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Post by Eorl @ 05:15pm 11/06/14 | 2 Comments
Sony's E3 2014 conference was filled with a number of large title announcements, and once again proving that Sony's indie relationship is helping pad out the wait time between AAA title releases with an almost staggering amount announced during the conference.

Of the indie titles announced, one of the more surprising reveals was a remastered Grim Fandango for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita, with respected developer Tim Schafer and his studio Double Fine Production working on the project. Schafer quickly pointed out on Twitter that other platforms will be announced "soon," so don't be disheartened by the initial PlayStation-only announcement.

Hello Games' remarkable and gorgeous looking sci-fi open-world title No Man's Sky made an appearance at Sony's conference, blowing us away with even more spectacular footage since its reveal late last year. On the AAA front we saw Grand Theft Auto V announced for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, plus From Software's grim-dark action RPG Bloodborne revealed.

Check it all out in our Sony E3 2014 Conference Recap over here.



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Sam
Posted 09:17am 12/6/14
Grim Fandango has me pretty excited, I think Sony has won this generation of consoles.
Grimjack27
Posted 03:27pm 13/6/14
Ditto, Grim Fandango is a winner
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