Sony killed it
As I said in my Ubisoft wrap-up post, Sony needed to bring it tonight -- and bring it they did. With massive announcements like Kingdom Hearts 3, Final Fantasy XV, and a major slap to Microsoft's DRM-loving anti-consumer practices not once, but twice, Sony was the conference to beat today. I may be getting an Xbox One out of obligation to coverage, but I am legitimately excited for the PlayStation 4.
Sony had a lot to talk about today, so strap yourselves in for what was easily the best conference of E3 so far. Nintendo will follow-up tomorrow morning at 7AM PST.
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