Sony is the last of the big 3 developers of E3. The Playstation 3 has had a tough time trying to break into the console market. What with losing exclusives to the Xbox 360 or having games being available on both consoles (hence leading consumers tend to go for the cheaper of the two) Sony has still a long way to prove that their current-gen console is worth the purchase. The PSP however has had more success (though not as much compared to the phenomenon that is the DS) which has led to the development of 4 different iterations of the same handheld, the latest being (a badly kept secret) the PSP Go.
With so many mistakes so far can Sony still manage to eke a portion of the gaming market? We'll take a look at what they offered in their conference this year to find out. You can only go up once you hit rock bottom.
- Sequel to Square-Enix's MMORPG: Final Fantasy XI
Little Big Planet
- No information
Resident Evil (Working title)
- Two-part controller which the PS3 camera tracks while the player is holding them
- I don't really know how to explain this but watch the video to see what it does
- Releasing in Spring 2010 (US)