Sony is All About the Games at E3 2016 Dylan Duarte June 14, 2016 News Yesterday we brought you the biggest announcements from Microsoft’s E3 2016 press conference. Last night, Sony had their turn, and while they didn’t announce two new consoles (or even one!), they showcased a lot of promising games. And if that’s not what E3 is all about, then what is? Here are some of the biggest games that Sony showed off during their press conference. Crash Bandicoot is Back Crash is back! While his only new appearance will be in Skylanders: Imaginators, Sony’s 20-year-old mascot will be returning via remastered versions of Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2, and Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare We already new about this, but Sony brought a brand new trailerto the convention. A lot of people consider the Call of Duty franchise to be running on fumes, and I may or may not be one of them, but I have to admit that taking the franchise to space really gives it a new feel. Spider-Man Hot off of his very well-received stint in Captain America: Civil War, the webslinger is coming to PlayStation 4 courtesy of Insomniac Games, the creators of the Resistance, Spyro, and Ratchet & Clank series. It seems like a good fit, if the trailer is any indication. Death Stranding After a much-publicized split with Konami that lead to the cancellation of Silent Hills, Hideo Kojima is back – and with a new horror-ish game staring Norman Reedus that in all honestly could just be Silent Hills under a different name. Good for you, Hideo. And welcome back. Resident Evil 7 Despite the rollercoaster quality of the series as a whole, it’s hard not to get excited about a new Resident Evil game. Resident Evil 6 wasn’t well-liked, so the fact that this new game seems to be a big departure should stir up some hope in nervous fans. The game will also be playable in VR, which should make for a terrifying ordeal. I just hope that the game isn’t constructed in such a way that the non-VR experience suffers. Days Gone It feels a little risky dumping a lot of money into a zombie game when the world at large seems to be suffering from undead fatigue, but I’d be lying if I said the gameplay didn’t look impressive. In Days Gone, you take control of a member of a biker gang in the post-apocalyptic pacific northwest while you try to survive against hordes of flesh-eating undead. Original? Maybe not. Promising? Maybe so. Detroit: Become Human David Cage’s games seem to be polarizing, to say the least. Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls seem to have as many passionate detractors as they do diehard fans. Regardless of your feelings on the types of games Quantic Dream produces, if you can watch the Detroit: Become Human trailer without getting a bit of a chill, you might be more robotic than its protagonist. God of War That’s right! Kratos is back, and beardier than ever. Sporting facial hair that would make a lumberjack proud and looking quite a bit older than when we last saw him, Kratos is raising a son on his own, teaching him to hunt and scolding him when he does poorly. He’s not exactly father of the year material, but the action looks better than ever. The Last Guardian And last but not least, Sony confirmed that The Last Guardian is finally making its way to the PlayStation 4 on October 25th. I probably didn’t need a header from this short little section, but I bet it got your blood pumping. Share This With The World!