Andrew House kicks off the keynote

Following Microsoft Xbox's keynote, Sony PlayStation also held a press event at the popular annual gaming conference known as E3. Here, the president and Group CEO of Sony, Andrew House, kicks off the presentation.

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White PS4 coming in September

House announced the white variants of the PS4. Available September 9, it comes bundled with the hotly anticipated multiplayer shooter Destiny.

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Destiny beta released in July

Launching in beta July 17, Destiny is a gorgeous sci-fi game that House believes "will help define this next generation of game."

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The Order: 1886

A sneak peak at The Order: 1886, a new steampunk-style action game.

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Entwined

The creators of Entwined, explain their new game. Developed in Sony's San Mateo studios, it's about "two souls who are in love but can't be together."

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Hitting PS4 first

Entwined is available for $9.99 for the PS4. PS Vita and PS3 versions will be available later this year.

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inFamous: Second Son

Sony announced new content for inFamous: Second Son, which will arrive later this year.

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Little Big Planet 3

Also coming to PS4 is Little Big Planet 3, the third installment of Sony's hugely creative platform game.

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LBP 3 shows off new characters

Three new characters are coming to LBP3, with different abilities. The game will launch in November.

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Shuhei Yoshida comes on stage

Shuhei Yoshida, president of Worldwide Studios, Sony Computer Entertainment, arrives at the show.

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FarCry 4

A preview for Ubisoft's FarCry 4.

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Boyes invites friends to play FarCry

VP of publisher and developer relations at PlayStation Adam Boyes says users will be able to invite other friends to play alongside them for FarCry 4 even if they don't own a copy of the game.

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Dead Island 2

Boyes announced the zombie parody game Dead Island 2 as well as The Last of Us. Not only is this game coming to PS4, it's also coming to an exclusive themed dungeon for Blizzard Entertainment’s Diablo III.

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Battlefield: Hardline

A gameplay trailer for Battlefield: Hardline, EA's upcoming cops-and-robbers title. PS4 owners are able to get early access to the game's pre-release version now.

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Grim Fandango resurrected

Double Fine announced it will remaster Grim Fandango, a classic game, for PS4 and Vita.

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A slew of new smaller titles

A rundown of other smaller titles coming to PS4: Broforce, Titan Souls, Not a Hero, Hotline Miami 2, and The Talos Principle.

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Giant Squid launches Abzu

Giant Squid introduces its brand new game, Abzu, developed by the same people who brought you the dreamy Journey.

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Under the sea

Abzu appears to be an artistic, exploration-type game that takes place in the sea (whereas Journey was set in the desert).

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No Man's Sky

Sean Murray of the small Hello Games studio introduces No Man's Sky.

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Explore different worlds and species

No Man’s Sky is a sci-fi game where you fly from world to world, exploring different planets and discovering new species.

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Touching on Project Morpheus

House explains how the response to Sony’s Project Morpheus was far greater than expected. The PlayStation camera will now work with the Morpheus, he says.

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1 billion sessions on Now

President and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment America Shawn Layden discusses PlayStation Now. More than 1 billion multiplayer sessions have been played on PS4 since launch, he says.

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YouTube will arrive for Now

Layden also announced that YouTube, Twitch, and Ustream will come to the PS4.

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PS Now service for Vita

PS Now will be available on Vita. There are more than 100 Vita titles in development today, Sony says, including Child of Light, and Tales from the Borderlands. Minecraft will follow soon.

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Sony's set-top box

Sony announces PlayStation TV, starting at $99 in the US and AU$150 (£85) in Australia. It allows gamers to remotely play PlayStation 4 on a TV elsewhere in their room.

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Starting at $99

It will also play most Vita titles, as well as some older games. Disney Infinity is also coming to the device, along with more than 1,000 games at launch.

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Mortal Kombat X

Preview gameplay of Mortal Kombat X, the newest addition to the fighting game legacy.

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Last of Us remastered

A look at a remastered version of Last of Us, one of 2013's most highly acclaimed games.

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Metal Gear Solid 5

A still from Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain. Fun fact: Kiefer Sutherland will voice Snake in MGS 5.

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Grand Theft Auto 5

Grand Theft Auto 5 will come to PS4 later this year, as well as the PC and Xbox One. PS3 and Xbox 360 players can transfer their characters and online progress to the PS4 via Rockstar's Web service.

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Batman Arkham Knight

Footage from the latest Batman game, Arkham Knight. It comes with Scarecrow nightmare missions only available on the PS4.

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Uncharted 4: A Thief's End

Lastly, Sony announces Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, which will launch in 2015.

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Sony wraps it up

Sony's press conference hit the high notes, covering new titles and beloved sequels, updates to the PlayStation Now service, and the set-top box, PlayStation TV.

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