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Tech & Science Everything Sony Showed At E3 2018

03:06  13 june  2018
03:06  13 june  2018 Source:   kotaku.com.au

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Tonight at Sony ’s PlayStation E 3 press conference, they showed off a handful of games including The Last of Us Part II, some more Spider-Man, and the gorgeous-looking Ghost of Tsushima. They also announced Nioh 2. Good night for samurai games! The show was logistically odd, as attendees were

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Today at Sony's PlayStation E3 press conference, they showed off a handful of games including The Last of Us Part 2, some more Spider-Man, and the gorgeous-looking Ghost of Tsushima. They also announced Nioh 2. Good day for samurai games!

The show was logistically odd, as attendees were herded through a couple of different locations while the hosts on the stream vamped for time. It was also light on major announcements, but they did show some nice-looking games and took breaks for a couple of lovely musical interludes.

First up, they showed a bunch more The Last of Us Part 2.

The whole thing was introduced by composer Gustavo Santaolalla playing his Last of Us theme on a six-string banjo. It was neat.

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Tonight at Sony ’s PlayStation E 3 press conference, they showed off a handful of games including The Last of Us Part II, some more Spider-Man, and the This demo started with a dude on stage absolutely shredding on the shakuhachi, which was fantastic and not something I was expecting to see at E 3 .

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We got to see teenage/20-something Ellie hanging out at a friendly gathering and kissing her girlfriend, before a dramatic cut to her killing the shit out of some dudes in a darkened wood.

What followed was a pretty standard video game stealth sequence, albeit one with the absurd, probably unhealthy level of polish we've all come to expect from Naughty Dog games. (Also, side note, Ellie went prone while sneaking, indicating this will be a crouch/run/prone stealth game instead of a crouch/run game. I'm sure you were wondering.)

So basically this demo went: Sweet dancing scene, nice kiss, extremely gnarly murder fest, end on some nice kissing. This game is going to be a lot.

Next came Ghost of Tsushima, an open-world samurai game.

This demo started with a dude on stage absolutely shredding on the shakuhachi, which was fantastic and not something I was expecting to see at E3.

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The Parisian publisher showed a bunch of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, some hot Skull & Bones pirates, and announced a Star Fox crossover as well as a new Trials game. Let’s go over everything Ubisoft announced. They started with an appropriately ridiculous Just Dance 2019 dance number.

Sony came to E 3 2018 promising that it would offer a deeper look at four games, alongside a few other tidbits of information. That’s exactly what it did. There’s something here for every PlayStation 4 fan, though most of the games shown still don’t have a release date. The Last of Us: Part II.

As for the game: The Witcher vibes were strong with this one, which is being developed by Infamous studio Sucker Punch. The demo depicted a character making his way through war-torn feudal Japan, with the kind of sword fighting and sneaking you would expect.

Damn, though. It was really nice-looking. Like, wow. Leaves.

Control is a third-person game from Remedy.

It looked pretty wild, and given that it's made by the folks behind Max Payne, Alan Wake and most recently Quantum Break, I will play it.

We got a look at the Resident Evil 2remaster.

It looks nice, though I'll admit I didn't even play the remaster of the first one. It's coming out on 25 January 2019.

We got another look at Kingdom Hearts 3's Pirates of the Caribbean world.

I feel like I've seen so many minimal-context snippets of this game at various press conferences over the last two days that I have no idea what it even is any more. Does anyone? Does anyone know what Kingdom Hearts 3 is? I'm not sure anyone does. Anyway! Here's CGI Jack Sparrow!

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Let’s go over everything Nintendo showed . Super Mario Party will let you use Switches in a fascinating way. The trailer for Super Mario Party showed a That’ll do it for our coverage of the E 3 2018 press conferences. You can find roundups of all of those press conferences below. The E 3 show floor is

Sony came into this conference from a position of strength and the confidence tonight was palpable. The comfort they have in their market position throughout was evident and indicative of a company fully in their stride. There was also a shocking and glaring lack of dates on nearly everything we saw.

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Hideo Kojima's weird-arse sci-fi/horror/I-don't-know-what game still looks wild, and like the sort of thing that will continue to be weird right up to and probably well after it finally comes out and I finally play it. Makes sense, since this game seems as though it's gonna involve a lot of time-shifting f---ery.

Nioh 2! F--- yeah!

I'm psyched about this. Super psyched! I need to finish the first game. But I don't care! I will still play this. OK, I think I worked through my excitement just then. Thank you for sharing this experience with me.

Spider-Man looks great and I want to play it, too.

That's the point of these press conferences, right? To make us want to play a certain video game? If so, mission accomplished re:Spider-Man.

Sony's big stage show ended with Insomniac's Spider-Man, which is coming out in September. The sequence they showed had a prison break featuring a whole bunch of Spidey's most famous enemies, as well as some outrageously expensive-looking setpieces and action sequences.

Last but not least, FromSoftware is making... a PSVR game!

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Let’s go over everything Bethesda showed off. We got a closer look at Rage 2. Well, first, they had Andrew W.K. come out for a spirited if awkward stage performance. At one point, he successfully rocked out while playing keyboard, which any rock band keyboardist will tell you is no small feat.

A Few Other Things: People who pre-order Black Ops 4 will get some free maps for Black Ops 3, and if you have a PlayStation Plus subscription you get Black Ops 3 as a free download today; we saw a short Destiny 2: Forsaken trailer indicating Cayde-6 is gonna get shot, or killed, or "killed" and then you spend the campaign bringing him back from the dead. They also showed a platformer called Trover Saves the Universe from Rick and Morty's Jostin Roiland for PS4 and PSVR.

And that's that! No big surprises at Sony's show, but it sure has been a good E3 for samurai stuff.

Only one more E3 conference until we can all go walk around outside and not think about video games for a week... wait, no, I mean one more press conference until the expo floor opens and we can go play these games, talk to the people making them, and chase news until we catch it and train it to fetch us our slippers in the morning. Stick around, because E3 is just getting started.

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