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BraLoD said:
Are people really trying to say Sony is sitting on their asses because of this? Really?
Just now they have 3 new big IPs in full development with a lot of gameplay shown and one looking better than the other (Days Gone, Dreams, Ghost of Tsushima).
Their other studios just came out from stuff as Horizon and God of War. Plus GT Sport that wasn't that hot. The others have announced sequels (Naughty Dog), collabs (Japan Studios) or in working stages of development. They also just got one of the most wonderful remakes ever released with Shadow of the Colossus contracted with Bluepoint. They even finished The Last Guardian.
They are working close with very talented people (Hideo Kojima) and studios (Insomniac) to bring high quality exclusives from outside too.
What fucking else do you guys expect them to announce at this point of time? (Aside of a dream like The Legend of Dragoon)
Sony is sitting on its ass? The PS4 is leaps and bounds better than the PS3 in every sense. Even than the PS2.
Get your act together.

Bolded: No (at least I'm not).

I rated it 7/10 which is not a bad score at all but still with room for improvement. In my opinion Sony had the winning formula in 2015 and 2016. Here we had a constant flow of varied and interesting games back to back. I don't want them to focus only on the big and proven 3rd party action games. I'm a PlayStation gamer because of the variety.

TLOU2 is the game I'm looking forward to the most and it had an awesome gameplay reveal but I think the overall conference would've been a lot more interesting if they'd shown more games. They could've secured more 3rd party premieres like Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, Devil May Cry V, Cyberpunk and Shadow of the Tomb Raider as well as show gameplay from already announced games like Spyro, MediEvil Remake, the secret Bluepoint game, Babylon's Fall, FF7 Remake, Shenmue 3, Yakuza 6, Ace Combat 7, Dead or Alive 6, GT Sport's Summer update, Concrete Genie, Blood and Truth, Déraciné, etc.