Spider-Man: Miles Morales
Project Wingman’s gameplay is largely inspired by the Ace Combat series of games, in which the player can choose from a variety of proposed fighters to participate in battles against air, sea and land targets. Most of the aircraft are based on real-life models, their names and designs have been slightly modified to prevent copyright infringement. The game also supports virtual reality and joystick steering wheel. Continue reading
The player takes control of a squad of 11 characters – both humans and aliens – that make up the Chimera squad. Each character has a set of unique abilities that replace the classes from the previous games in the franchise. The game is divided into turn-based tactical battles and the management of the squad’s non-combat activities. These activities form the strategic layer of the game and allow players to change or upgrade their squad members’ equipment and send them out for investigations. The strategic layer also shows the level of unrest in each area of the city, when it goes out of control, the city is engulfed in unrest.
When the player starts a combat mission, he chooses which characters will participate in it. Each mission can have multiple combat segments. Continue reading
After starting the game, the Game itself, presented as a voiceover, convinces not to play and actively tries to stop the player, although it does not explain why. Having overcome many obstacles, hastily made by the Game, the player launches a program that creates a spatial rift and, in addition, a program anomaly. She calls herself “Mr. Gluck” and declares her intention to do something terrible to the world – the comedy is given the fact that throughout the game his plan will never be heard due to various reasons, such as advertising or interference. Continue reading