter Parker (played by actor Tom Holland) handling his new role as Spider-Man, having the support of Aunt May (Actress Marisa Tomei), and getting ready to go on a school trip to Europe.
Everything seems very upbeat and life is going great until a dart flies from the darkness, Ned’s body hits the floor, and Nick Fury (played by Samuel L. Jackson) appears to let us know this is still a super hero movie. A tone shift in the trailer takes us into the apparent main plot, having Fury recruiting Peter to help with some strange occurrences happening across Europe.
This trailer was brilliant, having the layer showing the progress of Peter’s life, to the transition of being Spider-Man overseas, and then right when you think the trailer is going to end with the release date? We get the silver screen debut of Mysterio (played by actor Jake Gyllenhaal), one of Spidey’s more well known villains.
From the nod to Steve Ditko’s black and red Spidey design (which may also be a slight nod to assassin Spider-Man), to the enemies that seem to be popping up for this film, there seems to be a lot to love and it is only the trailer.
Returning actors and actresses joining Holland, Tomei, Jackson, and Gyllenhaal are Zendaya, Combie Smulders, Jon Favreau, Jacob Batalon, Martin Starr, and Michael Keaton.
Spider-Man: Far From Home is set to debut this summer on July 5th 2019.
Sony hit the ground running at E3 with displays of new games, new installments in current series, as well as a couple of big nostalgia bombs. Lets see what Sony had to offer this year.
God of War
Is there a way for something to be the same and yet totally be different in just about every way? Cause that is the way God of War is feeling now. Still, it looks to be great even if a little different, and you always gotta give it a shot. I mean would you tell a grizzled Kratos no?
Ready for another post apocalyptic open world game? What if I told you got to play as a bounty hunter? Days Gone sets itself up two years after a global pandemic devastates the human population. Now, as Deacon St John, your only job is to survive.
The Last Guardian
Take a Myazaki film, make it dark and turn it into a game. That’s essentially The Last Guardian. And I can’t wait. Seven years in the making and it returned in glorious and unexpected fashion at last year’s E3. Fortunately this should be the last time that we are teased with the project as its official release date is October 25th of this year. The wait is finally over.
Detroit Becomes Human
Now I love decision based games. Every decision is meaningful and even the seemingly safe move can still devolve a situation into chaos. Detroit Becomes Human is just that. Only you aren’t a human. Artificial intelligence runs the city, but what happens when the lines between right and wrong are blurred? Do the ends still justify the means to them?
Resident Evil 7
For decades Resident Evil has been scaring the hell outta players but they got away from that some time ago. This time around it feels like there’s gonna be a lot of spooked gamers out there should they choose to pick up this game. And that’s the way it should be. Exclusive looks at this game make it seem as though it could be a classic in the horror genre for video games.
Wanna experience space battles with giant hostile aliens? Take the VR software and pick up Farpoint. It may be your typical outer space FPS but with the VR experience it looks to be one of the first of its kind and fans are gonna wanna have fun with this one.
Battlefront VR Xwing Mission
Speaking of VR experiences in space, everyone who’s a Star Wars fan wants to fly an Xwing fighter. And with the new VR hardware fans will soon be able to live out their dreams through Battlefront VR Xwing Mission. Whether it’s actually good or not will be left for another discussion. Right now, I just wanna fly an Xwing.
Batman Arkham VR
It’s Batman. You get to be Batman. That is all you need to know to want this game.
Final Fantasy VR Experience
Experience Final Fantasy XV in the virtual world with Final Fantasy VR Experience. It’s been a bit but we’ll finally get a new FF game and if the new gameplay style is why the wait is so long, then hopefully the VR experience makes the change a far more welcome one.
Crash Bandicoot Remastered
Not a whole lot to say. But the announcement was more than enough for everyone. Just happy to see Crash back where he belongs.
Not really much to say as it’s just Norman Reedus naked on a seemingly uninhabited island (which we all can figure is not actually true). I think everyone will be interested to see where this one goes.
Not exactly a fan of the suit but I am a fan of seeing Spider-Man back. So many games based on comic book heroes have been unsuccessful for one reason or another. Outside of the Arkham games no other hero has a better track record in the realm of video games than Spider-Man. I look for this one to maintain the same quality as the games before it.
Fans don’t have to wait anymore, because the Spider-Man franchise has its new Peter Parker!
Tom Holland will take on the task of being the Marvel and Sony Pictures Peter Parker/Spider-Man. While he will see plenty of screen-time in his own standalone movies, his debut will take place in Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War. As relatively unknown actor, Holland made a name for himself in the independent movie entitled The Impossible. In a press release on the Marvel website Sony Pictures Producer Amy Pascal said of the 19-year-old actor that “we had to find a vibrant, talented young actor capable of embodying one of the most well-known characters in the world. With Tom, we’ve found the perfect actor to bring Spider-Man’s story into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.”
Not to be left out of the news, the Spider-Man films will be headed by director Jon Watts whose credits also include independent films. His most recent being Cop Car, a film which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. Marvel President Kevin Feige also spoke about Watts during the press release saying “As with James Gunn, Joss Whedon, and the Russo brothers, we love finding new and exciting voices to bring these characters to life. We spent a lot of time with Jon and find his take and work inspiring.”
Now, the only thing left is the release date. The first (again) installment of the Spider-Man franchise with make its way to theaters on July 28th, 2017 and as a bonus, it will be in both IMAX and 3D. Many are probably pretty confused as to why Marvel will not be at Hall H during San Diego Comic-Con to promote the upcoming slate of movies, especially with this news which comes pretty close to the convention date of July 9 2015. No matter as I’m sure they have their own promotion plans so fans should not worry. To read more regarding the casting head on over to Marvel.com and check out the full press release.
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It’s official guys! Everyone’s favorite wall-crawler is coming home!
Marvel and Sony have announced a partnership that will finally bring Spider-Man into the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). While talks are still ongoing, the deal calls for “the new Spider-Man” (this is how the press release describes him) to first appear in an upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe film. It is not made clear though which movie he will appear in and what role he will play. Spider-Man will star in his own new film which is set to open on July 28th, 2017. This new film will be produced by Marvel’s Kevin Feige and Amy Pascal (who just stepped down as co-chairman of Sony). Unfortunately, it is being reported by Deadline that producers Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach are stated to stay on as executive producers (can’t have everything now can we).
This is surely a shake up for the foreseeable future over at Marvel studios and many prayers from many fans have been answered. It’s an exciting time and with creative constantly coming up with new and fresh ideas for the MCU there is sure to be something very special in the works for the web-slinging hero.
Stephon W. is a contributing Editor for Teh Lunchbox Publications and sorry, he doesn’t do social media. But you can follow the team on facebook (Teh Lunchbox Publications), and on twitter @tehlunchboxpub.