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Sony E3 2014 Conference Recap: White PlayStation 4, Little Big Planet 3 and Bloodborne
Post by Eorl @ 04:40pm 11/06/14 | Comments
Sony's E3 2014 conference saw a number of new announcements, both on the AA and indie front alongside some new hardware announcements as well...

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 pamper 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.

Hardware-wise Sony was quite the winner, announcing a brand-new glacier white PlayStation 4 console that will come bundled with Destiny and 30 days of PlayStation Plus time. PlayStation Now, the Sony-driven gaming cloud service will also be pushing its borders further with more US and Canadian gamers being invited to the beta test. PlayStation TV, the previously Japan-only PlayStation Vita TV box will be making its debut this spring in Australia at a recommended retail price of AUD$149.95.


White PlayStation 4 Destiny Bundle Announced, Includes 30-Days PlayStation Plus

Destiny PlayStation 4 Beta Begins July 17, Alpha Beginning Thursday

Little Big Planet 3 Announced

Bloodborne Announced for PlayStation 4, Coming 2015

Infamous First Light Revealed as Standalone DLC for Second Son

Far Cry 4 Gameplay Has Mountains, Crossbows and Elephants

Dead Island 2 Announced for 2015 Release

No Man's Sky E3 2014 Gameplay Trailer Continues to Look Gorgeous

Remastered Grim Fandango Announced for PS4 and Vita

Grand Theft Auto V Coming to PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One Spring 2014

Mortal Kombat X Footage Shows Brutal Gameplay

Uncharted 4: A Thief's End Announced with an in-game Trailer

Batman: Arkham Knight E3 Gameplay Trailer Sizes Up Gotham City

Destiny's First Look Alpha is Coming to Australia, Begins this Friday


Destiny PlayStation 4 Bundle Revealed

Destiny E3 2014 Trailer -- New Beginnings

Little Big Planet 3 - E3 2014 Announcement Trailer

Bloodborne E3 2014 Debut Trailer - Face Your Fears

inFamous: Second Son First Light E3 2014 Announcement Trailer

Dead Island 2 E3 2014 Announcement Trailer

No Man's Sky E3 2014 Gameplay Trailer

Grim Fandango Remake Revealed for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita

Grand Theft Auto V -- Coming to PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One

Mortal Kombat X E3 2014 Gameplay Trailer

Uncharted 4: A Thief's End E3 2014 Trailer

Batman: Arkham Knight - Batmobile Battle Mode E3 2014 Gameplay Trailer