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Monday, 10 June 2013 07:44

Sony to debut at least four games at E3 press conference

Written by Rob Squires

Horror, western, shooter

Sony is set to show off at least four titles for their upcoming PlayStation 4 gaming system during their press conference at E3 this week

The first title which was announced was announced last week is Daylight. The game is a procedurally generated horror game.  One of the things that makes this game unique is that there are no weapons featured in the game.  Players will only have access to a simple smartphone to combat whatever they encounter.

The second title, Secret Ponchos is a top-down western era shooter. The upcoming title is an online combat game. Players will battle against each other for notoriety and reputation. During the gameplay, players can compete in one-vs-one duels, engage in western style gang fights, or enter the fray with the Free-For-All mode.

Of course Sony will also be showing off Battlefield 4 on their upcoming next generation platform.  One of the most interesting tidbits that came accross our desk is that they will also be demoing the somewhat mysterious game entitled The Order 1886.

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