Crash is back! Kinda!
Once again Sony put on a great E3 show.
I don’t think it topped last year with the handful of emotional announcements, but they did well. We got a look at PlayStation VR, but it wasn’t too in your face. The Vita seems to be dead. Spider-Man is alive and well, and coming to PS4. And so is Crash!
But Resident Silent Hills Evil 7 stole the show. It looks fantastic, is a full return to horror, and I swear I saw Leon in that puddle reflection in the trailer. The demo getting out as soon as possible is also smart, as is the soonish 2017 release date.
This is the first conference I really enjoyed this year. Again, I really liked Microsoft (especially the hardware and software advancements), but it lacked the excitement you typically see out of an E3 conference. No doubt though, we all win with this amount of competition.
- ABZU is scuba-Journey, coming out in August
- God of War is back and its trailer shows a HUGE departure
- The Last Guardian launches October 25
- Bend Studio’s Days Gone is a post-apocalyptic biker adventure
- Here’s a good long look at Horizon Zero Dawn
- Resident Evil 7 is coming, is VR compatible, demo on its way
- PlayStation VR is out on October 13, ’50 games’ still the goal this year
- Quantic Dream does robots in the Detroit Become Human trailer
- ‘Batman Arkham VR’ announced for PlayStation VR
- Farpoint is a mysterious PS4 shooter in VR
- Play as Prompto in Final Fantasy XV, but only in PlayStation VR
- Crash Bandicoot is coming back with a fully remastered trilogy and a Skylanders appearance
- PlayStation VR is getting an X-Wing experience
- Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare trailer goes to space, looks kind of rad
- LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens demo is out now
- Insomniac is making a Spider-Man game for PS4
- Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered is coming early to PS4 players
- Kojima makes Norman Reedus hang dong in debut Death Stranding trailer
- Here They Lie trailer is creepy, mostly monochrome, VR-compatible