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.
Well ahead of its September release, Destiny: Forsaken was on display, and lucky fans got to try it out for themselves.
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.
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.
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.
Ghost of Tsushima sees you
Ghost of Tsushima was another one of the featured games from Sony, and it looks awesome.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.