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Sony brings its 'A' game

With the most popular gaming console in the world, you know Sony was going to go all out at E3 2018 -- and it did, with a lot of exciting stuff to show off. 

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Destiny: Forsaken

Well ahead of its September release, Destiny: Forsaken was on display, and lucky fans got to try it out for themselves.

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You brought a Gameboy to a console show?

With all the games coming from Sony in the near future, you can't blame this guy for wanting them on his handheld, but he may need to upgrade.

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The Last of Us Part II selfie

The sequel to arguably one of the best single-player games ever definitely has Last of Us fans excited. Whether this guy ever looks at the picture he's taking again is up for debate though. 

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The Last of Us Part II stage

Did we say Sony went all out? Yeah, when a company's set to talk about The Last of us Part II is this extravagant, you know it means business.

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Ghost of Tsushima sees you

Ghost of Tsushima was another one of the featured games from Sony, and it looks awesome. 

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Spider-Man

Judging by his facial expression, either this guy skipped breakfast or he doesn't like having his picture taken. Either way, he's lucky to be able to try out Spider-Man well before its September 7 release.

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PlayStation logo

Whoever came up with the idea to use the legendary PlayStation controller button shapes as a background knew what they were doing. Give this talented person a raise, Sony.

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Spider-Man must be engrossing

The level of concentration among the fans is off the charts as they try out Spider-Man for the first time. 

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Mario's destiny?

Hey Mario, you're in the wrong booth, buddy. Nintendo is over that way. But who can blame you for taking a break? Destiny 2: Forsaken looks like it will be a great update for the game when it drops in September. 

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Spider-Man is watching

The way Sony designed the Spider-Man section of the booth was really cool, with a city backdrop and the actual web-slinger posing on a ledge.

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Caught in his own web

You know how when you walk through a spider web, it's like the worst surprise ever? This guy doesn't really give it much thought. 

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Web blossom?

Spider-Man will assuredly have skills you can master, but we can't help but notice one of them in the upper-right part of the screen. What exactly will "Web Blossom" do? Guess you'll have to wait until September to find out.

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