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A very jet-lagged Joel Windels rounds-up Sony's E3 press conference in LA, which happened in the early hours of this morning BST...
Sony took the opportunity to detail a number of their future releases at their press conference in Los Angeles, held in preparation for E3. After apologising for the PSN outage, playable footage of Uncharted 3 was shown, featuring stunning graphics as Drake navigates his way through a number of set-pieces aboard a sinking vessel. The multiplayer beta was announced to begin on the 28th of June and the full game releases on the 1st of November.
Next up was Resistance 3, which was shown to be Move-compatible as well as available in 3D. More hands-on footage was shown, and it was also revealed that a bundle that includes the game, PlayStation Move, the navigation controller and the EyeToy is also scheduled for release.
The strongly rumoured HD remakes of Team ICO's classics, both ICO and Shadow of the Colossus, were confirmed and dated for September. Also undergoing the HD overhaul are the God of War PSP titles, which are getting a makeover suitable for the PS3.
Kobe Bryant was on hand to help out with the promotion of NBA2K12 and its newly-announced Move compatibility. Details of how effectively it works remain sketchy, but the glamour of the occasion certainly won over the crowd. So too did the unveiling of Sony's $499 3D TV, which not only comes bundled with active 3D glasses and a copy of Resistance 3, but also includes the amazing new multiplayer ability to have two players looking at the same screen without split-screen, as each player is viewing a different image.
Medieval Moves, Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time, StarHawk and Star Trek were all displayed and discussed, as well as PlayStation-exclusive features for various upcoming games. Purchasers of Bioshock Infinite will receive a free copy of the original Bioshock, Battlefield 3 owners will get the acclaimed Battlefield 1943, the new Need For Speed game will have seven PS3-only supercars, the PlayStation version of SSX will include a special Mt. Fuji level, and the ambitious Dust 514 was declared a PlayStation 3 exclusive.
Unfortunately there was no sign of The Last Guardian and as expected, there was not even the slightest whimper from Valve. To wrap up the spectacular conference was the Beastie Boys' Mix Master Mike, followed by Dave Navarro/Velvet Underground (I think).
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