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  • April 8, 2016 10:46 PM PDT

    I do have to admit that at least the animation blending and transitioning is seamless.One of my biggest gripes with Uncharted 2 was the janky animation blending when Drake would go from cover to rolling or from ducking to vaulting, or from coming out of cover to shoot – the transitioning suffered from animation judder, where you would literally see the stop of one animation and the start of another. I absolutely hated that.Here, with SpiderMan 2, you don't see the start or stop frames and that makes a world of difference. Not only is the webslinging exceptionally smooth but it marries well to the combat mechanics, allowing Runescape players to smoothly flow from moving around the city to throwing punches against baddies, without a break in Deadman Mode Gold  the momentum or being able to easily spot out the keyframe hopping.Much of the Runescape gameplay also reminds me of Rocksteady's Batman: Arkham Runescape games, as we see how SpiderMan can hop and bop around to multiple baddies without nary a stumble or break in the action. And dare I say it: I think The Amazing SpiderMan 2 might do the mixture of vertical scaling and stealth combat tactics better than the Batman: Arkham Runescape games. However, that's just what I'm seeing from this Runescape video here, and I should also note that the Arkham Runescape games were on the geriatric twins, which automatically limited a lot of its properties to maintain steady performance rates on the PS3 and 360. I get the feeling that Arkham Knight will probably bring the smooth frame rates and equally smooth animation transitions that we're seeing in The Amazing SpiderMan 2 Runescape video to the XB1 and PS4, given that the developers have moved over to the eighthgen consoles instead of downgrading, downscaling and “optimizing” for near decadeold technology.Anyway, The Amazing SpiderMan 2 is due out at the end of April for oldgen consoles, newgen consoles, PC and those expensive lint collectors known as mobile devices. You can learn more about the Runescape game by paying a visit to the official website.