The long-awaited PlayStation Showcase has come and gone, just like that. And while the event seems to have divided opinion among hardcore fans — like us! — we thought it'd be interesting to break the showcase down into two categories: winners and losers. Because even though the show as a whole might have broken more than a few hearts, we think it's sometimes a little unfair to lump everything together — especially when the event itself ran for over an hour.
So, without further ado, these are our PlayStation Showcase winners and losers...
Winner: Metal Gear Solid
Hideo Kojima may no longer be a part of Konami, but the games he made during his tenure were so good that they simply can't be left behind. Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater is real — a full current-gen remake — and the first three Metal Gear Solid games are going to be bundled together into one big PS5 collection, which just so happens to be launching this year. Franchise fans are loving life right now.
Sheesh, where do we even start with this one? The PlayStation Showcase opened with the reveal of the dreadfully named Fairgame$, and its shockingly uninspired CG trailer pretty much set a disappointing tone for the rest of the event. Now, we don't want to dump on a game before we've even seen it in action, but this is the "innovative" new PlayStation IP from Haven Studios, the developer Sony snapped up in 2022?
Just to recap, Fairgame$ is a competitive multiplayer heist game with a clear emphasis on attitude. Given the number of similar live service titles that get binned on a regular basis, it just seems like such a tone deaf move from everyone involved. We'd love to be proven wrong, but it's hard to have faith in Sony's live service plans if this is the kind of thing it's cooking.
You'd think Capcom would be tired of winning after the last decade or so, but no, the Japanese powerhouse continues to try and carry events like the PlayStation Showcase. A lovely new trailer for Street Fighter 6 and a reminder that Resident Evil 4 is coming to PSVR2 would have been fine, but it also decided to unveil Dragon's Dogma 2 to the world with a great looking gameplay video.
Capcom's output has been outstanding for a long time now, and it's really starting to feel like very few other companies can compete in terms of consistency.
Loser: PlayStation Studios
There's just no getting around it: we're still in the dark when it comes to PlayStation's first-party projects post Marvel's Spider-Man 2. The general sentiment was that this PlayStation Showcase had to give us some kind of roadmap for the future of PS5 — but really, all we got was the inevitable reminder that Peter Parker is back later this year, alongside shrug-inducing CG trailers from two of Sony's latest acquisitions.
We're still trying to work out why The Last of Us' multiplayer project wasn't featured, and why games from the likes of Sucker Punch, Sony Bend, Bluepoint, and many more remain in the dark. Simply put, Sony hasn't been this secretive in over a decade — since before the PS4 — and that doesn't make for a particularly exciting showcase, does it?
Winner: Alan Wake II
A lot of people were sceptical of Alan Wake II's touted 2023 release window, but it actually looks like the long-awaited sequel really will release this year. The horror-driven adventure had one of the PlayStation Showcase's best trailers — all gameplay running on PS5, it should be noted — and it topped things off with a confirmed 17th October launch date, adding yet another potential blockbuster to what has been a quality year for gaming.
Seriously though, cross your fingers that we haven't just jinxed this into oblivion.
Loser: Phantom Blade Zero's English Voice Acting
Look, that reveal trailer for action RPG Phantom Blade Zero was sick, but man, that voice acting. We've already seen loads of comments about it online, and to be totally honest, it didn't seem too bad to us when we were actually watching the show. However, we've since gone back to the trailer itself, and yeah, it's bad. Egregious, even.
"This is a real face!"
Winner: Helldivers II
The original Helldivers was a great little co-op-focused shooter, and we're frankly delighted to see the franchise return with what looks like a genuine evolution of the concept. It's gone from being a top-down blast-'em-up to being an over-the-shoulder bullet sprayer, and the trailer does a great job of conveying the probable chaos.
And the best part? It's aiming for a 2023 release date! Just the kind of reveal that we like to see.
It's still early in PSVR2's life, but the PlayStation Showcase still did a disappointingly poor job of conveying why early adopters should be excited for the platform's future. As it stands, Resident Evil 4's VR adaptation is still the only 'big' PSVR2 title on the horizon — with all due respect to Arizona Sunshine 2 and Crossfire: Sierra Squad — and the distinct lack of PlayStation Studios announcements was a real kicker.
We've had Horizon Call of the Mountain, but what's next? Your guess is as good as ours, because Sony clearly doesn't want to play ball.
Winner: Sword of the Sea
Some trailers just give you good vibes, and that's exactly what we got from Sword of the Sea. Longtime readers will know all too well that we're massive fans of Journey — a rare Push Square 10/10 — and this Giant Squid project basically looks like the spiritual successor.
