It's hard to look at what Rocksteady has done with Batman and not want the same treatment for Spider-Man. For better or worse, long-time developer Beenox has once again taken charge, this time for The Amazing Spider-Man 2, a game I hope more than anything just provides us with a world that's fun to traverse. Not too much to ask for, I don't think.
We've seen footage of the game on last-generation consoles, so here's a look at it running on PlayStation 4 with commentary provided by creative director Thomas Wilson. The parts in which Spider-Man isn't web-slinging across the city look decidedly less interesting, but again, that's to be expected here. It's a Beenox-developed movie tie-in, after all.
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destructoid's previous coverage: The Amazing Spider-Man 2