The PlayStation 4 has been revealed along with a slew of new game announcements from Sony studios as well as some surprises from folks not normally associated with the console wars.
Virtual speed kings Criterion have again been unleashed on a Need For Speed title for Electronic Arts (EA). We got some racing time, briefly with single player and expansively on the multiplayer, with the new Need For Speed: Most Wanted.
Sony is feeling the heat of competition, it was actually directly addressed at an event yesterday that showcased many of this holiday seasons PlayStation exclusive titles. Along with the new superslim PS3 we got some hands on with God Of War Ascension, All-Stars Battle Royale and Assassin’s Creed III Liberation amongst others that was intended to highlight the power of exclusivity PlayStation is building against the threat of Nintendo’s Wii U.
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