The deciding factor, though? It doubles down on the best part of Journey's gameplay: the effortless sand surfing. And here, you use a big sword as a surfboard. We couldn't ask for more, really.
Loser: Granblue Fantasy: Relink
Okay, before we're beset by weebs, we need to stress that we think Granblue Fantasy: Relink looks really good. We've been following this project for what feels like an eternity — it was first announced in 2016! — and to be frank, we're just a bit sick of not having a release date.
When it popped up at the PlayStation Showcase, we thought "this is it, it's finally happening" — but no, we had to settle for another (slightly more specific this time) release window. We don't necessarily have a problem with that, but when a project has been this bogged down in the development cycle — rebooting with a change of developers and enduring several delays — we can't help but roll our eyes at 'winter 2023'.
At this point, Cygames simply has to commit to a date, lest we start thinking Relink will be delayed. Again.
Winner: Marvel's Spider-Man 2
There's no doubt that Marvel's Spider-Man 2's gameplay reveal would have gone down better if it was rounding off a more impressive PlayStation Showcase — but in isolation, it's a bloody good video. We've given it another watch in 4K, and we'd argue it's right up there with something as bombastic as an Uncharted announcement. The level of detail is mental, and the way it combines so many crazy setpieces makes us wonder what else the PS5 sequel has up its sleeve.
Developer Insomniac Games has said that Marvel's Spider-Man 2 takes full advantage of the current-gen hardware, and after that showing, we're inclined to believe it.
Again, we don't necessarily want to dunk a game that we're yet to try, but it doesn't take a genius to see that Foamstars has a serious uphill battle on its hands. Not only is this yet another live service title with a multiplayer focus and trying-to-be-cool character designs, it's blatantly, er, taking inspiration from Nintendo's colourful Splatoon franchise.
And believe us, the last thing you want is for your game to suffer the wrath of unhinged Nintendo fans. Although having said that, it worked out pretty well for Genshin Impact!
Yes, unlike the actual queen, Queen is still kicking, as evidenced by the freshly announced Beat Saber DLC. More than enough to warrant a Winner spot in this admittedly bumbling article.
What were you winners and losers from the PlayStation Showcase? Vote for the biggest winner and biggest loser in our polls, and then feel free to make your own lists in the comments section below.
Dragon's Dogma 2 blew everything else out of the water and into space. S'gone. S'allgone.
I think firewalk was the overall biggest loser that trailer explained absolutely nothing. Fairgames at least showed what kind of game it was.
On the fence about PSVR2 being a loser. I was massively disappointed we didn’t see Astro bot or even any ports of the big last gen releases, but the news that Resi4 VR would be the whole game, and the stealth drop of a free upgrade for Beat Saber…those were pretty big. And AS was one of the better games of last gen by all accounts, and SS being a single player focused game makes it much more interesting than the general FPS stuff.
All in all there was more VR stuff that interested me than pancake, but that’s not saying much.
@Loamy Capcom is just killing it now. Glad to see they made such a big come back.
I would’ve voted for Capcom if we saw Pragmata, but it’s too much of a bummer that it hasn’t been seen in years to give them the win, even if I was happy with their portion of the showcase. MGS wins for me, though Alan Wake 2 is a close second. Depending on June 11th, we may also be retroactively crowning Xbox the winner of the showcase as well if they’ve got a more compelling line-up.
There were more losers than winners in this showcase unfortunately. I think the ultimate loser here though is the Sony fan that doesn’t care for GAAS titles. The GAAS titles were embarrassing and frequent and, if you don’t like those and don’t care for Spider-Man, the release schedule looks sort of bleak for exclusives post-FF16.
@Americansamurai1 I literally thought we were getting No Man's Sky 2 and I was wondering why it changed developer.
Capgod has definitely earned its moniker!
Calling beatsaber a winner while granblue relink a loser cos of the release date 😅
@MFTWrecks really felt similar to when they first teased starfield oddly enough lol
I'm like the only person who seems to think Foamstars might be fun, but it's not a hill I'm willing to die on. Games have always been derivative, it's fun that counts. I like the camp and cheese which is in stark contrast to Fairgames' edgy cringe, absolute no go for me. Fairgames' gameplay could be blessed but I wouldn't touch it with a bargepole with that teeny/edge window dressing, absolute dross.
@get2sammyb can't wait to see their next remake. Either resident evil or to the shock of everyone dino crisis finally.
