Here’s every announcement from the PlayStation Experience keynote

Sony bombarded PlayStation users with more than 40 games in an hourlong, E3-in-December keynote this afternoon. Let's call out what's on the horizon:
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    Sony bombarded PlayStation users with more than 40 games in an hourlong, E3-in-December keynote this afternoon. Let's call out what's on the horizon:


    Uncharted 4 is getting a new chapter: The Lost Legacy. The stars are Chloe Frazier and Nadine Ross.

    The Last of Us Part 2 is confirmed. Ellie is back; apparently so is Joel.

    • What was rumored to be Marvel vs. Capcom 4 is now official, and it's called Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite, thanks very much.

    • And btw, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, MIA from both consoles' marketplaces since 2013, is back on PlayStation 4.

    Let It Die, the newest game from Suda 51 and Grasssshoper Manufacture, is free on PlayStation 4, right now. What is it? Imagine the Dark Souls franchise wrapped in a futurisitic punk motif.

    • Crash Bandicoot is remastered in the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, coming next year.

    Destiny's December update will bring back Sparrow racing. At last!

    • There was another trailer for Horizon: Zero Dawn.

    Windjammers, the frisbee-flinging Neo-Geo game old enough to drink now, is coming to PS4 and PS Vita.

    • The Resident Evil 7 demo — its last — is out now for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR.

    • Knack is back, sweeping up snack packs in Knack 2.

    • PlayStation's futuristic racing series Wipeout is returning with a remastered collection on PlayStation 4.

    • Akuma joins the Street Fighter 5 roster on Dec. 20th

    Lara Croft Go, the Tomb Raider entry in Square Enix's well-executed mobile lineup, comes to PlayStation 4.

    • PlayStation's portable mainstays PaRappa, LocoRoco and Patapon are jumping into the PS4's lifeboat.

    • Both Yakuza 6 and a remade Yakuza Kiwami — the original game — are on the way to PS4 in the West.

    • So is Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony.

    Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom, also showcased a trailer.

    Absolver is a multiplayer combat role-playing game, coming from Sloclap and Devolver Digital.

    • Starblood Arena, by San Diego Studio and Whitemoon Dreams, was announced for PlayStation VR.

    • The venerable dogfighting series Ace Combat is back with Ace Combat 7.

    MLB The Show 17 stars newly minted hall of famer Ken Griffey, Jr. on the cover. The baseball simulation features a throwback, arcade-style mode of play, and appears to be threading some clubhouse scenes into its Road to the Show career-mode experience.

    Ys Origins, a 10-year-old JRPG that only got English localization in 2012, is coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita Feb. 21, 2017.

    Resogun creators Housemarque and Eugene Javitz, of Defender and Smash TV fame, are teaming up to make Nex Machina for PS4.

    Dreadnaught is coming to PS4 next year.

    • Play as Raven in Gravity Rush 2’s DLC.

    Nier: Automata gets a March 7, 2017 release date for PS4.

    Which are you most excited for? Let us know in the comments below!

    Source: Polygon

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  1. televisedfool
    It was a great conference. :biggrin: