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Sony E3: 20 New Titles And The "Future" Of Gameplay

Posted on Monday, May 7 @ 13:05:53 PST by Keri_Honea

Invitations have gone out for the Sony press conference at this year's E3, and with those invitations came a bit of info as to what Sony will present at the 3-day show.

While Sony will not debut any new hardware at the show, they will have QUITE a bit of software to show. That is, 20 new titles spread over 200 kiosks on the showroom floor. It's a safe bet that more than half of these, if not 75%, will be Vita kiosks.

What's perhaps the most intriguing about Sony's announcement is their slated mantra for E3 as "the future of gameplay and innovation." I love PlayStation products, but I have to say that other than the Vita, Sony hasn't wowed me with their future gameplay for the console in awhile. If their future is more motion controls and 3D, mark me as uninterested. Guess I'll pack some migraine meds in my presser bag for that day just in case.

What do you hope Sony unveils?
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