Best 5 Moments From Spider-Man: Miles Morales

With a game this great, we’re sharing the best moments from Spider-Man: Miles Morales. This list includes some epic boss battles to emotional scenes with this incredible cast of characters. Although it’s a short game, there are still plenty of memorable moments to experience.

Best Moments from Spider-Man: Miles Morales

Insomniac Games looks like they have another hit on their hands with Spider-Man: Miles Morales. It’s an excellent follow-up to 2018 Spider-Man that brilliantly explores Miles as Spider-Man. While it’s a short game (clocking in around eight hours just for the main story), there are so many great moments to experience. So we’re going to count down the best moments from Spider-Man: Miles Morales. If you haven’t beat the campaign ahead, be aware there are huge spoilers ahead.

5. Holo Vulture Training

Training done right

Training done right.

The reward for completing all the Training challenges ends with one of the funniest moments in the game. Hologram Peter has a surprise for Miles, and that’s reenacting his first battle with Vulture. The way that Yuri Lowenthal acts as Peter pretending he’s Vulture is downright hilarious. The overtop geriatric voice and bad bird puns had me laughing so hard that I would get distracted from the fight. It also shows how great of a mentor Peter is for Miles. He doesn’t look down on him but encourages him and wants him to do well. This surprise boss fight shows a little training can reap great rewards.

4. Taking Down Rhino

Here comes the Rhino.

Here comes the Rhino.

The tone is immediately set from the beginning with this fantastic opening set place. You’re thrust into the action as Miles and Peter try to take down an escaped Rhino. Peter goes down, and Miles stands up to Rhino with his newly discovered Venom punch. Adding Venom into the mix was an excellent addition that heightened up the combat. This opening fight successfully established the tone in a bombastic way.

3. Creating His Suit

New digs

New digs.

This fun montage helped set up that Miles doesn’t need to compare himself to Peter but establish his own sense of being Spider-Man. Ganke and Miles use the teared up old suit to create a new Spidey suit that looks absolutely incredible. The intercut shots of Miles swinging through the suit while testing out different functions back in his room is a lot of fun. The montage might seem a bit cliched, but that’s not a bad thing. It showed the first giant step of Miles coming into his own.

2. Uncle vs. Nephew

Family fighting

Family fighting.

You knew going into this game that there would be a fight between Spider-Man and the Prowler, but it still came as an emotional gut punch. Aaron Davis isn’t trying to defeat Spider-Man; he sees himself trying to protect Miles, so he doesn’t get himself killed. Yet, Miles is fighting back because he has a responsibility to save Harlem. The battle gets intense as both uncle and nephew fight for their own beliefs. It ends with Miles beating his uncle and giving a powerful monologue about how he can’t pick when to save people; he just needs to do it.

1. He’s Our Spider-Man

Harlem's hero

Harlem’s hero.

Throughout the game, Miles’s main arc dealt with him trying to find his footing in his personal and superhero life. The finale perfectly wraps up his arc and shows his growth. He doesn’t hesitate to try to sacrifice himself to save Harlem. Phin saves miles as some of the residents of Harlem surround him without his mask on, commenting how young Miles is. It’s hard not to shed a tear as everyone shields him from the press as he swings away. When asked by the media who Spider-Man is, one guy told them that he’s our Spider-Man. Not only does Miles figures out his true potential on being Spider-Man, but his community embraces him as their hero.

Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Launch Trailer I PS5, PS4

What moment was your favorite? Let us know in the comments down below. Spider-Man: Miles Morales is available on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.

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