E3: Sony press conference wrap-up

8:33 PM on 06.06.2011

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor

As the rumors leading up to E3 2011 suggested, Sony decided to side with the PlayStation Vita name for the device previously dubbed NGP. The handheld was a large focus during the company's press conference, and for good reason.

It had a solid showing, with a number of big-name Vita games discussed, and a lovely $249/$299 price point disclosed. In general, the event went rather smoothly, I thought. Next time, boys, be sure to start on time. Think of poor Nick Chester.

E3 New Game Announcements:
God of War Origins Collection brings PSP games to PS3
E3: PS Move title Medieval Moves: Dead Man's Quest shown
E3: Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time announced, coming 2012
E3: Irrational bringing BioShock to NGP
E3: Draw tracks with your finger in ModNation Racers NGP
E3: InFAMOUS lead playable in Street Fighter X Tekken

E3 News:
E3: Sony press conference streams and liveblog
E3: Jack Tretton addresses PSN issues at start of show
E3: Uncharted 3 multiplayer beta dated
E3: CinemaNow coming to PlayStation 3
E3: ICO/SotC HD collection out in September in 3D!
E3: Sony pushes hard to get consumers invested in 3D
E3: LittleBigPlanet 2 gets better Move support
E3: Details trickle in on PS3 exclusive Dust 514
E3: BioShock Infinite getting PS Move support
E3: PS3 gets SSX, Need for Speed, Battlefield exclusives
E3: Move-outfitted Resistance 3 Doomsday Edition for $150
E3: Sony confirms PlayStation Vita, $249/299 pricetag
E3: Large number of third parties creating games for Vita
E3: PSP hits 70 million units sold worldwide
E3: NBA 2K12 includes PlayStation Move support

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