Fri. Mar 31st, 2023
PlayStation 4 from Sony.
Enlarge / PlayStation 4 from Sony.

Andrew Cunningham

Last year, Sony managed to “win” E3 simply by announcing a $400 console that could play used games. With the Xbox One also costing $400 and capable of playing pre-owned games, the electronics giant may need a bit more to really impress at this year’s show.

So expect a focus on many exclusive PS4 games this time around, from indie darlings to AAA releases. Learn more about the previously teased PS4 edition of the Not charted series is practically a given, but we hope Sony digs a little deeper into its roster for some new franchise updates – is a new Parappa the Rapper or Jumping flash to much asked? (Answer: yes, it probably is.) Who knows, maybe Quantic Dream’s David Cage will come out and apologize for Beyond two souls and announce yet another game that promises to make us feel something in our cold, dead hearts.

While we’re in the realm of wishful thinking, we should note that Amazon recently listed the eternal PS3 no-show The last guard on its online store. We’ve been hurt too many times to hope this is a real sign, but if it is, you’ll hear it here first.

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