@Sequel I think it probably do really good in Japan.
Alan Wake II was all I needed but man was that a dull showcase.
All of the games looked good except for the live service games(not including Marathon and Destiny).
Revenant Hill looks like it's going to be fun, Sword of the Sea looks like it's going to be an enjoyable time. Plucky Squire looks amazing, and Neva looks like it will be great. Phantom Blade looks awesome but who knows when that comes out, Cat Quest games are always good, and Granblue looks great but needs a exact date lol. MGS, Alan Wake, Final Fantasy 16, Street Fighter 6 and Assassin's Creed all look great(especially FF16 and SF6).
I get that the main issue everyone is having is that their weren't really any Playstation Studios First Party games but I think we just need to wait till later in the year to see if they have another even specifically for that.
I'd rather Sony show Last of Us Factions, Ghost 2, Sony Santa Montica's new games, Bluepoint's next game and also Sony Bend's next game when they actually have something to show. Not just a trailer or concept art like we got yesterday for the Live service games.
So just be patient and relax. Which I know most people will keep complaining until they actually see something besides Spider-Man 2 lol.
The MGS series sits alone at the very top for me, so basically the best thing that could happen, happened. Pretty awesome 🙂
Metal gear solid master collection does it for me. I'd be really surprised if it doesn't also release on PS4, even though I have a PS5. I think this collection would be more at home on PS4, with a free PS5 upgrade as well.
Pretty much spot on here with all these winners and losers. All that mattered to me personally from this overall disappointing show were MGS reveals and Spidey2, good job those two were in there. Not got round to the first Alan Wake yet so I dunno
Marvel Spider-Man 2 a winner? The graphics look without any improvement and the gameplay segment was incredibly linear and on-rails.
I still think it's going to be a great game due to Insomniac's track record, but I don't think it was impressive at all.
I’m totally cold on the MGS announcements. I don’t know what it is, maybe I have just played them too much.
Having access to the originals on PS5 is cool, to be fair, as I still would like to be able to play them from time to time. But really these games should be available by default along with the many other PS1 & 2 classics by now, it shouldn’t really be a huge deal.
As for MGS3 remake, I get some people call it the best but for me it didn’t really live up to the hype at the time. Some annoying systems, story was a bit meh, the (mostly) awful bosses. I guess they’ll polish up and streamline the gameplay but I could really take it or leave it as things stand. Would like to see some gameplay.
My 2 winners:
The Plucky Squire
Cat Quest: Pirates of the Purribean
Imagine if Capcom was Sony owned. What would the opinion of this showcase be then? Obviously still lacking but much better received I'd imagine. If Sony ever needed a clue as to what publisher to buy next. The only sensible answer is surely Capcom.
Loser: PlayStation 5 early adopters. Most games have been cross gen and no clear understanding on what the future holds.
Loser: PSVR2 early adopters. No London Studio? No Half Life: Alyx? At least Beat Saber is a free upgrade, but that wasn’t an encouraging showing.
Winner: Gamers in general. This was basically what I would expect from something like the Summer Game Fest, which is great…if it weren’t a brand specific showcase.
I was surprised that they never bothered to give another update to one of their China Hero Project games. Hell, Pervader is the only PSVR game that's still in development and IS part of the program. Would have been a better time to announce it instead of giving us another VR shooter.
I’ll take Capcom with a side of Square Enix.
@Ooccoo_Jr Considering the year they've had, I doubt it.
you forgot the biggest winner... The Plucky Squire
I was hoping they would change my mind and convince me I needed a psvr2.
Alan Wake 2 was the easy winner for me.
I can't call Relink a loser because that was some convincing gameplay that looked great and a release window of Winter 2023 basically makes it December. I don't think that game has actually had a real release date, ever, so saying it's going to be delayed again seems a bit disingenuous.
Is Helldivers II confirmed as a TPS? The trailer EXPLICITLY stated camera angles were changed for effect in the trailer.
Last, Spider-Man 2 was a loser for me. It will be a good, safe game, but it looked entirely business as usual. The only differences were Peter has symbiote powers, which will probably act exactly like Miles' venom powers, they have wing suits which negates the need to web swing(!?), and we get Queens, too.
Insomniac is a quality studio that delivers on time. I just haven't been wowed by them since the PS3.
Winner dragon dogma 2 and spiderman 2 both games looks amazing.dragon dogma dark arisen is one of the best games ever made and spiderman 2 is one of the best games ever made.word up son
No real interest in Dragon's Dogma, but it's clear Capcom brought the goods, as it usually does.
