Sony's Tokyo Games Show conference kicked off at 8am UK time, starting with a large montage video, before we were joined on stage by the SCEJ President, Atsushi Morita.
Morita talked about the recently announced new PS Vita colours, as well as mentioning that PS4 and PS Vita will be getting new titles, something that Shehui Yoshida took to the stage to announce.
The first thing announced was a new expansion for Bloodborne. As if the game wasn't difficult enough, by the looks of things its about to step it up a notch, with new enemies, weapons and just as much action as before. The expansion is known as The Old Hunters and it will arrive November 24th this year. A Bloodborne The Old Hunters Edition will also be released. You can at least bet that will release in the UK.
Everybody's Golf was next to be shown off. Generally Sony releases these games in the west and it looks great, so hopefully we'll see it over here soon. Everybody's Golf on PS4 lets you create your own characters and jump into lobbies to play against everyone across the world. It's coming 2016.
Next up was another new video, showing a game from Japan Studio. What was it? Gravity Rush. It's coming to PS4 on December 10 in Japan and then next year Gravity Rush 2 will be released on PS4 in 2016. A new collector's edition was announced with a statue.
A new video was shown at the end of Yoshida's segment to show all of the titles coming to PS4 now and in the near future, all of which we know about.
Ubisoft was next up, showing off a world premiere video for its new title For Honor, while Assassin's Creed: Syndicate was also shown off.
SEGA was next on state to talk about Yakuza. We sometimes get Yakuza titles in the UK, so a new game in the series is of interest. well it's not strictly a new title, but a remake of the very first Yakuza title, Yakuza Kiwami. Good News? It's coming to PS3 and PS4 next year.
In addition to the above, Yakuza 6 was also announced and is coming exclusively to PS4 in Autumn 2016.
More news. well King of Fighters XIV was announced for 2016 for PS4, before videos of Just Cause 3 and Phantasy Star Online 2 for PS4 where shown.
It wouldn't be third party without Star Wars: Battlefront, so we got a quick look of that too and why not?
Namco came onto the stage next, showing off One Piece Burning Blood, a new title for PS4 and PS Vita. Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme v SForce was also shown off for PS Vita. Got to love those robots going at it with their big guns.
Koei were next on stage to show off some new titles. Games shown include Toukiden 2 for PS3, PS4 and PS Vita which will release in 2016. Another new game shown was Nioh for PS4. It'll release in 2016.
Square Enix was next on stage, showing off World of Final Fantasy which is coming 2016 to PS Vita and PS4. It's a big cartoon-like but could be interesting, right? Square then showed off the new Star Ocean game and dated it for 25th February 2015.
Another new video was shown next in the form of SaGA Scarlet Grace. It's a new title for PS Vita and once again will arrive in 2016.
Finally Square showed off the new Kingdom Hearts game, well, we say new but it's actually Kingdom Hearts 2.8. It consists of Dream Drop Distance HD, Kingdowm Hearts back Cover and another new chapter too - so three games in one and its coming to PS4 in 2016.
There was another whole load of games mentioned next, with Dark Souls III dated for Japan as expected, Project Diva being shown for PS4 and some other title which we have no idea about which comes to Japan for PS Vita and PS4 in 2016. A new Atlus game was also shown, 13 Sentinels.
Capcom came onto the stage next to show off yet more games. Resident Evil was first up as the series is celebrating its 20th Anniversary and a new title was announced. Resident Evil Umbrella Corps is completely new and a trailer was shown. It appears to be a shooter with zombies, taking a step away from the traditional Resident Evil style of games. Why? We have no idea, but it's certainly unexpected.
Exist Archive was next to be shown off, though we get the feeling that this one is Japan only, so we won't worry too much about describing what looks like a standard action style Japanese title. The same developer also showed off another new title for PS Vita which also looks kind of Japan only, which included a black and white bear and a whole load of other bears too. We have no idea what was going on to be honest. Let's leave it at that shall we?
Something interesting happened next, PS4 customisation. It'll be releasing nine colourful Hard drive case colours as well as a gold, silver, steel black and crystal coloured dualshock 4 controller.
PlayStation Now was the 'most exciting' part for Sony to announce and so it did. The service is coming to Japan, allowing gamers to stream over 150 PS3 titles to their PS4 and PS Vita. The Beta is coming tomorrow in Beta to Japan on PS4, PS Vita and PS Vita TV.
Project Morpheus was next to be mentioned, it's now called PlayStation VR and will release next year.