Nov 6, 2020Jacob WolfESPN Staff Writer CloseStaff Writer for ESPN. com
Reports across multiple games, including League of Legends, Super Smash Bros. , Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, and Call of Duty.
Specializes in investigative reportingFollow on TwitterFacebookTwitterFacebook MessengerPinterestEmailprintThere's a cutscene in Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales where, after fighting off a horde of goons attacking a local park, the young Black protagonist reconvenes with a female mute street artist who was ambushed. In a special moment, the two speak in American Sign Language, as the artist explains how, since she was a child, she has followed Spider-Man's heroics throughout New York City. She's referring to Peter Parker's version of the character, but as the conversation progresses, she hones in on a crucial and central node of the game: how much it means to her that this Spider-Man, Morales' version of the webslinger, is protecting her neighborhood of Harlem.
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