Marvel’s Spider-Man has been an absolute treasure to play. Ever since it made its debut on PlayStation 4, fans have been savoring every single Spidey moment they can get their hands on. It’s only the best Spidey game in years, after all.
One of the coolest features in the game, however, is Photo Mode. Spider-Man can take photos (as well he should be able to) of landmarks throughout Manhattan, pictures of enemies, his allies – anything you want. He’s also able to take hilarious selfies, which people have been doing a whole lot of.
wow. the photo mode in the new spider-man game is no joke. pic.twitter.com/9cngSKIotU— Rebel Scum Finn (@realtraitorfinn) September 11, 2018
God bless Spider-Man and his amazing photo mode pic.twitter.com/ZOPhvZJlXf— Ewan Moore (@EMoore_) September 6, 2018
Spider-Man is my favorite game I've played in a long time. Photo mode just makes it ten times better. pic.twitter.com/B2PK7LtqSz— Caleb Moore (@calebsmores) September 9, 2018
You can’t adjust what kind of pose Spidey will make when taking a selfie, though. Sometimes he’s throw up a peace sign, or he might make a gesture as if he’s about to shoot some webbing. You can change his expression to some extent, as well as the filters of each photo, which can make for some seriously awesome (and often awkward) situations.
Like this one.
And this one.
There’s so much potential for hilarity with Photo Mode, it’s amazing. See what we did there?
after hours of messing with Spider-man's photo mode, this is what i ended up with. so sorry. pic.twitter.com/TlNK4eAuiu— Lukas (@LukasKunce) September 9, 2018
I'm digging Spider-Man's photo mode. pic.twitter.com/dMPPO2lCBf— Dustin Cole (@SnooSnooKachu) September 8, 2018
You can even take comic book covers and cool frames to punch up the awesome photos you snap while swinging through the city, which makes for some very interesting artwork.
There are so many cool parts about this mode that people are sharing online that it’s hard not to want to try it out yourself.
If you’re hankering for some Spider-Man in your life and you have a PlayStation 4, you might consider slinging into a store and grabbing a copy. You can be J. Jonah Jameson. Photo Mode is basically his lifelong dream, distilled into one game: “Get me pictures of Spider-Man!”
You got it, sir. You don’t have to tell us (or the rest of the internet) twice.