Review of Sony’s E3 Press Conference

Sony opened up with the show with some sweet music and visuals, granted probably unnecessary but a pleasant addition. Their E3 press conference was all about the games though. Shawn Layden made an appearance only twice during the shorter than usual presentation. (Granted it was shorter than other years but I thought the games they showcased were very good, even the VR stuff). They started off strong and it got somewhat weak in the middle but they ended it strong with a lengthy Spiderman demo. One criticism I have is on the release dates. Not a lot of the games they showed are coming out this year and some didn’t even have a release date shown, so that’s frustrating.

There’s been a lot of criticism about the Spiderman game after yesterday because of all the quick time events, but to me, it’s just like playing Uncharted. I thought the gameplay looked awesome and graphics were top notch.

The games I’m most excited for are Spiderman, Days Gone, and of course God of War. Detroit: Become human looks intriguing but need to see more gameplay and what exactly you do in the game. Shadow of the Colossus is a classic and I definitely will play it again in full HD.

I’ll post more blogs relating to certain games when they get closer to their respective release date. Comment and share below!

Of course, if you missed it, here is the full press conference plus all the official trailers.

Watch the full E3 press conference below

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, new story mode (Releases Aug. 22, 2017)

Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds (2017)

Days Gone

Monster Hunter World (Early 2018)

Shadow of the Colossus (2018)

Marvel vs. CAPCOM Infinite

Elder Scrolls in VR

Star Child in VR (New IP)

The Impatient in VR (New IP)

Monster of the Deep, Final Fantasy XV in VR (New IP, September 2017)

Bravo Team in VR (New IP)

Moss in VR (New IP)

God of War (Early 2018)

Detroit: Become Human (New IP)

[Featured photo by Polygon]


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