Spider-Man 2 looks too setpiece-y for my liking. Haven't played the original yet, but my tolerance for games structured around cinematic spectacle tends to be pretty low.
@kyleforrester87 I will always stick by my guns that MGS was best when the environments were primarily industrial and enemies had vision cones. Never liked Snake Eater that much, and while I thought Ground Zeroes was OK, I still haven't worked myself up to playing The Phantom Pain.
And tbh considering much of the talent behind this series is probably gone from Konami now, it's hard to know how well this will even turn out.
Dragon dogma 2 and spiderman 2.oh yeah.word up son
Clearly PlayStation studios themselves was the biggest loser of the showcase. If it weren’t for spider man 2. It would have been a complete disaster
Granblue wasn’t a loser. It looks like a potentially good action rpg. The loser was havens new game
Granblue Fantasy was one of my favorite moments of the showcase. Even without a specific date we finally know it is coming soon. Doesn’t make it a loser, if that’s the case so is Spider-Man 2 since it also didn’t give a specific date. FFXVI had the best trailer again.
Okay can we just stop now with all the negativity. It’s getting ridiculous. Be glad you chose a PS5
Yes, unlike the actual queen, Queen is still kicking, as evidenced by the freshly announced Beat Saber DLC. '
I love that sentence and spat my coffee out laughing. I shouldn't be pushsquaring in work but here we are.
@Ralizah I hear you, although it is really hard to deny how good GZ and PP feel to play in fairness.
As for Dragons Dogma 2, I have tried the first game three times for several hours and I find it sooo boring. But I hear so much good stuff about it. I’d try the second.
@themcnoisy you also shouldn’t be at work at 7:30pm
1. Final fantasy as the release date is near my birthday.
2. Spider-Man 2: I loved the first one and MM expansion. Really digging that Peter is influenced by the symbiote!
@Sanquine It's crazy how productive Insomniac is. Definitely something in the tea leaves over there!
The winner for me is the MGS collection. The amount of classic series becoming available on PS4/5 along with new entries into them, is only helping it become my favorite console/generation of all time. The sheer amount of Final Fantasy and Castlevania games on here is great. We got as many Persona games as atlus can care to remember. Kingdom Hearts, Wild Arms, Fatal Frame, Monster Hunter, RE, Megaman, etc. New titles in the Silent Hill series. Suikoden ports and now MGS? It's bliss
The loser is definitely playstation themselves. But for games I personally care about I feel like Tower of Fantasy is the loser for me. I just think it's way too late to care enough to stick around long term tbh. But had it released sooner I'd probably be all over it
Outside of Spidey, obviously, Snake Eater would be the clear winner if I had literally any faith whatsoever in Konami. They've confirmed it's being developed by Konami internally, with Virtuous on support, so...that's not great news.
I guess, ultimately, the only game that actually got me excited that I wasn't anticipating is Alan Wake 2, which looks excellent, and I didn't even like the original.
AC looked great too!
Phantom Blade on losers, really?
I didn’t even see issue with the voice acting.
For losers I'd probably say Foamstars.
Fairgame$ is cringeworthy and all, but it's par for the course for western live service drivel. It's when Japanese devs produce this kind of dead-end stuff (and with that awfully generic Fortnite-like artstyle to boot) that I truly die a bit inside. Not to mention, of course, the matter of it being a rather blatant Splatoon copycat.
Biggest and best surprise for me was The Talos Principle 2
I like Spider Man 2 too but it's predictable, it's gonna be the first Spider-Man game with improvements but it will basically follow the same old open-world formula, there are no surprises there... so the best impact imo was from Talos. Loved the first game, the only puzzle-centric game that managed to capture me 'till the end. Can't wait for the sequel!
As for the worst of them... you forgot that kitty pirates what's-it-called game, even a 6 year old would not touch...
And let's state the obvious here: the biggest loser of last night's presentation was Sony, for putting together such an awful showcase. Let's see:
Wth? Where's the roadmap, what's next for this generation?
What can we expect to play on PS5 in the foreseeable future besides Spider-man 2 bub, 3rd party titles??
No thank you! I bought my PS5 console for the AAA exclusives Sony promised at launch, not to end up playing kitty pirates...
If I was Jim Ryan I would have been too ashamed to even show my face in the video, not to mention to try and make it sound like it's awesome... But I guess you don't get to be a top hat at Sony if you have any decency left in you...
I think PSVR2 might be the biggest "loser" tbh.
