It’s that time of year when we’re flooded with first looks, trailers and other assorted news from the video game business. It’s E3 in Los Angeles this week! The chance for fans, journalists, and competitors to get to see what the video game companies are cooking, and from the looks of things, there’s a lot of good stuff in the oven. To wit, a veritable eruption of new game trailers for the Sony‘s Playstation 4 have been released, and they include some pretty big names and a hint at what Sony’s got in store for those looking forward to VR. Hope your browsers up to date, because there are so many trailers below, we just might crash it!
First, it’s interpretive dance, a fine arts thesis and fantasy game play all rolled into one with Bound.
Next up, a new take on the mech-based, first person shooter Hawken, which first came out on PC in 2012. You’ll be able to customize and pilot your own war machine in a dystopian future war.
In Pyre, you get to lead a group of exiles who are forced to participate in gladiator-like fights against other exiles to win freedom from a purgatory-like realm.
Kratos fights his way through Norse Mythology in the new God of War.
As Deacon St. John you’re a drifter and former bounty hunter trying to eke out a living after the end of the world in the third-person shooter Days Gone.
This is the touching story of a young boy and the giant griffin-like creature that he discovers. In The Last Guardian, they team-up to escape their mutual imprisonment.
In Horizon Zero Dawn, you play as a hunter and archer on an Earth ruled by robotic creatures 1,000 years in the future.
Speaking of robots, there’s Detroit Becomes Human, where Kara, a new android, escapes the factory after becoming self-aware in a world where androids are still little more than human-shaped automatons. There are shades of Blade Runner in this one.
Final Fantasy XV proves again that we are far from the final fantasy. This one will be on store shelves at the end of September.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare goes where no other Call of Duty has gone before…
Celebrate 20 years of Crash Bandicoot with his appearance in the new Skylanders Imaginators.
LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens. ‘Nuff said.
Get ready for digital Norman Reedus in Death Stranding!
And since everybody loves Spider-Man again…
Resident Evil 7: Biohazard will be first-person for the first time, and it will be PlayStation VR Mode compatible.
Speaking of VR, there’s Farpoint, an action-adventure game where a mission to save a group of scientists studying an anomaly near Jupiter leads to a fight for survival on an unknown alien world.
Star Wars Battlefront: X-Wing VR Mission should be fairly self explanatory.
You’ll get to play with the full Bat-toolbox as you aim to solve a great mystery in the boots of the Caped Crusader in Batman: Arkham VR.
Stay tuned for more E3 coverage.
Source: Coming Soon