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Submitted by lifesanrpg 552d ago | opinion piece

Five games we'd love to see announced for the PlayStation 4

GameZone's Robert Workman writes, "When the PlayStation 3 launched a few years ago, it came out with very few games to get excited about from Sony. But over the years, it's managed to put out a number of big releases for the system, including the Uncharted trilogy, Killzone, and Sly Cooper: Thieves In Time. There are a lot of big titles we'd like to see as a result, but which definitive five releases should Sony push out to really impress us into buying a PlayStation 4? Here are five suggestions I think would be big system sellers -- once they're official, that is." (inFamous: Second Son, Killzone 4, PS4, The Last Guardian)

ps3vita4life  +   552d ago
I'd love to see Uncharted 4 and Infamous 3!!!! Hope I get my wish.
Gamer1982  +   551d ago
Other than Last Guardian could see all these as launch titles. Not all at once but one or 2 of them.

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