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The Tokyo Game Show is currently underway and Sony kicked off the whole shebang with their press conference, talking about Project Morpheus, Yakuza, a new Resident Evil and more! This isn’t all of the announcements that came from the event, but we’ve got the big ones covered for you.

Project Morpheous, which is scheduled to hit shelves sometime in the first half of 2016, has officially been renamed PlayStation VR. We all knew Project Morpheous wasn’t the final name – it had project in the name for crying out loud – and an official name is a nice way of confirming that this is a real thing that’s actually happening.

The original Yakuza is being remastered and released for PS3 and PS4 in Japan later this year. Yakuza 6, or Ryu Ga Gotoku 6, will hit PS4 in the fall of next year, again in Japan. Fingers crossed one or both of these titles make their way overseas.

Umbrella Corps takes after Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City much more than it does the other games in the franchise. It’s a team-based competitive multiplayer shooter that sees teams of Umbrella soldiers fighting each other amongst a city overrun with the undead. It’s a budget title, and will hit the PlayStation 4 and Windows PC early next year for $30.

Remember Ni-Oh, the Koei Tecmo samurai game that was slated for the PS3? Yeah, me neither, but it’s still on its way, only this time it’s coming to the PlayStation 4. It’s based on an unfinished Akira Kurosawa script, which I’m having trouble wrapping my head around, but my Interest is definitely piqued. Expect the game sometime next year.

Sony also announced new colors for the Dual Shock 4 controllers as well as colored HD covers, in case you’re sick of black on black on black.


Finally, the first expansion for Bloodborne, The Old Hunters, will be available for $19.99 on November 24th.

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