Insomniac Games

Marvel's Spider-Man DLC: Silver Linings Review

According to an old saying, every cloud is supposed to have a silver lining, and as Spider-Man, you often have to look for the good in a whole sea of bad. Thankfully, the Silver Linings DLC for Marvel’s Spider-Man has a whole lot of good to it, so searching for the proverbial good part wasn’t that hard.

Marvel's Spider-Man DLC: Silver Linings Review

Marvel's Spider-Man DLC: The Heist Review

Released over a month ago, Marvel’s Spider-Man has been a permanent fixture on my PS4. I play it the way I played Spider-Man 2, which means there’s a lot of aimless swinging and random crime stoppage. Sure, I could have started a new game and gone through the five star story again (which, btw, I am doing right now on New Game+), but I wanted to make sure that my Spidey was pristine when the promised DLC was released.

Marvel's Spider-Man DLC: The Heist Review

Song of the Deep

What isn’t there to love about Song of the Deep? Insomniac Games brings out the best of the retro golden age and blends it perfectly into a new and modern package for everyone to enjoy.

Song of the Deep

Ratchet and Clank: Into the Nexus

By publishing the game three days before the launch of the PS4 without any hoopla, Sony has all but guaranteed that sales of this game will be abysmal.

Ratchet and Clank: Into the Nexus

Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault

I came into this review with a lot of harsh thoughts based on what amounts to “You took my single player away from me.” But after examining what was accomplished, and what was released at a decent price range ($19.99) for the package, I am kinda seeing the value in Insomniac's latest R&C experiment.

Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault