Watch PlayStation's Paris Games Week 2015 Press Conference, Live!

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Ready for PlayStation's Paris Games Week 2015 press conference? We've got the live stream right here for you to watch.

It kicks off at 5.45am on Wednesday, October 28. So wake up early, get some coffee brewing, and see what PlayStation has to announce.

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below; which announcements do you think are the biggest?



 

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Comments Comments (4)

 
Posted by SilverStrummer
On Tuesday 27 Oct 2015 9:07 PM
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So tempting...but I'm studying for exams damn!xD
 
 
 
Posted by toner
On Wednesday 28 Oct 2015 6:59 AM
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Dreams look like Salvador Dali's acid trip
 
 
 
oconnomiyaki
Posted by oconnomiyaki
On Wednesday 28 Oct 2015 7:47 AM
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A bit underwhelming to be honest. Cool to see Gran Turismo, but a lot of what was shown we already knew about and a lot of what announced was guff like Detroit.

Also, they've really got to work out their scripts better. When he said something about a classic franchise that was instrumental in the success of the original PlayStation making its return, I can't be the only one thinking Crash Bandicoot. Then it's goddamn Street Fighter, which is hardly a game franchise that people think of as synonymous with the PlayStation.

But I guess Activision is content to just sit on the license. :
 
 
 
Mark-Mac
Posted by Mark-Mac
On Wednesday 28 Oct 2015 10:19 AM
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28 October 2015, 07:47 AM Reply to oconnomiyaki
A bit underwhelming to be honest. Cool to see Gran Turismo, but a lot of what was shown we already knew about and a lot of what announced was guff like Detroit.

Also, they've really got to work out their scripts better. When he said something about a classic franchise that was instrumental in the success of the original PlayStation making its return, I can't be the only one thinking Crash Bandicoot. Then it's goddamn Street Fighter, which is hardly a game franchise that people think of as synonymous with the PlayStation.

But I guess Activision is content to just sit on the license. :
It was the very first thing that came to my mind. Imagine what ND could do with Crash if he ever came home....