Check out all the trailers below, and sound off in the comments about which game you're most excited to play. These are dire times in Marvel's New York City.
Megaton reveals were in frustratingly short supply from EA, Microsoft, Bethesda, Square Enix and Ubisoft, and with countless expected games pulling no-shows, Sony could've decisively "won" E3 just by dropping even some pretty mediocre teasers for these titles.
Ghost of Tsushima has been at the top of my list since it was announced in 2017.
After yet another ill-advised musical performance - this time by a white guy in a straw hat playing a shakuhachi - we got to see gameplay from Sucker Punch's Ghost of Tsushima, and boy does it look fantastic.
Players will take on the role of a samurai, exploring the open world regions during a Mongol invasion. This trailer will have to do for now, but we'll definitely be keeping an eye out for more on Ghost of Tsushima as we move through the rest of 2018.
The studio behind Max Payne, Alan Wake, and Quantum Break is now hard at work on Control, a third-person shooter with some excellently psychadelic visuals. It's clear to see that Ghost of Tsushima is really nailing a distinct and cinematic aesthetic, instantly evoking romanticised imagery from classic samurai movies. They all showed off brand new, original, and more powerful versions of their suits. Things heat up for Spider-Man as numerous Super Villains he has put away over his eight years as Spidey have escaped simultaneously.
We'll bring you more details as they emerge. Our guess is on Doctor Octopus or the Green Goblin.
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