Earlier in the week, we reported on an interesting Tokyo Game Show 2018 schedule listing. Sony had planned an hour-long "PlayStation Network" presentation at the event, sparking speculation that it may be showing off new network functionality or something else worthy of note. Further fuel was added to the fire due to firmware 6.0, which launched last week and supposedly added no new features to the PlayStation 4.

However, as it turns out, the presentation wasn't worth getting excited over -- it was basically just an hour-long showing of what's available on the PlayStation Network. We've embedded the whole thing above, and as you can see, it's pretty much just an advertisement, as several Japanese women mess about with Spotify for an extended amount of time.

"Now, it's totally possible (and, to be fair, likely) that this is nothing worth getting excited over," is what we wrote in our previous article. We even told you lot to go in with very low expectations, but we know that some of you didn't, and now you're bitterly disappointed. Yes, we do keep an eye on our Twitter notifications.

And so the moral of the story is to never get carried away. In this industry especially, you're just going to get burned. And then maybe send death threats to developers. Look, it's not the way to go, okay?