The Sony conference definitely started off on the wrong foot. The church section for the Last of Us Part II reveal was kind of neat, but this was more for the people there. For me, I thought it wasn't necessary, and only made the intermission just a time eater. Once it started off proper, it was fairly good. Anyway, here's my thoughts on what was shown. The Last of Us Part II looks really good. I figured that Elle would take the reins as the protagonist. It felt like the gameplay that was shown was pre-rendered or staged, because the actions shown seemed a bit out there, such as arrow removal, and getting shot a bunch without needing a health pack. It might just be me. It was still a good look. Black Ops IIII. Don't care. Destiny 2. Why you gotta kill Cade like that? Not enough to get me to rebuy the game, but those who are still playing are probably excited. Ghost of Tsushima looks pretty. Gameplay kind of reminded me of Nioh, but more forgiving for the casual audience. Control trailer made me think that it was Quantum Break 2. It was almost correct, since it was a Remedy game. Resident Evil 2 remake made me smile. Once I saw the old school Playstation in the opening, I guessed correctly that it was RE2. Not surprised at the over the shoulder perspective, even though I would have preferred the fixed camera. Looking forward to this one. Kingdom Hearts III is once again Kingdom Hearts III. Trover Saves The Universe. Don't know what to make of this, but it's Justin Roiland, so I'm intrigued. Death Stranding looks great. The exploration heavy gameplay looks really good, though I would have liked to have seen how it's going to handle action. Seeing Lea Seydoux as a co-lead was surprising. The cinematics seem to have dropped the one shot motif of MGSV and earlier trailers, though I'm assuming they'll be incorporated to more important scenes. Spider-Man looks insane. Nuff said.