Spider-Man Open-World Trailer Serves Up J. Jonah Jameson Rants and New York Landmarks | Gaming

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Another day, another badass Spider-Man . Earlier this week, Sony and Insomniac dropped their Spider-Man gameplay launch , and now we have the New York City open-world trailer. As the title implies, this trailer focuses on Spidey web-slinging around Manhattan, and includes glimpses of plenty of NYC , both real (the Empire State Building, Radio City Music Hall) and fictional (Avengers Tower, Doctor Strange’s Sanctum Sanctorum). Having never been to New myself, there are probably a ton of I’m missing.

Overtop the footage, we hear a verbal sparring match between J. , who seems to have reinvented himself as a fiery talk radio host, and pro-Spidey caller, Peter Park, er, Patterson. Of course, is still banging the “Spider-Man is a menace!” drum after all these years – never change, Triple J. You can check out the trailer, below.

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I got a chance to go hands-on with Spider-Man at E3, and, for the most part, I came away impressed…

“While I walked away from my hands-on time with Spider-Man with a few quibbles about the game’s traversal, there’s no denying Insomniac’s comic book romp grabbed me. . While I’m generally satisfied to try most E3 demos once and move on, I snuck back for seconds and third helpings of the game and was tempted indulge in even more. Spider-Man doesn’t reinvent the open-world superhero template established by Batman: Arkham City, but it sands off some of the rough edges, creating a light, accessible, open-world adventure a broad range of gamers and comic book fans ought to get wrapped up in.”

Spider-Man swings onto shelves on September 7.

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