Sony brought it with the games today. We got surprises, progress and ultimately, amazing games that we expect from Playstation.

Uncharted Lost Legacy

Uncharted Lost legacy kicked off the show showing the amazing visuals that we’ve come to expect from Naughty Dog. We got some insight into the story that is also sure to deliver.

Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds

Our girl Aloy is returning in the first DLC for Horizon Zero Dawn. Titled The Frozen Wilds the DLC looks to take place in the northern area of the map with a potentially new machine.

Days Gone

Days Gone was up next and it looks great. We got some of the gameplay, which looks to be open world and we got a look at the games combat as well as some of the gadgets players will get to use. Also, zombified bear. Nothing else needed.

Monster Hunter World

Monster Hunter is coming to PS4 early next year.

Shadow of the Colossus

Next year those that missed out on Shadow of the Colossus will get a chance to play what looks to be a remake of the critically acclaimed PS2 title.

Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite

The popular fighting series is also coming to PS4

Call of Duty WWII

PSVR

PSVR came with a handful of titles including Skyrim, Star Child, The Inpatient, Final Fantasy XV: Monster of the Deep (coming in September), Bravo Team and Moss

God of War

God of War gave us some more visuals that let us know more about the upcoming game. The combat that we know and love from the title is returning, albeit updated, with some very nice executions. Kratos even has a shield that would put Captain America to shame. Its set too come out in early 2018.

Detroit Become Human

Detroit Become Human shed more light onto the games story.

Destiny 2

Destiny 2 was up next and we got a nice look at the games villain.

Spider-Man

Spider-Man closed the show with a look at the game’s amazing gameplay. Reminiscent of the Arkham series games, Miles will be coming with a bevy of gadgets. The game confirmed that Kingpin and Martin Li (Mr. Negative) will feature in the game.

And that was just the main show. The pre-show came with a bevy of games like Ni No Kuni 2 (November 10), Knack 2 (September 5), Matterfall (August 15), Grab Turismo Sport (fall), Superhot VR, Tropico 6 and Undertale on the PS4 and Vita.

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  • DipDopDoopidy

    I have to be honest. This article seems more like a “Here is what was at PlayStation’s E3 Press Conference” than an actual review.

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