Polyarc's VR game 'Moss' is a 'Zelda'-esque mousey adventure

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Polyarc's VR game 'Moss' is a 'Zelda'-esque mousey adventure

In September 2016, a trio of ex-Destiny and Halo developers raised $3.5 million in seed money from overseas developers to create a new studio, Polyarc, dedicated to making virtual reality content. We know what their first big project will be: On Sony's PlayStation stage at E3, the company released a trailer and gave hands-on time for its upcoming VR game Moss.

The PS4-exclusive ’Spider-Man’ will arrive in 2018

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The PS4-exclusive ’Spider-Man’ will arrive in 2018

The history of Spider-Man games is filled with highs and lows. For every Spider-Man 2 there's a Spider-Man: Edge of Time, an initially promising but ultimately lackluster outing. Sony hopes to change that with a new Spider-Man game developed by Insomniac. We've known that it's in development, but today we got a much better look through a ton of gameplay at Sony's E3 press conference.

'The Inpatient' takes you into a mental asylum on PlayStation VR

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'The Inpatient' takes you into a mental asylum on PlayStation VR

It seems that Supermassive Games, the developers behind Until Dawn, has been busy lately. Not only are they delivering another social game with Hidden Agenda, they're also working on a PlayStation VR title, The Inpatient. We still don't know much about it, but judging from the E3 teaser, it places you inside a mental asylum where things are slightly... off. The game looks aesthetically similar to Until Dawn, but I hope it'll be deeper than the PS VR spinoff of that title. If anything, it looks like a wonderfully creepy environment to explore within the confines of a VR headset.

The next 'God of War' comes to PS4 in early 2018.

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The next 'God of War' comes to PS4 in early 2018.

When Sony teased us with a new God of War game at last year's E3, its presentation was almost perfect. The ten minute gameplay reveal had almost everything -- the return of Kratos, alive and well after the events of God of War III, a beautiful environment, thrilling combat, an epic beard and, most importantly, a strong indication of character development. Not only were we getting the Destroyer of Worlds back, but we were seeing a more human side of Kratos. The only thing missing from the reveal was a release window. A year later at E3 2017, we finally have one. God of War for PlayStation 4 will be available in early 2018.

Pacifist RPG 'Undertale' heading to PS4 and Vita 

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Pacifist RPG 'Undertale' heading to PS4 and Vita 

If you've never looked at a PC as a gaming device, you might have missed one of 2015's best, most unexpected RPG hits: Undertale. It was a quirky, independent game that billed itself as "the friendly RPG where nobody has to die," but it was more than a pacifist adventure -- it was a role playing game that made every encounter a puzzle, a joke and a moral choice. Sound like your jam? Worry not -- Sony just announced at E3 that the game is coming to PlayStation 4 and PS Vita.

'Monster Hunter World' heads to PlayStation in early 2018

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'Monster Hunter World' heads to PlayStation in early 2018

If you're a Monster Hunter from way back, you'll likely be excited to know that Capcom's latest iteration, Monster Hunter World, is set to release in early 2018. The trailer came onstage at Sony's PlayStation Live experience at E3 in Los Angeles, showing us a lush environment with reptilian monsters both large and small, plus a huge fire-breathing bird-thing that, well, shows up just in time to help the hunter get away from a big scent-carnivore.

'Matterfall' brings frantic sci-fi shooting to PS4 on August 15th

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'Matterfall' brings frantic sci-fi shooting to PS4 on August 15th

Wondering when you'll get to see Matterfall, the next side-scroller from the Resogun creators at Housemarque? You won't have to wait too long. Housemarque and Sony have revealed that Matterfall will reach the PS4 on August 15th. It's not quite as visually luscious as the 2015 trailer suggested (that was was clearly a cinematic meant to whet your appetite), but it still looks tantalizing if you're a fan of Housemarque's frantic shooters.