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Top 4 PlayStation E3 Highlights

There were some things at E3 this year that won’t be memorable, but there were some things that some of us are really excited about. This is the top four things to take away from PlayStation’s E3 event.

1. Uncharted: The Lost Legacy


PlayStation opened up their E3 event with a live musical performance. Later in the performance, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy was presented on the screen. This game is a spin-off from the original Uncharted games, but this time it stars Chloe and Nadine (pictured above).

If you would like to watch the trailer, then click here:

2. God of War


The next highlight is the game play of God of War. They showed us more compared to last year’s E3. It was mixed with fight scenes and showed more of Kratos’ son.

For more on the game play, then click here:

3. Detroit Become Human


A surprising highlight was Detroit. People are controlled in a sense by a device in their head. A man goes rogue and decides to go against the status-quo. I’m thinking the man, Marcus, is the antagonist and will cause chaos in the city.

For the trailer, click here:

4. Spider-Man


Lastly, the Spider-Man game! This looks a lot like the Arkham games for Batman for those of you who are fans of the series, but of course with Spider-Man instead. I’m hoping there will be a demo for this so we can check out the controls and how it feels.

If you would like to view the game play, then click here:

Which game(s) are you excited about? Did I miss any? Let me know in the comments!



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My name is Bobby and I love anything entertainment. Playing games, watching TV shows,watching movies, and going to theme parks. I hope you enjoy this blog and welcome!

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