Very good critics for a launch titles spin-off that used most assets and engine of last gen.
60 reviews and average on 85.
Think of it as a more focused sequel instead, as that’s what it actually feels like. It’s free of story bloat, and the gameplay has most definitely been expanded upon and improved. Plus, since when has an expansion looked so much nicer than the game it’s building upon? This is a timely release that demonstrates the power of the PS5 with style, and if you aren’t picking it up alongside your console, you’re simply doing things wrong.
What a way to launch a new console: Spider-Man: Miles Morales is everything Uncharted: The Lost Legacy wanted to be but couldn't, giving us a whole new Spider-Man adventure packed in a smaller, tighter game. Better graphics, awesome soundtrack and improved combat make this game a joy to play and a must have game for PS5 owners.
Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales shines on the PlayStation 5 with great graphics, solid gameplay, and excellent use of the new DualSense controller for a seriously fun game to play on the brand new console.
The developers from Insomniac Games have successfully entering the next-gen era and are rewarding us with a second high quality instalment for their Spider-Man license. Miles Morales has completely seduced us in spite of its rather non-innovative side content, simply because the magic of the superhero blockbuster still works very well, and keep on carrying us away without ever getting boring. On the performance side, the PS5 already shows us a taste of what it will be able to do through a game very well polished. Don't miss out on Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales.
Spider-Man: Miles Morales isn't a big surprise as it's a direct sequel to the game released in 2018. The new hero offers a rejuvenated gameplay thanks to its powers, but the game doesn't really feel next gen', partly due to the choice we have to make between 4K Ray-Tracing or 60 FPS.
Classic in its construction and its scenario, breathtaking in its staging, Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales detonates if it's not surprising.