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E3 underway

Concert

Waterfalls

And lights

Uncharted

The Lost Legacy

Oh my

New Horizons

Frozen Wilds

Days Gone

Days Gone

Zombies!

The showcase

Monster Hunter World

Monster Hunter World

More dinos

Eat

Shadow of the Colossus

Shadow of the Colossus

Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite

Duty Calls

Call of Duty

Elder Scrolls

VR in Spaaaace

Starchild

Starchild

The Inpatient

Go fishing with friends!

Bravo Team

Bravo Team

Moss

Moss

Moss

God of War

God of War

God of War

God of War

Detroit: Become Human

Detroit: Become Human

Detroit: Become Human

Detroit: Become Human

Destiny 2

Destiny 2

Destiny 2

Spider-Man

Spider-Man

Spider-Man

Spider-Man

We're underway with Sony's 2017 E3 press conference!

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Sony's presser opened with a traditional concert.

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A waterfall descended, with a light show playing.

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The waterfall soon became a light show.

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First up is the Uncharted spinoff. Get ready for set pieces and destruction of antiquities!

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Uncharted: The Lost Legacy stars Chloe Frazer, one of Nathan Drake's erstwhile companions.

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Dinosaurs, robots and Aloy.

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Next up, the crowd went wild as add-on content for the hit new Horizon Zero Dawn was teased.

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The short teaser ended on the title: Horizon Frozen Wilds.

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Next up, we got treated to a long gameplay scene from the zombie survival game, Days Gone. It was the third title and the third exclusive Sony had to announce.

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It got pretty bloody.

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Zombies and pirates seemed to be a running theme at this year's show. Get it? Because the zombies are running?

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Shawn Layden took the stage to talk about VR, love of games and PlayStation's killed exclusive lineup. "It's all about the games," he said.

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Capcom's Monster Hunter World was next. 

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The game is slated for "early 2018".

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Giving those zombies and pirates a run for their money. With guns.

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Presented without comment.

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Capcom wowed the crowd with the return of the simply stunning Shadow of the Colossus, coming in 2018.

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A boy, his horse and giant monsters.

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Beat up your heroes in the fighting game on September 19. Or get the demo from today.

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After the slew of Capcom releases, Sony went back to WWII with Call of Duty.

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That's Call of Duty WWII.

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Next up, PSVR time. Sony continued the trend of continuing to release new versions of the huge open-world RPG with a VR version of Edler Scrolls V: Skyrim.

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Next up was a gorgeous platformer called Starchild.

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We were treated to stunning level design like this.

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Creepy horror in VR? Yes please.

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It's Final Fantasy XV time. Monster of the Deep Final Fantasy comes out in September.

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Next up in the VR slate is a realistic shooter.

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Called Bravo Team, there's no release date yet.

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A stunning fantasy land was next on the cards.

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Called Moss, it stars a small mouse in a big world.

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Moss, feat. Mouse.

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Audible cheers from the crowd when God of War's Kratos started to kill some dudes.

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Good at: killing dudes. Bad at: parenting.

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The latest game in the series takes a Norse spin, moving away from the Greek mythology roots.

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Keep your eye on this one.

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David Cage's new game about robot civil rights made a bang with an extended gameplay trailer.

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With huge decision trees that alter the game's story dramatically, Detroit: Become Human looks awesome.

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A trailer for Destiny 2 teased PlayStation exclusives and more of the game's story.

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There's a big evil dude. Who knew?

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Destiny 2 will be out September 6, 2017.

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The show closed on an extended gameplay segment from Insomniac's Spider-Man.

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With combat inspired by the Arkham series and what looks like the return of Spider-Man 2's webslinging physics, this one looks awesome. I'm biased.

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Friendship, neighborhoods, etc.

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Spidey will swing onto PS4 in 2018.

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