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PlayStation booth

Sony wowed us at its E3 press conference, and the show floor was the perfect place to take a closer look at what it brought to the show.

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The future is VR

PlayStation didn't announce much in the way of hardware, but it made up for it with a big lineup of games and VR titles.

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Return to Arkham

Rocksteady, the team behind the Batman: Arkham franchise, announced a new VR instalment. Check out the trailer.

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Days Gone

It may not be Last of Us 2, but Days Gone has zombies, motorcycles and...well, that's about all you need.

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PlayStation VR Aim

The PlayStation VR Aim is meant to match your movements 1:1. Perfect for intense VR shooters.

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The Vue from the top

PlayStation Vue is a TV service that streams live TV, movies and sport to your PS4.

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PlayStation Vue

Does better TV start now? People were eager to try PlayStation Vue to find out.

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Big titles

Call of Duty, God of War and Days Gone: Three of Sony's big centerpiece titles formed a literal centerpiece at its booth.

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Gravity Rush 2

It only got a brief look-in at the press conference, but Gravity Rush 2 was playable at the booth.

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Balancing act

The unique narrative-driven platformer Bound also captivated a few players. The creator has called it a "notgame...which is also a game". Intruiging.

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