PlayStation itself was disappointingly quiet but at least we know things will be coming down the line. PSVR2 is much more likely to be completely vacant in a year or two's time, sadly
I'm very biased towards Capcom myself (I've made that abundantly clear with my presence here XD) but even pushing that aside, they were definitely the winners here. Everything they showed, from the most relatively mundane of more SF6 footage to the full-blown gameplay reveal fro Dragon's Dogma 2, they fired on all cylinders last night and, like the last State of Play, were easily what carried the entire show imo.
As for the worst then, I'd probably have to go with the lack of PS Studios. Sure, the tone-deafness of stuff like Fairgame$ and Foamstars is cringey as all sin, but at least it's bad in a funny way. The lack of pretty much anything 1st Party in the PLAYSTATION Showcase was a massive letdown for me personally. Hope they've got something substantial in the pipelines because confidence this did not inspire.
Biggest Winner: Metal Gear
Biggest Loser: Sony’s first party reveals.
There are two kinds of people out there: People who love Queen, and people who have not heard their music yet. 😁
The MGS remake(s?) will probably go some way to answering the question as to why they have not made their way back to the stores after being delisted. Makes sense, especially given it's now PS3/360/Vita generation we're talking at this point. Sometimes it's easier just to update things and call it a new game. Plus we get an answer (kind of) as to when would MGS1 be available as a PS1 classic.
Biggest winner: Capcom. I mean I don't really have to explain why lol. Id put Helldivers behind them because it was a fantastic trailer that even though it's third person now, it still gave me that feeling the first game had and I expect it will have a lot of the same things in the end that made it really fun(and hilarious).
Biggest Loser: I accidently voted FairGame$ but I really meant to vote for PlayStation Studios that of course includes FairGame$. It should be obvious as to why if you watched that showcase expecting to see some good updates on 1st party projects.
Why does everyone love Journey? It wasn’t a proper game
Let’s be honest: Playstation is at the mercy of a lot of developers not being ready to make games for the PS5- even their own studios. The ‘losers’ are games that got put on too big a stage.
PlayStation’s biggest mistake was making an hour showcase that showed too much blah and not enough wow. It went grey games, indie games, some already announced games and then VR games instead of mixing it up The biggest loser was the media team who made the showcase that made us all less excited about the PS5.
I’d say Alan Wake 2 is a winner and a loser. Winner because it looks like it’ll be good. Loser because it’s digital only. Vomit.
@Sequel Honestly yeah at first I was like what? But I'm actually coming around it looks kinda cute I mean Splatoon and The World Ends With You's love child I could think of worse ideas
@Loamy really I didn’t think the trailer was anything special and its views have been among the lowest of the showcase. To be fair the first dragons dogma is utterly mediocre so I don’t think the sequel is for me
IF I was interested by Dragon's Dogma 2 it would be it. It was a great GAMEPLAY reveal trailer but it is just not for me but so Spider-Man all the way. What sucks is that we didn't get a long, in game engine, Kojima style trailer for MGS3.
With today's graphics CG trailers should not exist anymore. If you don't have enough decent gameplay footage of your game to show then it just isn't ready to be announced
I'm afraid MGS without Hideo Kojima is going to be the equivalent a modern day singer trying to sing a Whitney Houston song. It may be good, but it won't be Kojima good.
One of the few who thought Spiderman looks highly generic and was an active disappointment. Couldnt imagine a more shallow looking AAA experience with the combat and the set piece looking very dated
I would throw Assassins Creed Mirage in the winner side. It's a great looking Ubisoft game with a release date. That's a win in my eyes!
For the losers side though yeah its Playstation Studios. Just not enough from them for a showcase. Pure and simple.
Why can’t I vote for Phantom Blade 0 being the big winner? That was the only “hell yeah!” moment I had during the show but here it’s a miss because of… an accent?
So, where are those “xbox have no games” guys from this site?
@dark_knightmare2 ooft! What a terrible opinion 😞 haha, I jest of course. Fair enough.
I think the general feeling is far more positive about the series than negative - it's personally one of my favourite games of all time. I think people found something special in its Devil May Cry X Monster Hunter combat loop and it's feeling of genuine exploration.
If you didn't enjoy the first then I doubt you'd like this one, but I guess any similarity is great news for all its fans!
Foamstars is gonna get a C&D from Nintendo. Spider-Man 2 looks awesome.
Sword of the sea looked absolutely stellar, its literally The Pathless Pro Skater and that concept is awesome
(Honourable mention to teardown, that looks incredible)
@Sequel i think Foamstars could be fun. In some sense I think some of the design pushes where I think Splatoon 4 will go — more interactivity in the stages, using foam and water to change the level.
