Published: Sat, June 17, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Grace Becker

Sony's annual Playstation press conference at E3 2017

Sony's annual Playstation press conference at E3 2017

Perhaps the most surprising announcement at the Sony conference was a Shadow of the Colossus remake, which was revealed with a gorgeous trailer exploring locations and beasts from the original game.

For long time fans of the older Spider-man games, Insomniac's take on the game looks fresh and new while still holding onto the things we loved so much about the earlier games.

Sony today confirmed that its PlayStation 4 console has sold through more than 60 million units worldwide.

Sony showed off plenty of games at its E3 event, though most them we already knew about.

Sony Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida was speaking to Japanese gaming publication Famitsu (which has been kindly translated by Siliconera) and revealed that Bluepoint Games' modern reimagining is in fact a remake. The game has Wilson Fisk, popularised by Netflix's Daredevil as a minor villain, the ability to play stealthily as well as hands-on and insane stunts such as the helicopter balancing one seen in the trailer.

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Detroit: Become Human didn't get a release date, but it did get a brand new trailer showing off gameplay and some of the decision making David Cage games are known for.

Sony's big conference kicks off at 6pm PDT/9pm EDT/2am BST (and yes, I'm in the United Kingdom so thanks Sony!). The gameplay of the upcoming Spiderman game by Insomniac games, Marvel, and Sony Interactive Entertainment has incredible acrobatic abilities and web-slinging in the open world. The trailer further revealed that the game will be released to the market on August 22. This game is set for release in 2018 and for now, it's a Playstation 4 exclusive.

Speaking with Indonesian website 'JagatPlay', Yoshida-San was asked about PlayStation Experience and the Tokyo Game Show.

There's nothing new here other than that Sony is dipping back into their old treasure trove of great IP that came out during the PS2 era in order to sell people old popular games with a new coat of paint.

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