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PAX East is right around the corner, and it looks like Sony is angling for visitors to spend a lot of time in their booth at the popular games conference.
Sony is really coming out swinging this year. They've already got an exclusive like Horizon: Zero Dawn wowing fans and critics alike, with Nier: Automata also getting positive early reviews. Their message at the upcoming PAX conference appears to be that they aren't planning on slowing down anytime soon. On top of booking a ridiculous amount of space at the June E3 event, they'll be bringing more than 20 games to Pax East, including AAA exclusives, indies and plenty of new stuff for PlayStation VR. Here's a rundown of the full list:
Cosmic Star Heroine
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy
Full Throttle Remastered
MLB The Show 17
Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin
Tooth & Tail
What Remains of Edith Finch
Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles
PAX East will be hosted out of Boston this weekend, giving folks a chance to sample some of the games that will be playable on the PS4, Vita and VR headset throughout the rest of the year. While this is certainly an impressive roster of games, we figure Sony is probably holding onto some of its heaviest hitters, like God of War and the Uncharted 4 story-driven DLC, for E3.
If you happen to be at PAX next week, though, you'll have an opportunity to play everything from MLB The Show 17 to the highly anticipated Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy.
If you haven't had time to download the free March Plus offerings by the time PAX rolls around, we imagine that setting will be great for experiencing one of this month's titles, Disc Jam. We figure folks will also be lining up for the likes of Sundered, Rime and Tooth & Nail. For you PSVR fans, you'll definitely want to try out Farpoint. That game was something of a showstopper at E3 2016, and we imagine it has only gotten better in the past year. Alongside Resident Evil VII, we imagine that one is going to be a must-have for the face-mounted console.
So, now that we've seen what Sony will have on hand at the PlayStation booth for PAX, are any of our readers planning on attending the show this weekend? If so, what are you most looking forward to playing? Give us the details in the comments below.