Sony doesn’t quite have their back to the wall the way Microsoft and Nintendo do, but despite their leading position, their E3 2014 press conference was largely free of the ego and hubris the company has sometimes been guilty of.
Their message was simple — we’re have the best, most varied exclusives, and even non-exclusives will be best on our machine, and they mostly backed that up with an eclectic, impressive line-up of games.Hit the next pages for a recap of all the most important stuff that happened during Sony’s 2014 E3 Press Conference…
The Last of Us Remastered
Sony gave fans a first real glimpse of The Last Of Us Remastered and it’s looking good. Basically the game now actually looks as good as early bullshots of the PS3 version. The game’s coming surprisingly soon too — July 29th.
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The Order: 1886
We got a new “gameplay” trailer (a lot of it was obviously scripted) that gave us a taste of the survival-horror side The Order: 1886.
How this will mesh with the Assassin’s Creed-esque gameplay we’ve already seen I don’t know. I’m still not entirely sure what to think of this game, but that werewolf/zombie hybrid thing certainly was creepy.
No Man’s Sky
Sony seems to be putting their full weight behind indie game No Man’s Sky, as they spent more time on it than pretty much any other game. Can’t blame them, as the game is certainly looking impressive. Basically, everyone starts on their own procedurally generated planet and you can eventually take to outer space and visit everybody else’s planets. Looks like pretty mind blowing stuff — hopefully it doesn’t end up as another Spore.
Grand Theft Auto V for Next-Gen
Do I really need to say anything?