Sony E3 2008 press conference starts at 7.30pm UK time

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 15 July 2008 18:35 GMT

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Here we go. Nintendo just delivered a “news-light” press conference at E3, clearing the way for what we hope will be a “fireworks-heavy,” force 10 of a showing from Sony. Microsoft blew the internet up last night with a line-up topped off with a gigaton FFXIII announcement, and all eyes are now on PlayStation 3 and its coming year to deliver the goods.

Home, a price cut, new hardware, the Ueda game, Tears of Blood, God of War, Resistance 2, Killzone 2: let’s go Sony. Give us everything you’ve got. Let’s see Kaz cry with excitement. Let’s see Harrison-replacement Shuhei Yoshida rip the roof off. Let’s see fucking something, anyway.

The IGN feed’s holding up very well. All details here.

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