The Sony Press Conference at the Tokyo Game Show has now finished and while it was mostly the same game reveals as before, there were a few surprises and a name change for Project Morpheus.
Firstly, Sony showed that they’ve not forgotten the Vita (it’s still doing ok in Japan, apparently) by launching a new wave of 4 different colour options.
Hopefully they’ll also make their way to the UK. We think the Vita is a great piece of kit and Sony should really advertise all the great indie games and cross platform stuff more.
Next up is a trailer for Bloodborne DLC The Old Hunters which should give fans of the game more to chew on (and die plenty of times trying, or was that just me?). The DLC is due to arrive on 24th November but US and European dates may differ.
Regular JapanStudios favourite Everybody’s Golf gets a PS4 outing. The trailer is fully of happy sunny people doing happy sunny stuff in the sun but it makes me happy to just see another Everybody’s Golf game arrive.
Gravity Rush was an early favourite of PS Vita owners and a sequel has been on the cards but first Sony are working on an HD remake of the original for PS4, it still looks stunning on the big screen. There’s a nice look at the forthcoming sequel, too and it looks pretty stunning too.
Ubisoft provide a bit of third party support with their forthcoming For Honor, a dirty and up-close fighter which sees plenty of swords and chainmail swinging about. They then move on to a new trailer for Assassin’s Creed Syndicate and a Jack The Ripper campaign, which takes place 20 years after the events of Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, and tells the story of the world’s most infamous serial killer.
While it wasn’t the most mind blowing or even surprising show, Sony’s conference still managed to produce a few decent surprises for fans of their Japan Studios developed games