Recap: Sony PS3 and PSP at E3 2009

In addition to the official unveiling of the PSP Go, Sony used its E3 spotlight to highlight a slew of new PS3 games and a prototype motion controller.

Kaz Hirai introduces the PSP Go at E3 2009
Kaz Hirai introduces PSP Go Daniel Terdiman/CNET

The leak of the PSP Go days earlier stole some thunder from the Sony E3 press conference, but the company showed a bevy of new PSP and PS3 games, as well as a prototype motion controller.

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PSP Go: The official details
The PSP Go may have been the worst-kept secret of this year's E3 show, but Sony's E3 press conference finally supplied the official details.
(Posted in Crave by John P. Falcone)
June 2, 2009 1:05 PM PDT

Sony E3 2009 press conference shows strong PS3 lineup
While Sony didn't necessarily dazzle us with unannounced exclusive titles, the company definitely cemented the console's beefy lineup with a handful of live demos.
(Posted in Crave by Jeff Bakalar)
June 2, 2009 2:20 PM PDT

PS3 the new Wii? PlayStation Motion Controller aims to perfect the Wii-mote
Sony demos a prototype motion controller that promises to bring Wii-like action to the PS3.
(Posted in Crave by Scott Stein)
June 2, 2009 2:18 PM PDT

PSP game lineup announced: Gran Turismo, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, and more
New portable versions of popular franchises Metal Gear Solid, Little Big Planet, and Gran Turismo headline the list of forthcoming PSP titles.
(Posted in Crave by Scott Stein)
June 2, 2009 12:14 PM PDT

Sony E3 press conference
Daniel Terdiman's liveblog of the Sony press conference as it happened.
(Posted in Crave by Daniel Terdiman)
June 2, 2009 11:11 AM PDT

 

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