All the announcements from PlayStation Experience

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Street Fighter V, Yakuza 5, Drawn to Death, new Uncharted 4 footage, Shovel Knight, more

So, the PlayStation Experience keynote address in Las Vegas has wrapped up, leaving the dust to settle on a flood of really exciting new announcements for PlayStation gamers. Full details of all the reveals can be found right here on PlayStation Blog – just use this post as a handy way to navigate around all the stories!

Where to begin? How about your first glimpse of Street Fighter V, which will be a PS4 console exclusive. Or why not take a look at the stunning debut gameplay reveal for Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. Or welcome news of a Western release for Yakuza 5. Or new trailers for Batman Arkham Knight, Destiny: The Dark Below, Tearaway Unfolded or the mind-blowing No Man’s Sky.

The game reveals came thick and fast. Our own Worldwide Studios group unveiled Drawn to Death, an exciting new arena shooter from God of War and Twisted Metal alumnus David Jaffe; the wonderfully mysterious What Remains of Edith Finch from the team behind The Unfinished Swan; Wattam – an intriguing collaboration between Katamari Damacy creator Keita Takahashi and Journey producer Robin Hunicke; and Fat Princess Adventures, a follow-up to the larger-than-life PS3 gem.

And our friends and partners in the independent development scene duly stepped up to the plate too, and in real style. Just check out the following: *Deep breath* Wonderful platform adventure Shovel Knight; lunatic multiplayer brawler Gang Beasts; terrifying survival horror The Forest; a PS4 and PS Vita release for Transistor developer Supergiant’s lovely debut Bastion; Capybara Games’ audacious Super TIME Force Ultra; Severed, from the genius team responsible for Guacamelee!; horror sequel Killing Floor 2; old school RPG Darkest Dungeon; shooter/dungeon crawler hybrid Enter the Gungeon; strategy sequel Orcs Must Die! Unchained; and Skytorn, from the same Vancouver dev community behind Towerfall Ascension.

And that’s not all. Broken Age on PS4 and PS Vita, a PS Vita release for Resident Evil Revelations 2, Day of the Tentacle for PS4 and PS Vita, a PS Vita release for The Banner Saga – the list goes on.

Phew, what a night. Have a browse and then come back here and let us know what is on your must-have list.

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