None of these games were given release dates, they weren't even given release years, and only the fourth game of the bunch, Spider-Man, is in the final stages of development.
Spider-Man comes to PS4 on September 7. That not only looked disconnected, but it made the swinging action feel limp and boring.
Surprise surprise, Spider-Man PS4 still looks spectacular. But the mechanics also seem deep and nuanced enough to be something you'll actually have to get good at in order to truly soar like Spidey.
While a Sinister Six movie may or may not be happening (most likely not), at least they'll have the Spider-Man video game. The combat looks exceptional, the graphics are stunning, the characters are interesting, and the entire world is one that we just want to dive in. Kingpin has been mentioned as a villain in this game, but has yet to be seen.
My demo ended with an epic boss fight against perennial Spidey villain Shocker, which consisted of an ebb-and-flow of dodging his charged electricity attacks, tossing debris at him to lower his shield, and going in for a few punches. Here we learn about a new villain - this was later confirmed in a PlayStation blogcast. Since then, the alternate-reality version of Peter Parker has kept a relatively low profile.
Looking a bit like the premise behind Batman's breakout game, Arkham Asylum, the trailer begins with Electro breaking out all the prisoners from the supermax prison The Raft. Ultimate Spider-Man didn't play a big role in Spider-Verse, the precursor to Spidergeddon, so maybe this will be where he makes his big comeback.