The 2 Other Coolest Game Trailers During The PlayStation Expo 2016
The PlayStation Expo 2016 was just recently concluded and it was indeed an awesome experience. Aside from the fun, good music, and the camaraderie felt by game enthusiasts, there were some awesome and cool trailers from the games everyone has been waiting for.
Fans were delighted after the sequels to their much-awaited favorite games were presented during the PlayStation Expo 2016 was presented. Naughty Dog has two new games coming. Technically, the other one was just an expansion nevertheless it's a new game. First, there's Last of Us II where fans saw a now-grown-up Ellie who is ready to take down her enemies. She has this quiet resolve which is stronger and scarier than Joel's in terms of killing her enemies.
Another one from Naughty Dog is the Uncharted 4 expansion The Lost Legacy. It stars Chloe Frazer and Nadine Ross in their quest to find a treasure in India. Then, there's Resident Evil 7 which is due in January 2017, and The Last Guardian which took developers 10 years to complete.
The other cool games presented during the PlayStation Expo 2016 that seemed to be overlooked are Crash Bandicoot and Yooka-Laylee.
Crash Bandicoot 2016 is called the N. Sane Trilogy which is really a remastered version of the title's first three games: Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back and Crash Bandicoot: Warped. But what makes this remaster version stands out is because all of them have an HD quality to all of them. In fact, Sony is calling it a 'remaster plus' because it looks much better than a traditional remaster.
The other cool game trailer during the PlayStation Expo 2016 is Yooka-Laylee labeled as the spiritual successor of the Nintendo 64 game Banjoo-Kazooie. The developers of Yooka-Laylee are the same team that has brought you Donkey Kong 64 and Perfect Dark.
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