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E3 underway

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

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Concert

Sony's presser opened with a traditional concert.

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Waterfalls

A waterfall descended, with a light show playing.

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And lights

The waterfall soon became a light show.

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Uncharted

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

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The Lost Legacy

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

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Oh my

Dinosaurs, robots and Aloy.

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New Horizons

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

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Frozen Wilds

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

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Days Gone

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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Days Gone

It got pretty bloody.

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Zombies!

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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The showcase

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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Monster Hunter World

Capcom's Monster Hunter World was next. 

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Monster Hunter World

The game is slated for "early 2018".

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More dinos

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

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Eat

Presented without comment.

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Shadow of the Colossus

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

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Shadow of the Colossus

A boy, his horse and giant monsters.

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Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite

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

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Duty Calls

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

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Call of Duty

That's Call of Duty WWII.

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Elder Scrolls

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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VR in Spaaaace

Next up was a gorgeous platformer called Starchild.

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Starchild

We were treated to stunning level design like this.

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Starchild

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The Inpatient

Creepy horror in VR? Yes please.

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Go fishing with friends!

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

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Bravo Team

Next up in the VR slate is a realistic shooter.

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Bravo Team

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

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Moss

A stunning fantasy land was next on the cards.

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Moss

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

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Moss

Moss, feat. Mouse.

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God of War

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

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God of War

Good at: killing dudes. Bad at: parenting.

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God of War

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

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God of War

Keep your eye on this one.

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Detroit: Become Human

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

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Detroit: Become Human

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Detroit: Become Human

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

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Detroit: Become Human

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Destiny 2

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

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Destiny 2

There's a big evil dude. Who knew?

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Destiny 2

Destiny 2 will be out September 6, 2017.

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Spider-Man

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

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Spider-Man

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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Spider-Man

Friendship, neighborhoods, etc.

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Spider-Man

Spidey will swing onto PS4 in 2018.

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