All the Smaller-But-Still-Cool News From Sony's Paris Event
Between 'Guacamelee 2,' 'The Hong Kong Massacre,' and updates for games like "Monster Hunter World' and Destiny 2,' it was a good lineup.
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As part of Sony's Paris Games Week event, the company announced a slew of games, release dates, and showed all sort of trailers. If you missed the livestream, I've collected the major announcements from the show below.
- An updated look at Insomniac's Spider-Man, with a closer look at the actual story:
- The upcoming Shadow of the Colossus remake looks legitimately incredible:
- The first Destiny 2 expansion, Ghosts of Osiris, hits December 5:
- Who knows if Detroit is going to be any good, but this trailer is intense as hell:
- Guacamelee 2 is coming "soon-ish." Sometime in 2018.
- Final Fantasy XV: Ignis Episode, with music by Yasunori Mitsuda, arrives December 13.
- Oure, a beautiful-looking game set in the sky, set to be released later...today!
- The Hong Kong Massacre, a John Woo-inspired Hotline Miami-style game.
- Erica, a thriller that building on Sony's multiplayer PlayLink strategy:
- The Gardens Between, a cute time manipulation puzzle game. 2018!
- A remastered version of Loco Roco 2 hits on December 9.
- EA has reworked The Sims 4 for consoles and it hits November 14.
- Tennis World Tour, the rare appearance of a new tennis simulator, comes in 2018.
- Blood & Truth, an action and spy-focused game, that looks like some big-budget VR:
- Bow to Blood, a space pirates game coming in 2018:
- Megalith, a first-person combat game where you take control of a god.
- UltraWings VR, a flying stunt game seemingly inspired by PilotWings:
- Sprint Vector, a first-person racing game where you're navigating futuristic obstacle courses:
- Moss, a lovely adventure game involving a tiny mouse, arrives February 28:
- Star Child, a platformer in which a tiny person works alongside a massive robot.
Resident Evil 7 DLC add-on Not a Hero arrives December 12.
Pixeljunk VR: Dead Hungry will hit in time for Halloween, October 31.