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E3 '08: Sony shows new games, God of War 3 official
Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. (SCEA) today unveiled a line up of software for PlayStation3, PlayStation Portable, and the PlayStation Network.
Posted July 15, 2008
During a press event to kick off the annual E3 Media & Business Summit 2008, Sony revealed a batch of new content for the PlayStation brand, including 20-odd first-party software titles previously announced and 10 never-before-seen titles, the most glorious of which was God of War 3 for PlayStation3 (PS3).

Sony also unveiled new downloadable titles MAG as well as Ratchet & Clank® Future: Quest for Booty for PlayStation Network (PSN), and Resistance: Retribution for the PlayStation Portable (PSP) system.

The briefing also included an extensive look into Resistance 2, the sequel to the acclaimed PS3 launch title, Resistance: Fall of Man.

Other PS3 titles showcased during E3 2008 include Sony Computer Entertainment’s next generation open world adventure inFamous from Sly Cooper creators Sucker Punch Productions; LittleBigPlanet which allows players to create, play and share entire game levels via PlayStation Network; some wild tropical racing action in Motorstorm: Pacific Rift from Evolution Studios; Killzone 2 from Guerilla Games; and SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Confrontation from Sony, which promises an online shooter experience with up to 32 players.

All told, new and forthcoming first party games shown during the event included:

    BUZZ! Quiz TV
    God of War 3
    Gran Turismo 5 Prologue
    Heavy Rain
    Killzone 2
    Motorstorm: Pacific Rift
    NBA '09 The Inside
    Resistance 2
    SingStar Volume 2
    SOCOM: U.S Navy SEALs Confrontation

      BUZZ! Master Quiz
      NBA '09 The Inside
      Resistance: Retribution
      Super Stardust Portable

    Fat Princess
    Crash Commando
    PixelJunk Eden
    Ragdoll Kung Fu
    Ratchet & Clank Future: Quest for Booty
    Siren: Blood Curse

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