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Top 5 Missing Games From Sony’s E3 Conference

June 19, 2010 Written by Zak Islam

Let’s face it, Sony blew us all away during their 2010 E3 press conference with several expected and unexpected announcements. However, they did miss out on a few reveals of games that we all thought would get a showing. PlayStation LifeStyle go through the top 5 missing games from Sony’s E3 press conference.

This may certainly of been a surprise for a few. Lightbox Interactive President, Dylan Jobes, has hinted on several occasions regarding Warhawk’s sequel. It’s only a matter of time till Starhawk gets announced now, then.

The Last Guardian missing at Sony’s E3 press conference was sure a mystery. Undoubtedly one of the biggest exclusives the PlayStation 3 has in its line-up thus far. The game was officially unveiled during Sony’s E3 press conference last year and the absence of the title which is in development by famed developers Team Ico. Guess we’ll see The Last Guardian at the Tokyo Game Show or GamesCom (hopefully).

Not much has been revealed about Rockstar Games’ PlayStation 3 exclusive, Agent. It was announced back at Sony’s E3 conference last year and since then, the game has not been spoken of. So, it would of made sense if Sony shed some more light on Agent at E3 2010, however, unfortunately, they didn’t. Rockstar themselves said they would not be present at E3 2010 so maybe the mega developers will reveal more on the game in the upcoming months.

Final Fantasy Versus XIII was another notable non-attendee at E3 2010. The PlayStation 3 exclusive being created by Square Enix is a part of the Fabula Nova Crystallis Final Fantasy XIII compilation alongside Final Fantasy XIII and PSP title Final Fantasy Agito XIII. Versus was officially unveiled in 2006 and it was surprise that Sony left another one of their big hitters out of their conference.

The image says it all. Before Sony’s E3 2010 press conference commenced, Insomniac boss Ted Price was present, so, as you would think, a Resistance 3 unveil was inevitable, however, it wasn’t announced. One has to take into consideration that even though Insomniac reiterated their solid partnership with Sony for their exclusive franchises such as Ratchet & Clank and Resistance recently, they did sign a multi-platform deal with publishers Electronic Arts. The game they’re creating with EA is yet unknown and here’s hoping Resistance 3 is revealed sooner rather than later.