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A visual recap of the first PlayStation 4 games announced

Feb 20 // Jordan Devore    @DtoidJordan

A high-res look at the current PS4 software line-up

You might have seen our recap of what was announced during the PlayStation 4 event already, if you weren't watching it unfold with us live. This video is Sony's recap of the next-gen software revealed thus far and it's great if you're short on time.

What made the highlight reel? Creepy old man sure did. While the actual console itself might not have been shown today, collectively, this is less stuff we'll have to hear about during E3 2013 -- barring any major repeats -- and for that I am thankful. I'd rather have a tease now than the full thing all at once at a much later date.

Did anything stand out to you? Deep Down looked quite nice, particularly after I squinted and thought really hard about Dark Souls. Truth be told, it was Sony's willingness to allow independent developers to self-publish that had me most excited about the new console, not any one title put on display. I'm okay with that!

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