In addition to putting the finishing touches on Spidey I’ve been playing a couple of others (the first with the kid, and the second late at night):
LEGO Incredibles is pretty much what you’d expect. There’s little variance in LEGO games these days. That said, this one feels a bit cleaner and more straightforward than some others recently, while remaining colorful and exciting. We’ve been having a great time with it.
Resident Evil 7: Biohazard is pretty strong so far. It’s the return to the franchise’s “survival horror” roots, and they do a nice job of it—rich atmosphere and some creepy setpieces and a few heart pounding moments as you fidget for clues. I guess it has been a while since I’ve played a survival horror game because I am finding it nicely tense and at times need a quick break from the atmosphere despite not being a shrinking violet when it comes to horror. I definitely see why people had a hard time playing it in VR mode.