By Bryan Smith on December 6, 2015 at 12:55pm
The December 2015 PlayStation Experience keynote presentation has come, and Sony has revealed additional information for upcoming games.
More of "Uncharted 4: A Thief's End" was shown, where branching dialogue options have been shown. How far these options will go and affect gameplay/ending(s) isn't known, though that knowledge would probably spoil the game at this point.
The first clips of the gameplay for "Final Fantasy VII Remake" have been shown, where the camera will follow behind Cloud as seen in more modern games during non-battle segments. The battles feature the classic menu with four options to the side, though the short amount of action seen slightly resembles "Final Fantasy XIII & XV." However, due to the short amount of information and relatively early development, it can't be said what the actual mechanics are or how they work.
Also, the original "Final Fantasy VII" with upscaled HD was released on the PlayStation 4 following the announcement.
One of the last fighters for "Street Fighter V" was revealed, F.A.N.G. He seems to be a lankier, slicker version of M. Bison. Additionally, the first six characters for DLC that you can earn by playing the game and earning in-game currency were revealed, who include Alex, Guile, Balrog, Ibuki, Juri, and Urien.
Tim Schaffer of Double Fine revealed that, in addition to "Day of the Tentacle" getting remastered, "Full Throttle" will be getting made into a remaster for the PlayStation 4 and Vita. With "Psychonauts 2" being announced, there will be "Psychnonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin" for PlayStation VR.
In addition to "Yakuza 5" getting a Western release for the PlayStation 3, "Yakuza 0" is coming to the West for PlayStation 4.
Adult Swim, Cartoon Network's adult programming at night, is teaming up with Sony to release six games for the PlayStation 4 in 2016. Those games include "Death's Gambit," "Ray's the Dead," "Duck Game," "Rain World," "Small Radios, Big Televisions," and "Headlander."
"Fat Princess Adventures" was released yesterday on the PlayStation 4.
"Ratchet & Clank (2016)," the game based on the movie coming out based on the original game released on PlayStation 2, had a demo to show off, with the opening of the game looks a lot like the original PS2 game.
"Paragon," a new MOBA from Epic Games, will be coming to PlayStation 4 and PC in 2016.
"Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom," a sequel to Level-5's "Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch," was announced for the PlayStation 4.
Ubisoft is releasing "Eagle Flight" exclusively on PlayStation VR.
Bandai Namco will be releasing "Ace Combat 7" exclusively on PlayStation VR.