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As the five villains ganged up on poor Spidey and beat him to a pulp, the trailer ended on a teaser of the villain they're all working for. PlayStation's E3 2018 Showcase finally gave us an expanded look at the game, showing details about the gameplay and its risky world.

Perhaps the most intriguing game making its debut at Sony's E3 2018 press conference was Control, developed by Remedy (of Max Payne and Alan Wake fame) and published by 505 Games.

This one will definitely get ever hack-and-slash fan hyped, because we are finally going to get an open-world samurai game. This older, college-aged Spider-Man knows his powers, jumping off pillars for tougher kicks and webbing baddies to any surface webbable.

The trailer focuses on one of the last remaining samurai in a time where Mongols are invading Japan. The demo ended with a climactic duel against a former ally, and solidified Ghost of Tsushima as an exclusive to watch for anyone who owns a PS4.

At E3 this year, along with titles like Death Stranding and The Last Of Us 2, Sony gave us another glimpse of the game. Spoiler alert: it kind of looks like Arkham, but we're okay with that.

E3 2018 brought us our first real look at Sucker Punch's Ghost of Tsushima. Whoever they are, they've clearly got access to money and technology which narrows it down to several classic Spider-Man villains, some of which have already been subtly revealed in early trailers.

The new trailer kicked off with Spidey and his pal Yuri Watanabe investigating a disturbance at supervillain prison the Raft, before the two were quickly attacked by Electro.

The biggest takeaway here is the fluid movements that allow Spider-Man to replicate many of his most impressive moves from the comics.


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