This year’s E3 was a great show for gamers around the world with so many incredible games announced across the industry. It was an amazing experience to be on stage at the press conference to once again reaffirm our commitment to gamers to bring them the most innovative, creative game experiences and make a statement to indie developers around the world that we truly are passionate about their games and support them across the PlayStation ecosystem.
This year’s E3 was very special for all of us at PlayStation, with all the buzz and anticipation surrounding PS4. For me personally, I get the added privilege of working with some of the most brilliantly talented developers in the industry, who are all focused to show off their latest creations at E3. We were overwhelmed by the tremendous support we received from the gaming industry during a fantastic E3 week.
A historic E3 has come to a close and it was our honor to be able to share the experience with some of our fans. A small subset of our PlayStation MVPs, a group of PlayStation enthusiasts recognized on our official community forums, were invited to attend the show, our press conference and a few special demos of some upcoming titles.
While you may not have been able to travel to LA for E3 this year, you can still get an inside look at the PS4 and all the PlayStation greatness that awaits by visiting the Virtual PlayStation E3 booth inside of Home. Everyone that enters will receive an exclusive Beyond: Two Souls Dynamic Theme! This year’s booth also has set a new record for most rewards given away in an event. Below is the full list of rewards you can earn for visiting the booth.
While we clear our heads following last week’s salvo of PlayStation news and announcements ($399!), today we’re bubbling up some of our favorite new game trailers from E3 2013. For my money? Nothing’s topping the weird, wistful, and wonderful new trailer for Hohokum, though Transistor, Tearaway, and Octodad all make strong arguments.
First things first: PlayStation 4! E3 2013 is finished and behind us. Feels almost impossible. Between the PlayStation LiveCast, our explosive press conference, and the positively immense volume of posts we published this week, we’re ready to spend the next few days catching up on emails and planning even more PS.Blog content sleeping. Before we […]
Following its debut at PlayStation’s February 20th event in New York City, DualShock 4 has emerged at E3 in near-final form. Though DualShock 3 has proven to be a capable and dependable wireless controller for years with PlayStation 3, the PS4’s new weapon of choice is clearly an improvement across the board. Here are some quick impressions.
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