Sony’s incredible E3 2012: the full report!

Wow, that was insane, This year’s E3 was full of awesome news for Sony, what a great year, check out the full article for a detailed report:

Playstation Suite was renamed Playstation Mobile.

 

That’s it.

See you next year for more awesome E3 news from Sony!

  1. garrei’s avatar

    was pretty sweet… I don’t think it will, but if they brought out The Last of Us for PC.. That would be so great (as I do not own a PS3) but damn… that game looks so good.

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  2. OMightyBuggy’s avatar

    That is all?

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    1. wololo’s avatar

      I’m being sarcastic, in order to show how Sony’s E3 was disappointing to me.

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      1. OMightyBuggy’s avatar

        I didn’t get to see it, but wasn’t that surprised to hear much of anything anyways.

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      2. ivana humpsalot’s avatar

        Haha its funny when every year ppl get all hyped up thinking Sony will reveal the ps4 only to be let down :*( =)

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        1. robbin swallows’s avatar

          ;( i think sony will stick to their “10 year life cycle”

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  3. AlphaKiloCharlie’s avatar

    LOL. Wait, you didnt actually enjoy it? Come on, there were some cool things for the Vita and the Last of Us looked pretty sick. Also, PS ONE games for the Vita, there was alot of good stuff that i think they did well on, Why didn’t you like it though, im quite curious.

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    1. Shinrow’s avatar

      I must agree with you. This event was good, not great but almost. Only things missing are Vita titles, but they had no time left for that. And at their E3 booth, there’ll be Vita games to see. And moreover, there’s an event for Vita this month if my memory serves well.

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  4. Rey’s avatar

    It wasn’t that bad, but i’m disappointed in how they didn’t do that much for the Vita :/ PSone support, Black ops: declassified and Assasins creed 3: liberation where the only things that they announced for Vita :/

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  5. UnboredTimez’s avatar

    Truly disappointing -.- not much for vita unfortunately but the games were amazing, “Beyond Two Souls” and that demo for “The Last of Us” was absolutely breath taking!

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  6. anon’s avatar

    Sony spends somewhere between 12-15 minutes showcasing eye/move “childrens story” type games for ps3 for their press conference.. Why, were there alot of moms in the audience?!?!

    A few scraps of nice ps3 preview footage but what about the vita that they are losing $ on. Specifically how are they attending to that ?

    I’m with wololo, if that is the best they can do for a keynote@E3, they need new management.

    The audience laughed at some of the “key” reveals, it’s a sign that many (not all) were shite and/or boring.

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  7. Israel’s avatar

    I think they are just killing Vita. That was really sad.

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  8. anon’s avatar

    PS: Sony loves the vita so much they offer psp/ps one games. Yes, sony, that is why people purchased the vita for all the psp and ps one games. ps. actually, no they didn’t.

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    1. garrei’s avatar

      pretty bloody true anon… they could at least bring out crisis core onto psn <3 that psp game!

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  9. Dutt’s avatar

    hahaah nuff said..

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  10. Blitz913’s avatar

    Yeah Sony’s event was only good for Battle Royale, PS1 games on the Vita, New free games for PS Plus Users and The Last of us, and Beyond. OK Most of it was nice, but it was too short and i remember one of the announcers from Spike TV mentioning a Price drop for Sony products. What happened to that?

    Sony, you could have done better.

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  11. R.A.V.S.O’s avatar

    That expected moment, when the step-forward portable
    ….takes a step backwards.

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  12. anon’s avatar

    Stay tuned for next years E3 everyone, sony will headline with the release of a “glow-in-the-dark” move controller and will announce even more PSP and PS ONE games for VITA. I’m adding $500 US to my PSN wallet in total anticipation.

    Hopefully when the PS4 releases I can also play MORE PSP and PS ONE games on it also.

    Thanks, Sony, for understanding your customers. <3 <3 <3

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  13. jlo138’s avatar

    Lol! This is why I visit this site every day. I was at work and just started laughing when I read this and my coworkers were wondering what I was laughing about so I had to explain. They then laughed too.

    This is just sad for Sony.

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  14. StepS’s avatar

    i agree with you wololo :)

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  15. Sin’s avatar

    Anything announced for the vita we already knew was coming. not one thing new. just release dates really…

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  16. svenn’s avatar

    I’m still not sure if I should buy a vita or throw my money out of the window, both ways I get absolute nothing.

    Seems Sony found a way to let players get more “replay” value, get it ? get it ? “replay” and “value” they get the value, you get the replay !

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    1. Jokester’s avatar

      Throw it out the WINDOW!

      Now where do you live?
      Let me know when you do this..
      I will stand by your window the day you do it. :D

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  17. wiseguy’s avatar

    If vita is latin for “life”, it’s a pretty bloody boring life you got there, Sony.. lmao

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  18. dimy93’s avatar

    Not that bad actually but expected more Vita news

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  19. Richard_Wayne’s avatar

    I was impressed up until they introduced the most ridiculous peripheral! The wonder book…. What is Sony thinking?

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    1. dimy93’s avatar

      I liked Wonderbook- I wouldn’t buy it or sth like that but looks interesting
      I’m impressed with the commitment of Sony to the project and their realised need of inovation soo Wonderbook- we’ll see it could turn out to be succesful

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    2. dimy93’s avatar

      I liked Wonderbook- I wouldn’t buy it or sth like that but looks interesting
      I’m impressed with the commitment of Sony to the project and their realised need of inovation soo Wonderbook- we’ll see it could turn out to be succesful

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  20. anon’s avatar

    Hey Sony, can you do me a wonderbook for “How to lose money and then have to cut 10,000 jobs, so that you can concentrate more on games”, I’d like to play it with motion control and eyecamera if possible, by holding a book at the fuckin’ tv screen.. .