My concern is that it looks like a free to play title and it looks kinda generic. I don’t have confidence that it will be special enough to warrant my limited attention/free time. If I had tons of free time and no money I would be more interested.
Going to be as positive as I can:
Now going to be negative:
@Loamy oh I’m happy for the fans even though I’m not interested in it I just what people to have fun playing games. I did like the combat of the first and the companion system was pretty neat but that was about it. The setting was one of the most generic open world settings ever,the voice acting was laughable,the main quest was real bad and so were the sidequest and I didn’t think exploring was rewarding or fun especially with the good awful fast travel system. If Capcom can improve some of that I’ll buy the game day one but the first trailer really didn’t make me hopeful but I’ll wait till more is revealed to make a final judgement
PSVR2 showcase was disappointing for me because most of those games had already been announced & shown off.
Still looking forward to Crossfire SS, but really wanted to see a roadmap of unheard of titles.
Also Sony first party Studios. Where were they?
Nope, their showcases are trash as well. Their first party efforts even worse.
@Savage_Joe Why are you acting like Microsoft studios isn't trash? Where are Xbox fans coming from that they think they got a leg to stand on? 🤔
The leader of Xbox just said your box doesn't matter for them nor are they focusing on building great games that beat the competition.
They just want the streaming platform monopoly.
How can you stand there like you won the lottery cause Sony had a poor showing? That is some desperation for a win... any win.
@Nem I was calling out those sony fans on their double moral, where they mock MS for not releasing first party games, yet Sony is getting a pass for showing just 1 first party game on probably their biggest showcase of the year. This also explains why Sony is so hellbent on preventing the ABK deal, since, after Spider Man 2, they will have very little to offer aside from multiplats.
Isn't Sony going to be at Summer Gamesfest also? If they are then maybe they saved a few things for that showcase as well.
@get2sammyb now if only we could get a new sengoku basara game
Winner: The ones who couldn't get PS5
Loser: The ones who got it for 1st party stuff
@get2sammyb even after the explanation, I still don't understand how it's a loser of the showcase. It's about gaming. I'm sure they will clean it up, but Phantom blade 0 was/is one of the best game of this year's game reveals for new IP.
Spidey 2 won the showcase for me, with the loser being that Fairgames BS.
Winner: Dragon Dogma 2
Looser: <insert GaaS game title>
The biggest winner was Xbox who had their best showcase in years and they didn't even have to lift a finger, while their biggest competitor dropped their trousers and bared their rump for the world to see.
The biggest loser is Sony's live service plans.
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Loser: PlayStation gamers
@themcnoisy that line was more entertaining and fun than the actual showcase. Admittedly I had zero faith going into this showcase and simply watched comments as it aired because I just didn't want to waste an hour watching Sony advertise mostly garbage or things WE the gamers don't want aka boatloads of live service games. Jim Ryan needs to go and needs to go soon. He has no idea how to run anything but hardware sales, and this is an industry where that's a loss anyway.
Easy for this one. Winner is Metal Gear Solid. I can’t wait for that remake and I can’t wait to dive back into MGS2 and 3 later this year as well as play MGS1 for the first time ever. MGS is my favorite series so I’m very happy.
Loser is PlayStation Studios. I think people are too hard on individual games like Fairgame$ or Foamstars I’ll give them a shot. But as it stands I think after Spider-Man 2 it could be at least 5 or 6 months until another showcase where they would reveal plans for like say DS2 or Ghost of Tsushima 2. And that would only be because they have no choice since they have no other games. Also for stuff like people thinking there would be a Twisted Metal game because of the show? Well if they’re willing to show off just pure CGI like Fairgame$ and yet nothing for Twisted Metal? Just saying that sounds like there’s no game to go with that show.
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mgs, dragon's dogma, and sword of the sea caught my eye but that was just about it. I don't really want to even think about foamstars....
Spiderman 2 looked good but i've had my fill of those games so i'll probably pass on it.
I’m not saying foamstars will be great but it’s way too soon , I think it has potential, If it lives up to that only time will tell.
Surprisingly no mention of Marathon? It’s arguably the biggest winner of the show, with more views on Youtube than even Spider-Man 2.
I felt like the biggest loser after watching that show.
I heard thar, with everything going on with Microsoft, Sony decided to stop revealing big project befire tge game is nearing its finish line, which is not a bad decision.
Winners: People who like cool games
Losers: People who only have PlayStation for exclusives
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