Their game line-up included exclusivity news too for DLC content. 40 studios are working on PlayStation Move titles, and Gabe Newell loves PS3.
Yeah quite a bit happened alright so let's get to it all...
A sure fire why to please that angry inner clown is to announce a revival for the Twisted Metal franchise and Sony did just that. This new game is being handled by the original team and will have an online deathmatch mode full of copters, cars, vans and more.
They even include a Capture the Faction mode which is basically CTF but has you after their statue instead of a flag, plus there's an objective mode too. Expect that mayhem and ruckus to take place on rooftops as well. It's an exclusive to PS3 and looks sweet.
'Gran Turismo 5'
It's officially been cancelled... just kidding. The Polyphony Digital driving simulator extraordinaire will be out November 5th in the US and in Latin America. Ever noticed how 'Latin' America doesn't actually speak Latin? Just pointing it out.
A European date for GT5 hasn't been disclosed yet for us colonial empire starters.
Not only did half the crowd need their hearts restarted at the news of Portal 2 coming to PlayStation 3 - with Steamworks - but it was Valve boss Gabe Newell who announced the truly surprising kicker. It will retail on PS3 the same day as Xbox 360 and PC.
The Portal sequel is expected to steal our daylight hours away in 2011.
'PlayStation 3 Exclusive Content'
Sony have managed to strike quite a coup for exclusive DLC content for the upcoming Mafia II, but that's not all because they've got a Dead Space 2 Limited Edition which packs in Dead Space Extraction in full HD glory, with trophy support, co-op and Move.
PS3 also gets Model of Honor: Frontline content for free from the new reboot of the franchise when it releases this October. Sony has also managed to score multiplayer beta exclusivity for Ubisoft's Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood, plus some content.
'The Sly Cooper Collection'
Sony's Kaz Hirai announced that a Sly Cooper Collection existed and will deliver itself complete with 3D support - which the PS3 is raving over thanks to firmware.
When is the latest instalment of Guerrilla Games sci-fi shooter going to entertain us? That'd be in February 2011, videogamer. The corporate giant also confirmed it will have PlayStation Move support and was even demoed in 3D for the audience.
'PlayStation Move Launch Titles'
When you pick-up that wand-like controller for Move what the heck will you be playing with it? A number of launch titles for the motion controller were named and they are...
Time Crisis, Singstar Dance, Echochrome 2, EyePet, Heavy Rain, Resident Evil 5, Brunswick Bowling, Fight Night, Sports Champions, Move Party, Heroes on the Move, Socom 4, The Shoot, Tron and Sorcery. This is not the full list of games though.
'3D Support Games'
So the third dimension is set to be all the rage now thanks to videogame studios believing we want our virtual worlds practically hugging our eyeballs. What then will support this fancy stereoscopic 3D experience?
Major titles like Killzone 3, Gran Turismo 5, LittleBigPlanet 2, Twisted Metal and MotorStorm: Apocalypse. The Sly Cooper Collection will also be HD and 3D.
What about third-party? Crysis 2 will have 3D support, so will Mortal Kombat 9, NBA 2K11, Shaun White Skateboarding, Ghost Recon: Future Soldier and TRON Evolution. The PS3 also gets stereoscopic 3D Blu-ray movie support later this year.
Let's finish the round-up with a sequel game shall we? Sucker Punch's inFamous 2, which is due out next year, has been given an in-game fuelled trailer at E3! Best check it out to see the radical changes coming our way - and The Beast.