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Final Fantasy VII and Shenmue 3 ensured a Landslide Victory for Sony at E3


Final Fantasy VII and Shenmue 3 are games that many gamers both new and old are going to want to have in their collections. These megaton announcements had gamers salivating. These are are both titles that gamers have been asking for, for years! The uproar that happened at the conference was amazing and it was absolutely a shock to many who thought that these games would never happen. After recent announcements that Microsoft would have backwards compatibility with Xbox 360 games. The gloves were off and Sony had to match that announcement. As you can see from the above title, its safe to say they did just that.

Final Fantasy VII and Shenmue 3 will give a new generation of gamers the chance to relive and finish epic stories that were created years ago. They are definitely stories that gamers no matter what their console of choice is, should have in their collection. This E3 was definitely one for the ages and the best that we have seen in the past few years.

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  • Truthhurts24

    Big announcements hope they can deliver or it would be a great let down for Sony

  • Thinkaboutit

    Squares all about that money now, expect it on Xbox 1

  • john smith

    I’m just not feeling that vibe. 2 multiplatform games both ending up on the PC with one eventually on the XBO. I get the nostalgia thing but there’s just too much delirium over these games and what confuses me is Rare Replay doesn’t even get any recognition? Rare people! Makes no sense. We’re talking 30 “blast from the past” games all in one place for just $30 bucks! Hello? *crickets*

    MS showed the best E3 in Xbox history with the most big exclusives and new IP reveals, with games set to come out in 2015 and then there was backward compatibility with no charge for games we already own. Something really stinks with the game media.