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  21. anon’s avatar

    Hey Sony, can you do me a wonderbook for “How to lose money and then have to cut 10,000 jobs, so that you can concentrate more on games”, I’d like to play it with motion control and eyecamera if possible, by holding a book at the tv screen. Why didn’t microsoft or nintendo think of this?? .. h0h0h0

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  22. anon’s avatar

    ..The rumour mill says they are coming out with a Playboy wonderbook. In the game, you just place the book on the floor and rapidly move the motion controller up and down over the top of it. It’s another Sony innovation.

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    1. corvis87’s avatar

      lol i think they hit the wrong group with that product it would have been nice for my kid but i dont think they will have a good launch with this product.

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  23. garrei’s avatar

    … well… the lights were cool :/

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  24. jamhouse’s avatar

    i agree, sony’s conference was week this year they had almost nothing new. mostly just new game trailers. no new ps3 features except some gay wonderbook and nothing new announced for vita that we didnt already know. i was hoping for alot more vita announcements but sony shit the bed!

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  25. jesse’s avatar

    And I still don’t regret selling my Vita :) Guess it’s psone on my psp and when they release actually great games (FFX) instead of announcing then maybe ill pick back up the Vita.

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  26. youngoz’s avatar

    I was VERY disappointed… everything other than wonder book and the assassin creed bundle were all I saw that was new…everything else we pretty much knew about… no BIG surprise from Sony…

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  27. Richard_Wayne’s avatar

    It will be funny if Sony adds a POPSloader clone to the PSP emulator to support the PSone titles on the Vita :P

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  28. Israel’s avatar

    PSOne titles for the Vita a good thing??? How come paying for games I already have is a good thing?? We have no new games for you, but we’ll give you our oldest library of games, and by the way, don’t expect a lot of them at first…

    How is that a good thing? Taking money of something you already own… They are killing the PS Vita!

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    1. Richard_Wayne’s avatar

      Well a lot of people are appalled at the Vita didn’t launch with ps one support… I could care less. I play my ps one disc on my ps3 as well as some titles I have downloaded from the PSN. I would rather see some new Vita titles than repackaged games I owned and enjoyed a decade ago.

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  29. anon’s avatar

    Summary of Sony’s E3 in .gif form :

    http://i.minus.com/iCXX1fHU2RUXn.gif

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  30. The Aiden’s avatar

    I’m surprised at how many people thought this was a disappointing showing from Sony. Personally, I thought the whole Wonderbook thing was completely farcical, ludicrous even. How anyone thought that was a good idea is beyond me.

    However, The Last of Us looks unbelievably good. Beyond, if Quantic Dream’s CV is anything to go by, will be brilliant.

    The seafaring combat of ACIII impressed me, but I really liked the reveal of ACIII: Liberation.

    Not being one for fighting games or hack & slash, I didn’t care for PS Allstars or GoW: Ascension, but for people into those games, they look to be hitting all the right notes.

    Now, the thing that I really thought was a nice touch was the upgrade to PS plus. They are going to make full games available for free to subscribers. That alone is worth the entry fee, but the fact that these include AAA blockbusters like LittleBigPlanet 2 and inFAMOUS 2, makes PS+ highly desirable at this time.

    One final thing I want to say: If anyone has yet to see the trailer for Watch Dogs, go and view it immediately. You will not be disappointed.

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  31. Danny’s avatar

    This is unfortunate..

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  32. Gessekai’s avatar

    LOL Damn…That was some strong sarcasm I was like “OH BOY! :D” then It took a second to register the lack of information.

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  33. Guardian’s avatar

    That was Epic!

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  34. Volts’s avatar

    At first I looked at the post I din’t know that wololo is being sarcasm… But in my mind I was like… Wtf,,,, but thx for clarifying in the comments otherwise I would have thought wololo became ‘kuku’… Are u playing d3 btw?

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    1. wololo’s avatar

      I ordered a new computer (my current computer is 6 years old, and is having a hard time displaying firefox, I think it would die just by inserting the diablo disc in it) which should be shipped very soon to my place (sometimes this week). Then I’ll get Diablo 3. I heard bad comments about the “always online” constraint though… so I’m kind of wondering if I should wait and see if Blizzard publishes a “offline ok” patch…

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  35. Aniruddha’s avatar

    maybe the next big reveal from sony will be the most exciting, filled with suspences, and full of thrills that requires the skills of a hardcore gamer will be revolutionary “TETRIS EVOLUTIONS – VITA EDITION” at the proper price tag of 50$.

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    1. xSpectrum’s avatar

      I would actually pay up to $25 for that.

      I love Tetris.

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  36. Aniruddha’s avatar

    maybe the next big reveal from sony will be the most exciting, filled with suspences, and full of thrills that requires the skills of a hardcore gamer will be revolutionary “TETRIS EVOLUTIONS – VITA EDITION” at the proper and fair price tag of 50$.

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  37. Alex’s avatar

    E3 2013

    Awesome news from Sony:

    PlayStation Phone (formelly known as PlayStation Suite) service was discontinued due to non-emulator support :D

    New service, named PlayStation Next is on his way of release, it’ll show partially – what will be next E3? (E3 2014)

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