As though the previously announced games for the PS4 weren't enough, Sony took the time during the press conference in Japan before the official Tokyo Game Show to announce more titles slated for the next-gen console.
While the release of the PS4 has been pushed back for Japan, putting it at a three-month delay to release in February 22, 2014, there are still a lot of things to look forward to with the console.
IGN touches on some of these new titles, which include Yakuza Ishin, the finally confirmed Guilty Gear Xrd, and Deep Down, an RPG from Capcom.
Another PS4 title that has been confirmed is Lily Bergamo from Suda51, who has recently released Killer is Dead, which has combined all the weirdness you can think of (gigolo missions, anyone?) with fantastic scenery defining Suda51's work. According to Destructoid, Lily Bergamo is an action game that will be making use of smartphones beyond the console--possibly a companion app similar to other next-gen games rolling out.
And the titles just keep on going, with Final Fantasy 14: A Realm Reborn also slated for a PS4 beta. PS3 players have the chance to upgrade from their PS3 version to a PS4 without any charges, reports Mirror.
The PS4 is also not deprived of horror titles, with Psycho Break, also known as The Evil Within from Shinij Mikami, is also landing on the console. Lastly, you have Dynasty Warriors, making its debut alongside the first day of shipping of the PS4 in Japan.
That brings up the count to seven titles in one go for the PS4--who's even more excited for Sony's next-gen console?
The PlayRoom invites you to have your virtual playground anywhere
Back at E3, people had their first glimpse of the little robots that appeared in the living room courtesy of the PS Eye camera.
In another trailer viewed at the recently held Sony Japan conference, a similar trailer has been released, this time featuring The PlayRoom.
Earlier reports have already stated that The PlayRoom will automatically be loaded into every PS4 console, but access to it will require the PS Eye camera interacting with the DualShock 4.
According to CVG, there are three areas by which The PlayRoom will be making use of the DualShock 4. First is the Light Bar tracking to create the interactive holographic panel. There is also the Motion Sensor and improved dual motors that let you interact with your robot helper or enjoy your own virtual Air Hockey game. Lastly, the Touch Pad will be used for scrolling and interacting with augmented reality menus.
Check out the newest trailer here, and see if you are ready to (virtually) handle these robots.
PlayStation Vita TV
The next generation of PlayStation is continuing to grow well beyond the PS4, now with the PS Vita TV having been introduced at the Sony Japan conference.
If the PS4 is slowly transforming into a complete unit for gaming connected to your TV, the PS Vita may also have the same feature besides handheld gaming with the introduction of the PS Vita TV.
Joystiq reports that the Vita TV allows for Vita games and memory cards to be used to play using the TV and the DualShock 3. Currently, the titles that will be available for this service is up to 1,300 games, from Vita, PSP, and PS.
The Vita TV will also have PS4 remote play though this is still in the works, though the actual device itself will already be slated for launch on November 14, well before the launch of the PS4 in Europe.
Wired adds that the PS Vita TV allows video streaming services and play abilities for older PS titles.
The only downside to those who may want to avail of this promo is that it is currently slated for Japan for the meantime.