“The remaster now looks better too!”
“You can now ray-trace at 60FPS.”
“You can now pick up where you left off.”
“The gameplay experience is identical on the PS4 and PS5 versions of Miles Morales.”
“Spider-Cat meant business.”
“These new Spider-Man suits are pretty!.”
“Peter Parker has a new face.”
“A new hero may arrive every three months.”
“Everyone with a PlayStation console can play as Spider-Man for free.”
“Sony may have struck a deal with Marvel for the Avengers game.”
“The movie delays keep on coming.”
“If there is a 4K 60FPS mode then what is the other mode?”
“A new massive leak details the game’s plot, mechanics and much more.”
“Everything you can watch on Netflix South Africa in March 2020.”
“The movie is tied into both Spider-Man films.”
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