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PlayStation in Paris: Lots of trailers, not much news

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Paris Games Week 2015 became a Iot more interesting when Sony decided to hold its fall event there instead of at Gamescom. So after all the hand-wringing, how was it in the end? Comme ci, comme ca. There were a few important announcements, like a release date for No Man's Sky, the launch of Gran Turismo Sport, complete with an entire league, and the reveal of Quantic Dreams' beautiful-looking Ex Machina-type game called Detroit. We also saw gameplay for Wild, Michel Ancel's (other) eagerly anticipated title. Otherwise, it was a bit of a letdown, with a lot of rehashing and still no solid release date for PlayStation VR. For more, check out our wrap-up video below or yesterday's liveblog.

Sony's "Pairs Games Week" Recap

We're live from France for Paris Games Week 2015. Click here to catch up on all the news from the show.

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