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With E3 in the rearview, we focus on the bold new future! Specifically, next week’s new releases for June 24th, and an interview with Hello Games on their stunning PS4 sky-fi adventure No Man’s Sky. Plus voicemails, a word from Bruce Straley and Neil Druckmann from Naughty Dog, assorted gags, and more!
During last week’s PlayStation E3 2014 Press Conference, you might remember the illustrious Adam Boyes noting that PlayStation owners were set to receive a ton of exclusive Destiny content — literally too much to detail in the show itself. Now that the E3 hubbub has died down, I asked Bungie and the PlayStation elders to share those details right here on PlayStation.Blog for the first time.
Phew! The biggest show in gaming is finally winding down. Continuing our annual tradition, the US PlayStation.Blog staff has collected some of our favorite E3 trailers in one place. Check out day one, day two, and day three of PlayStation’s live E3 game previews (40+ games!), or just browse the full dump of all PlayStation E3 videos on YouTube.
This is it! The last of our E3 LiveCast game previews, with a special emphasis on independently developed titles. Be sure to check out our day one and day two recaps to catch up on The Order: 1886, Destiny, Mortal Kombat X, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, Homefront: The Revolution, Dead Island 2, Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition and many, many more.
Here’s the latest haul of from day two of our E3 LiveCast! You can catch our day one roundup, which includes interviews and first gameplay footage for Mortal Kombat X, The Order 1886, inFAMOUS First Light, and LittleBigPlanet 3. Or check out day three, which includes Hohokum, Guns Up, Killzone Shadow Fall Intercept, Broforce and a slew of killer indies.
Last night’s Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End trailer (which ran on PS4 hardware, by the way) closed the PlayStation E3 2014 Press Conference with a bang. To get further insight into what Naughty Dog is planning for Nathan Drake, I sat down with Creative Director Neil Druckmann and Game Director Bruce Straley, who famously catapulted last year’s The Last of Us to more than 200 Game of the Year Awards.