Here’s everything that happened at Sony’s E3 conference

Sony killed it

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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.

The Walking Dead coming to PS Vita with new episode!

Batman: Arkham Origins gets Knightfall DLC on PS3

Exclusive GTA V bundle and headset coming to PS3

Here is what your PlayStation 4 looks like!

The Elder Scrolls Online also coming to PS4

Sony bringing a bunch of music, shows, and movies to PS4

Driveclub, Knack, and Killzone: SF are PS4 launch titles

The Order: 1866 announced for Playstation 4

Bastion follow-up Transistor to make console debut on PS4

Diablo III to have exclusive items on PS3

Kingdom Hearts 3 is finally announced!

Final Fantasy Versus XIII is now Final Fantasy XV                                                    

Maurice needs to be Sony’s new mascot

Slew of indie titles announced at Sony’s conference

Videogame Lebron James is a nightmare

PlayStation 4 won’t restrict used games or use DRM

Mad Max from Just Cause dev Avalanche Studios announced

Sony details EXACTLY how to share games on PS4

Evading the cops and using tablets in Watch Dogs

PlayStation Plus will carry over to PS4, DriveClub free

PlayStation 4 priced at $399

PS4 and Vita cloud service available in 2014

Multiplayer may be subscription-only on PS4

Killzone looks just gorgeous on PlayStation 4 and PS Vita

The Destiny debut we’ve been waiting for

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