Sony Trains Spotlight on a Few Good Games

Sony gave PlayStation fans a hefty sampling of what’s coming to its gaming consoles this year at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles. It gave them a long look at a relatively few offerings in its presentation. Compared to Microsoft, which introduced more than 50 games at its presentation, Sony’s event was more focused. The games it chose to spotlight got better exposure through longer gameplay trailers.
Among the games Sony promoted at its presentation:
1.The Last of Us Part II, a much anticipated sequel by Naughty Dog;
2.Ghost of Tsushima, a samurai game by Sucker Punch Productions, which is set during the Mongol invasion;
3.Spider-Man, a game starring Marvel’s favorite web-slinger; and
4.Death Stranding, by video game rock star Hideo Kojima.
Sony also offered sneak peeks at Resident Evil 2 from Capcom and a supernatural adventure called Control from Remedy. Another offering, Trover Saves the Universe, is a comedy game for PlayStation VR by the makers of Rick & Morty cocreator Justin Roiland. While Sony won praise for the quality of its upcoming offerings, it fell short in some other areas, such as details about release dates, which were lacking.

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