Whether you were impressed or underwhelmed, Sony's PlayStation 4 reveal event last night certainly wasn't a waste of time. Among the details revealed were a slew of games that are confirmed to be in development for the platform - and here you can watch the trailers for all of them.
More games are obviously going to be shown at E3 - with limited time to highlight particular products, Sony focused on a number of known first-party IPs, a few new ones (in Knack and DriveClub) and a string of third party titles to demonstrate the keen support of publishers. There was even time for an indie showing, in Jonathan Blow's The Witness.
Watch 'em all below.
The latest game from Crash Bandicoot executive producer Mark Cerny, Knack is a colourful little action platformer that features a tiny robot. A tiny robot that can mould itself into different forms with the use of compatible debris. For those wanting something a little different from the realistic shooty shooty bang bang, this will be right up your alley.
Killzone: Shadow Fall
Speaking of shooty shooty bang bang, Guerrilla Games has picked up the slack on this front with a new Killzone game. It certainly looks more colourful than previous titles on the PS2 and PS3, and the cityscape seems interesting enough. This is a shorter version of a gameplay demo that ran during last night's event.
inFAMOUS: Second Son
Sucker Punch's latest in the comic book-influenced action series focuses on the necessity for security in a futuristic world. It's all a bit Watch Dogs, really. No real gameplay to speak of, but plenty to get fans of the series excited about.
Evolution Studios steps in for the Forzas and Gran Turismos of the world with a new racing IP called DriveClub. The concept for this is about multiplayer group races, with club management accessible via smartphone and tablet apps, and social networking functionality on the PS4 itself. Above all else, Evolution wants to introduce the concept of the 'First Person Driver'.
Capcom's medieval dragon-busting game looks to be taking a few cues from Dark Souls, but we can dig it. We almost thought this was another sequel to Dragon's Dogma for a second. Could still be, technically. Who knows? Only (Yoshinori) Ono apparently.
Bungie's ambitious new shared shooter has been confirmed for a PS4 release, and this time around the studio decided to share a morsel of gameplay footage along with the announcement. Rather nice of them.
Ubisoft's futuristic thriller stunned the world at E3 2012, and it was equally as striking when it was presented on stage for Sony's PS4 reveal. A new segment of gameplay was shown, which saw the protagonist hack into people's bank accounts, protect fair maidens and abuse traffic control systems to dodge the cops. Nice.
Jonathan Blow's new indie game will be hitting the PS4. It will arrive on Sony's console first, at the very least. There was suggestion of a timed exclusive deal last night, but suffice it to say that it probably didn't take Blow much convincing, given Sony's track record with small development studios. Take a look - it's very puzzle-y.
Bah! These aren't even the full-length videos shown at the event. I wanted get the Drive Club vid up on my monitor here at work and see if I could see the nap on the upholstery, or count he strands of the carbon fibre. Lol. What a lot of toss. Is it any good as game? That's all I care about.