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Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales

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age 10+

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age 10+

Be greater

This game is quite literally beautiful and teaches how Spider-Man is helpful, kind and loved. Any kid would love playing this. This combat is easy to learn. The character development is great and it can inspire many people to be greater.

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age 12+

GOTY

I will share my thoughts on the highly acclaimed video game, "Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales." As a 14-year-old gamer, I found this game to be an immersive and thought-provoking experience that delves into the complexities of heroism and personal identity. Let's start with the visuals. The graphics in "Miles Morales" are undeniably impressive. The attention to detail in the cityscape of New York is breathtaking, and the character models are beautifully rendered. From the vibrant colors to the fluid animations, every aspect contributes to creating a visually stunning world that draws you in from the moment you start playing. Moving on to the gameplay, controlling Miles Morales is a true delight. His unique set of abilities, such as his venom strikes and camouflage, add depth and variety to the combat mechanics. Engaging in battles feels dynamic and satisfying, allowing for creative combos and strategic decision-making. Swinging through the city with Miles' web-slinging skills is a thrilling experience, capturing the essence of being a superhero. The narrative of "Miles Morales" is where the game truly shines. It explores themes of, self-discovery, and the challenges of stepping into the shoes of a legendary hero. The story is well-crafted, filled with emotional moments and unexpected twists that keep you invested throughout. The character development is exceptional, and the voice acting brings authenticity and depth to each individual. As Miles grapples with his dual identities and strives to protect his community, players are taken on a captivating journey that resonates on a personal level. One aspect that deserves commendation is the game's. "Miles Morales" celebrates diversity and inclusivity, showcasing a protagonist who reflects the experiences of many players. This is not only important but also adds a layer of relatability and empowerment to the overall experience. In terms of content, the game offers a satisfying amount of side missions and activities to engage in. Exploring the city, completing challenges, and uncovering collectibles provide additional depth and longevity to the gameplay. However, it's worth noting that the game's length may feel slightly shorter compared to its predecessor, which could leave some players craving more. While "Miles Morales" is an exceptional game, it does have a few minor flaws. Occasionally, the open-world activities can feel repetitive, and the enemy AI could benefit from further refinement. Additionally, the game's narrative pacing could have been more balanced, as certain story beats felt rushed or underdeveloped. In conclusion, "Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales" is a captivating and visually stunning adventure that explores the journey of a young hero finding his place in the world. With its engaging gameplay, compelling narrative, and meaningful, this game offers an experience that transcends mere entertainment. Despite a few minor shortcomings, it remains a must-play for fans of the superhero genre and those seeking a thought-provoking gaming experience. So don your virtual mask, swing into action as Miles Morales, and embark on a remarkable quest of heroism and self-discovery. Reviewed by: Fred Arnold

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age 13+

we all know spider man attacks with his webbs so i would say 13 and up too much violence and attacking

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age 9+

Amazing

amazing game, and Miles is a good role model, learning from Peter before him.

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age 14+

Enter new Spider-Man

I have always enjoyed stories that have a twist from the original, and this game is just that. The violence and language is equal to that of a PG-13 movie from Marvel's early movies. Unfortunately, in one of the side missions, there is a lesbian character, but nothing explicit was said or seen. Other than that, the game is awesome and a high recommendation for marvel fans.

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age 11+

Mild language and violence, good messages and motivation though

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age 13+

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Educational value
Great messages
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Too much violence
Too much sex
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Too much consumerism
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age 11+

If your kid likes spiderman, so they can play it. A tiny bit of swearing tho, but that's all, not much to add, besides that it's a great game

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age 11+

age 10+

Better Sequel.

In my opinion I think Miles Morales is better than the original. The game has violence, yes. But violence in games won’t make kids violent. I obtained the platinum trophy for the game, and it’s not that tough. I think that this game is suitable for any children that are good at puzzles, as there are many throughout the game. And for kids new to PlayStation, there’s a difficulty mode named friendly neighborhood, where you can’t die in combat. No interruptions!

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