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More from the PS3 stalwarts

"Killzone" and "Infamous," two series that released a couple of titles apiece on the PS3, return for new installments on the PS4. "Killzone Shadow Fall" was displayed with more than seven minutes of real-time gameplay demonstration, looking to maintain the series' FPS fundamentals. "Infamous: Second Son," teased a storyline apart from the first two games, featuring what may have been a new protagonist with the same projectile and mobility-based superpowers. Brendan McDermid, Reuters
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