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Take a tour through the Sony booth at this year's E3 expo.
Spider-Man, developed by Insomniac Games, had a display to match its lengthy gameplay reveal.
Gran Turismo fans, be patient a little longer. Gran Turismo Sport is still headed to the PS4.
Yes, the Thrustmaster is the name of a PS4-compatible racing wheel.
Call of Duty is headed back to World War 2, launching Nov. 3, 2017.
Playlink is Sony's new means of reaching casual gaming audiences, turning cell phones into game controllers.
Call of Duty WW2, from another angle.
Yep, that's a big PlayStation logo.
The grand entrance to Sony's E3 booth.
The calm before the crowds.
Your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man and his booth's neighbors.
Knack and Ratchet, Sony's two big platformer icons.
Knack 2 is happening. It only makes sense that there would be a real-life Knack at the show, too.
A big showing for Destiny 2, which will continue the tradition of Sony-exclusive strikes and Crucible maps.
The most comfortable way to try out Battlefront 2.
Tons of tiny Xs, Os, squares and triangles.
David Cage's latest narrative game Detroit: Become Human centers around the emergence of self-aware androids.
If it looks like FIFA, plays like FIFA, and even smells like FIFA, then yes -- it's FIFA.
PlayLink, at a distance.
A cold stare and a long line.
Up close and personal with the Spider-Man display.
It's no surprise Battlefront 2 has a big presence at Sony's booth, and at E3 in general.