We love making up games and game ideas and predictions, we’ve done it for E3 2010 (Eventually most of the games on that list did come true), 2011 and 2012 and forgot 2013. Since E3 is pretty much the big day for gaming, it usually comes with a boatload of titles that will be announced. We usually know some by rumors or leaks but sometimes they throw a curve ball. Either way these are the Top Ten Games That Should be Announced at E3 2014 (but most likely won’t).
Superheroes are one of the biggest things in nerd culture, we all have our own favorite hero. Some like Superman, Bat-Man and the odd one will love Aquaman. Mine happens to be Spider-Man. I’ve spent too much time reading Spider-Man comics, just finished watching the 90’s cartoon and did a marathon of the Spider-Man movies. With that being said the movies declined drastically at part 3. Now the movie has been rebooted with new actors and hopefully a better story arc. Not going to lie–I’m excited–but nervous. That also means that a new Spider-Man game will be coming out. There have been numerous Spider-Man games in the past but which are worth your time? This isn’t which one followed the stories of the comics the best nor’ is it about which follows the Spider-Man saga, it’s just about which one makes you feel like Spider-Man, which one is the most fun and which one has enough replay value. This is the Top Ten Spider-Man Games
Spider-Man is a very famous individual, I mean, a man who shoots webs is something to notice he has had numerous games; there is one that stands out from the rest, and is usually considered the best Spider-Man game according to my hard-core research. Spider-Man was available for the Sony PlayStation and Nintendo 64 and it came out in 2000. In 2000. Keep that in mind. This is considered the best Spider-Man game. We here decided to go back and play Spider-Man for the PlayStation and we want to see if Spider-Man truly is the best Spider-Man game and is it as good as we remember. This is our first (written) Retro Relapse.