Out of all of the games that have yet to come out in 2018, Marvel's Spider-Man remains as one of the biggest and most anticipated.
And why wouldn't it be? Having a huge budget put into it and being developed by an amazing studio like Insomniac Games means that fans are getting excited for some pretty fair reasons. Even against games like God of War and Red Dead Redemption 2, Marvel's Spider-Man still manages to stand on its own.
Despite all of this good buzz, it seems like the hype for this game might be making people a little unwilling to talk about some of the things that might be major issues in the final release.
Let's face facts: Spider-Man games of the past are far from perfect. Most aren't even that good. There are so many issues that have plagued the webhead's past outings that it's pretty likely a few might seep into the new release. That's not even mentioning the qualms this entry has created all on its own.
Nothing would make me happier than this game being the best Spider-Man experience it can be, and I have faith in Insomniac to make that happen, but let's start being realistic here.