Parent reviews for Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales

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Common Sense says

age 13+

Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 10+

Based on 11 reviews

Kids say

age 10+

Based on 47 reviews

age 12+
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This title has:

Great messages
Great role models
Too much violence
age 10+

Better than the original

This game is good and has some language including Holy s--t h--l and mild language like crap. Violence is nothing worse than batman arkham you do electrocute people and they fall to the ground

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much swearing
age 10+

Awesome Sequel, Positive Representations

This game is not a bit underrated. It has everything from web slinging to completing science tasks. Less violent than the first Spiderman, Marvels' Spider Man. The story follows African-American Miles Morales, and how he has to defend the city against criminals. His mentor, Peter Parker, leaves for a trip, leaving Miles to defend the city. This story represents great messages and great role models. It also has plenty of diverse characters. It is very easy to learn, and never goes out of style. Some people could say that the violence in this game is a bit much for younger players, but I think that it is just about right. The heroes get cuts and scrapes in their suits, but it never shows how. There is red around the screen when you are weak, but no blood. Some characters are shown injured, but no blood or gore. On top of that, Miles helps anybody he can, and he is a hard worker. He will not stop when the job is not done. Most of all, he just wants to impress Peter Parker, and get a name for himself as Spiderman. I rate this game 5/5 and I think it appropriate for ten and up.

This title has:

Great messages
Great role models
Easy to play/use
age 12+

Extremely popular new Spider-Man sequel game lives up to its reputation

This game is brilliant, and if your child is 12+ and owns a PS4, they definitely need to buy it. It is an extremely popular game that is a sequel to the first Spider-Man game. Violence - 8/10 There isn't as much violence in this game as in the first one, but there is definitely lots. Punching, kicking and slamming into walls results in goons or henchmen being injured or knocked out (no specific blood). Some villains carry guns and can shoot Spider-Man (there is some blood in these sequences but movement is so fast it is barely noticeable). Some scenes are violent and disturbing, such as the brother of a villain being blown up (only shows his body begin to disintegrate before explosion takes place). There is some shooting, stabbing and deaths of innocent civilians, and another scene involves main character being beaten mercilessly whilst being tied to a chair (he screams in pain each time). Miles' venom power adds to the ferocity of his Spider-Man abilities to kick ass, and this also revolves in a bridge being blown up (if mission fails, people die) and a building is set on fire. Aftermath of this is two main characters bloody and wounded, struggling to get up. Under 12 year olds may find content disturbing. Apart from these, Spider-Man must beat up bad guys to stop conspiracy plots in New York. Language - 5/10. Lots of use of crap, a--hole, and one or two uses of s--t in dialogue throughout the game, but nothing an 11 or 12 year old can't handle. Drugs - 1/10. In the open-world aspect of the game, Spider-Man must stop some ongoing drug deals, but only the powder is briefly shown (easy to miss) and there is no taking of these drugs in the game. Sex - 0/10. References to characters being 'prepared' in case they meet someone cute, but no sex or major kissing scenes whatsoever. Positive messages - 10/10. Miles is a new Spider-Man struggling with the weight of his responsibilities as well as his new powers. He is also trying to cope with the death of his father (see first Spider-Man game). Miles is a friendly kid who enjoys helping those in needs. This game explores the power of friendship, the need to protect your loved ones and the terror of watching them die. It wants us to be more like Miles - a kid who doesn't give up. Awesome game definitely worth playing - competitor for game of the year!!

This title has:

Great role models
Easy to play/use
Too much violence
Too much swearing
age 9+

Amazing game, far too short for the price though

This game is great, but suffers from a bunch of problems, that aren't MASSIVE, but are a bit annoying. Miles Morales is sort of a re-skin of the original, with a different story and different collectibles. Some aspects are improved (stealth, swinging) but others stay exactly the same. The story is far too short, so try to get it half price somewhere. AGE RATING STUFF: Violence: 4/10 PEGI 16 is a bit stupid. There is a bunch of punching, kicking etc. but that is it. It never results in blood, except for a few cutscenes that show little gashes on the head. Langauge: 4/10 One use of sh-t and multiple uses of 'crap' Drugs: 0/10 Not present Sex: 0/10 Not present Overall, the violence is very mild, along with the language, and is fine for a 9 year old.

This title has:

Great messages
Great role models
Easy to play/use
age 11+

Good game overall, good for older kids

I see this game as more of a spin-off than a full sequel, although it can be considered both. I like this game as much as I liked the 2018 Spiderman game. There is frequent punching and kicking in this game, but is integral to every Spiderman game in existence. There are some instances of blood when you are shot by enemies, but it's hardly noticeable because you move so fast most of the time. Sometimes, you can hear enemies talking to each other about smuggling drugs but no drugs are ever present in the game. Language is few and far in-between, words such as "damn" and "a**" (S-word is used once) can be heard. Overall, a good game about fighting crime and protecting the city.

This title has:

Great messages
Great role models
age 13+

Better than the original

This game was worth the wait. It has violence, but it is a superhero game. Miles can make bio-electricity to stun enemies which he calls Venom. One character does die at the end. It was also cool to see a game embracing different races. Enemies use guns and swords and other weapons to try to kill Spider-man.

This title has:

Great messages
Great role models
Easy to play/use
Too much violence
Too much swearing
age 13+

Sequel has language and violence, but also has positive messages

Parents need to know that Spider Man: Miles Morales is a follow up to the 2018 Playstation exclusive. In this crime fighting game, you play as Miles: a 17 year old boy who is trying to protect his city as the new Spider Man when Peter Parker is on vacation. There is lots of combat, you will beat up criminals whoh will often shoot at you. There are cutscenes showing some violence, but it isn't graphic. There are also uses of s--t and a--hole sprinkled in the diologue. If kids can handle the mature content, they will find a great role model in Miles. He is kind, compassionate, and always trying to help those in need around the city. This game has a strong message of standing up for others and that everyone can be a hero. I reccomend this game to teens looking for a well made game with a great story and smooth combat system. Thank you for reading and I hope this helped.

This title has:

Great messages
Great role models
Too much violence
Too much swearing
age 2+

Pretty good game

This game is for 0+... its. a good game, I don't care bout the bad words.

This title has:

Great messages
Great role models
age 13+

One of the best superhero games ever made.

Spider-Man: Miles Morales is the highly anticipated sequel to Marvel's Spider-Man, a game released in 2018 for the PS4. That game, although I have not reviewed it on this website, is absolutely amazing (9.7/10). And Spider-Man: Miles Morales is certainly just as good, if not better, than the original. It definitely lives up to the hype - the story is great, Miles as a character is interesting and likeable, the new features (such as Miles' Venom attacks) are super fun and cool, everything about it is just awesome, even the soundtrack! Playing the first game isn't absolutely essential to enjoy Miles Morales, but it certainly enhances the experience. Just in case you were wondering, I'm playing Spider-Man on the PS4, not the PS5. And it's still incredible! Regardless of what platform you play it on, it gets a 9.7/10 from me.