A system is defined by its games so Sony did a good job of showing us a healthy mix of genres and types of games at their PlayStation 4 unveiling event.
Ambitious looking Watch Dogs which has been rumoured as a cross-generation title has been confirmed to be released on the PlayStation 4 at launch (and Wii U too). It’s packed with so much detail that we’ll leave it to the video below to do the explaining. What we do know is that we’re really looking forward to this game.
And impressive looking video was also released for the fourth home console installment of Dutch developers Guerrilla Games FPS series, Killzone: Shadow Fall.
Sucker Punch unveiled Infamous: Second Son, an installment with a new city and different protagonist and who has a penchant for fire rather than electricity.
Media Molecule, the wonderful creators of LittleBigPlanet didn’t show off a game but did show a tech demo which will form the basis of the new game. It goes a bit Wii Music at the end but they pull it off far better than Nintendo did at a few E3s back.
Blizzard Entertainment have also announced that they’re supporting the PlayStation by confirming that a console version of Diablo III is heading for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. The PlayStation versions will including all of the latest upgrades, such as the Paragon leveling system, customisable Monster Power, Brawling, and epic Legendary items. To make it work better with consoles, Blizzard are also designing an all-new user interface and a new dynamic camera perspective.
And finally we’ve got a gameplay trailer for The Witness, created by the man behind Braid. Confirmed as a PlayStation 4 exclusive (initially), it’s a glorious looking world full of weird puzzles. It’s a unique looking game and will apparently take at least 25 hours to complete.
There were more games sown off and we hope to get them up soon.