Today's PlayStation 4 event might've felt a little underwhelming for some, but it wasn't without its moments -- and games. Sony did present several exclusives that their community would undoubtedly enjoy, from the obvious like Killzone and inFamous to the less so like Knack and DriveClub. There was a fair blend of established franchises and new IPs.
Of course, each announcement came with their own trailers. Granted, that pretty much means they're on the less informative side, but we're pretty eager to learn more about some of these.
Killzone Shadow Fall is a big one, obviously, and a surprising thing about the trailer is how different it looks from previous Killzone games. Less gray and brown, in favor of a brighter appearance. Since this is supposed to be several decades in the future, a visual makeover would make sense. Basically, Shadow Fall goes from being the Gears of War of PlayStation to its Halo.
Killzone Shadow Fall - YouTube
The other fan favorite is probably inFamous. No Cole here, because inFamous: Second Son follows Delsin Rowe, a young man who has developed powers and now flees the Department of Unified Protection. Think of it like X-Men, but not. And instead of lightning, Rowe's got fire.
inFamous: Second Son - YouTube
The other exclusives were DriveClub and Knack. The former is, as its name pretty much implies, is a driving game. Developer Evolution Studios talked a little bit about its major selling point: a cooperative racing game. Knack, on the other hand, is a lighter side of gaming, one that actually resembles Skylanders a little bit.
DriveClub - YouTube
Knack - YouTube
Now Witness is rather interesting. An indie title from Jonathan Blow, this open world puzzle game was probably the most beautiful title presented during the entire event. With a hint of Myst in its design, we're rather looking forward to this one. It also happens to be the only non-exclusive on this list, being destined for PC as well. Nevertheless, enjoy.
The Witness - YouTube