Screenshot Saturday: PlayStation 4 Coming Out Party

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Sony has announced a little gaming console known as the PlayStation 4. Did ya hear? Of course you heard about it, it’s only been the talk of the town all week long. Well today we’re not here to talk. We just want to take a moment to show off and admire some pretty pictures of the first games and hardware to be showcased for the next generation of PlayStation vidya-gaming. So here, look at these screenshots (or concept art in the case of Destiny) and first images of the PS4’s DualShock 4 controller and PlayStation 4 Eye camera.

(Note: The images for Driveclub and Deep Down are NOT official screenshots. I screen grabbed a handful of scenes from the reveal trailers on my own, just to give those titles some form of representation here since they were a big part of the PlayStation Meeting. Sony and Capcom have not released official assets for these two games yet.)

Watch Dogs:
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Infamous: Second Son:
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Killzone: Shadow Fall:
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Destiny:
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Knack:
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The Witness:
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Driveclub:
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Deep Down:
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DualShock 4:
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PlayStation 4 Eye:
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