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Marvel’s Spider-Man

What we are offering are legal and genuine Digital Downloads, but sent in the form of an account. After purchase you will receive an account with prepurchased game, put it on your console and use to start the download. Then you will switch back to your own profile and play. As the game comes directly from PSN store, it will be exactly the same as the retail disk version with all PSN features like trophies, multiplayer etc.

  • play on your own profile, after setup you won’t have to log into our account ever again

  • game directly from PSN store – earn trophies, play online, get updates

  • region free, buy and play the game anywhere in the world

  • After setup process the game will be available to launch on your own account, just as any other game or app you purchased directly in PSN Store.

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About this game

Marvel’s Spider-Man is an open world action-adventure game that is set in the borough of Manhattan in a fictionalized version of modern-day New York City. It is presented from a third-person perspective showing the playable character on screen and allowing the camera to be rotated freely around it. The primary playable character is the superhero Spider-Man, who can navigate the world by jumping, using his Web Shooters to fire webs that allow him to swing between buildings, running along walls, and automatically vaulting over obstacles. The character can precisely aim webs to pull himself towards specific points. Physical objects are required to attach webs to for swinging, and momentum and speed of the swing can be controlled by releasing the web at specific points to gain height or move more quickly. The game features an optional fast travel system that uses the New York City Subway system.

Combat is enacted using three buttons; one for dodging, one for physical strikes, and one for web-based attacks. Webbing can be used to incapacitate enemies and stick them to nearby objects, immediately removing them from battle. Enemies who are knocked from great heights are automatically stuck to a nearby surface in a web-cocoon, preventing death. Spider-Man can also use the environment to fight, jump off walls and throw objects like manhole covers, grenades and webbing-restrained enemies. Successful and consecutive attacks build “Focus”, which can be partially used to heal Spider-Man while full Focus allows special finishing attacks to take down an enemy instantly. Spider-Man possesses “spider sense”, which is shown as a white icon above the character’s head, indicating an incoming attack that can be dodged. A precise dodge performed just before the attack hits allows Spider-Man to retaliate with webbing against the enemy. Some enemies must be overcome using different approaches. Melee-weapon-wielding enemies must be knocked into the air and shielded enemies must be attacked from behind. Enemies armed with whips will drag Spider-Man out of the air and require a counterattack to fight effectively. Other types of enemy include heavily armored agents who can take more damage, brutes, and jetpack-wearing enemies who remain airborne.

Spider-Man has access to a variety of gadgets that can be deployed in combat; these include electric webbing, concussive blasts, and impact webbing that launches enemies backwards and can stick them to a nearby surface. Gadgets are unlocked by progressing through the game and can be accessed from a radial menu. Spider-Man has several unlockable suits that are based on existing versions of the character in media; there are also original suits that were created for the game. Many of these offer special abilities that can aid in combat, such as increasing Focus gain, reducing gravity, enhancing stealth, making the player invulnerable, and unleashing an electromagnetic pulse to disable enemy weapons. Once unlocked, suits and powers can be freely combined. Stealth combat involves Spider-Man moving around raised locations using gadgets or webbing to neutralize isolated enemies. Leveling up allows the player to unlock skills from three different specialties, focusing on ground combat, aerial combat, and traversal.

Suits, suit mods, gadgets, and their associated upgrades are purchased with resources called Tokens, which are awarded for completion of specific tasks. Each unlockable item requires different quantities of each Token type: Challenge Tokens for completing Taskmaster’s time-and-skill based combat, stealth, and traversal missions; Backpack Tokens for locating Spider-Man’s old backpacks containing mementos from his past; Research Tokens for completing research station missions, science mini-games, and the collection of pigeons; Crime Tokens for stopping ambient crimes; Base Tokens for clearing out enemy bases; and Landmark Tokens for taking pictures of specific locations around the city. There are also minigames that are rewarded with experience points and research tokens including Circuit Puzzles the require the arrangement of an electric grid and Pattern Puzzles that require the recreation of a specific pattern using composite parts. Radio towers in different areas can be unscrambled, highlighting collectable objects, missions, and active crimes.

Some sections of the game are played as Spider-Man’s alter-ego Peter Parker, his friend Mary Jane Watson, and ally Miles Morales. Peter’s sections often involve puzzle-solving while Mary Jane’s and Miles’ segments focus on the use of stealth to avoid enemies. The game originally featured three difficulty levels; Friendly (easy), Amazing (normal), and Spectacular (Hard). A post-release update added a fourth “Ultimate” difficulty that increases enemy damage and health while decreasing Spider-Man’s, and a “New Game Plus” option that allows the player to start a new game using all of the suits, powers, gadgets, and suit mods unlocked in a previous playthrough. The game also includes accessibility options, enabling players to skip the puzzle minigames, enable larger subtitles, automatically complete quick time events, and replace button tapping with holding. There is also a photo mode that allows the player to take pictures of Spider-Man using a variety of image filters, frames, and stickers for customization. The camera can be used to take selfies and can be freely moved around Spider-Man to capture him in action.