Pretty much since Nintendo reinvigorated the home video game market in 1983 with the launch of the Nintendo Entertainment System, video game makers have launched their next-generation machines about every 5-7 years.
We'll be goings hands-on or exploring more of these titles during E3 2017.
PlayStation VR owners will at least be pleased with the surprising amount of new games that were announced with the headset, with Sony having mostly neglected to support the hardware since its launch late past year. Aside from being extremely powerful, the new Xbox is also the smallest one yet, which means it's the most advanced console the gaming industry has ever seen. Stay tuned to Gameranx as we will be bringing you the latest news from the Sony's E3 press conference.
While it would please anyone to tell their friends that the game is right around the corner, Sony and Marvel's Spider-Man won't be released until 2018.
Ultimate Spider-Man, Miles Morales was featured in the trailer, meaning that he and Peter Parker will be included in the exclusive PS4 game.
When is the Sony E3 2017 press conference? The PlayStation E3 Media Briefing opened with a lovely live musical performance to introduce Uncharted: Lost Legacy, and from there on in - and with only two short appearances from Sony's Shawn Layden - it was wall-to-wall games.
But many of those are still yet to release and we're expecting a whole heap of announcements, release dates, gameplay trailers and beta dates for several of those titles.
Unfortunately, the biggest talking points were what was missing from the press conference. Shenmue 3 won't be present during this Sony PlayStation party, but Kingdom Hearts 3 and Final Fantasy 7 Remake might pop up.
Sony's showed off a seven minute long gameplay segment of Days Gone, it's upcoming open-world zombie survival game trailer. Unfortunately, unlike past year, there was no continuous symphony throughout the show.
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