Modder low_res_jpg over on NexusMods has put collectively a pleasant deal with for followers of Neversoft’s basic PS1 (and Dreamcast and PC and N64) Spider-Man sport. The brand new mod provides 11 low-poly basic Spidey fits (opens in new tab) in all their chunky, flip of the millennium glory.
Spidey’s gotten a ton of videogame variations through the years, however Neversoft’s 2000 entry was particular—and that is not simply the residual magic of discovering it beneath the tree on December 25, 2000 speaking. Neversoft’s sport was the online slinger’s first time in full 3D, dropped at life on the identical engine as Tony Hawk’s Professional Skater. It additionally stays a uncommon comedian ebook adaptation alongside the likes of 2005’s Final Spider-Man—even the impartial setting of Insomniac’s sport has an actual film vibe to it.
Low_res_jpg went the entire 9 yards, even mocking up a classic-style, low poly model of the 2018 sport’s distinctive “Superior Go well with.” The mannequin swaps correspond to pre-existing costumes as follows:
- Superior Go well with
- Basic Go well with
- Symbiote Go well with changing Noir Go well with
- Scarlet Spider
- Spidey Armor changing MK2 Armor
- Spider-Man Limitless changing Secret Warfare
- Ben Reilly changing Homecoming
- Captain Universe changing Damaging Zone
- Fast Change changing Final Stand
Presently, all of them need to be downloaded as one large pack, sharing sure information and changing all the outfits listed. Low_res_jpeg has said on the discussion board that they plan on breaking it up within the close to future, letting you choose and select your most well-liked retro getup and leaving the remainder untouched.
This challenge actually takes me again, and I am all the time a sucker for low poly novelty skins in actual hi-fi video games. Mario’s N64 slot in Odyssey is an efficient one, and I additionally love the MGS1 snake costumes in Metallic Gear Solids 4 and 5. Only in the near past, fellow Nexus consumer FantasyRaiderr gave the remedy to the Last Fantasy 7 Remake (opens in new tab), providing a chunky, toaster-handed Cloud to go along with all of the 4k textures. Now in the event you’ll excuse me, I’ve to go jam out to the PS1 Spider-Man’s principal theme (opens in new tab).
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