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Offline Crewe

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Re: Spider-Man: Miles Morales
« Reply #15 on: November 16, 2020, 07:09:00 PM »
I moved through that a lot quicker than I remember.
Still a good story even if a familiar one. I thought the developers really learned from the first one as far as what to tweak and what to leave alone. A nice transition from game one to game two
this is my pros and cons and will likely not apply to anyone else.

-Seasonal setting
-Morales character development
-Spider Man app delivers tasks at a glance without going in to the map
-Pigeon mission was much easier this go round
-No Screwball
-No jet pack enemies
-The chatter from the citizens is often quite funny
-No long meaningless science puzzles ala Parker in Doc Ock's lab
-Number of cut scenes diminished
-Good selection of costumes
-Worked in Miles' powers seamlessly without overstuffing the game with more movesets and gadgets
-Actually, gadgets are reduced for Miles.
-Side missions are actually engaging, or was for me.
-Same game but not.
-Nothing really new to learn gameplay wise
-Jameson podcast

Potential cons for some
-Some might find the game too similar to its predecessor
-Game felt a bit shorter (might be just me)
-No playable Peter Parker SM
-Ending not as good as the first
-Jameson podcast

Spoiler: show
Credits tell us there will be a SM 3 apparently

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Re: Spider-Man: Miles Morales
« Reply #16 on: November 16, 2020, 09:39:51 PM »
I'd heard this game was shorter than the first.
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