Every trailer that you might have missed from the Paris Games Show this week

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I think Sony put on a hell of an event this week to kick off the Paris Games Show. While the games on offer might not be to everyone’s tastes, the point here is that Sony still had a ton of them. Exclusives and third-party content with features locked to the PlayStation, paving the way for a bright 2018. There might have been too many of those trailers for you to sit through though, resulting in a few games missing a chance to interact with your eyeballs.

Well worry not, because here’s a list of all the trailers that popped up on Monday night. Grab a snack, sit back and feast your eyes on games that range from VR to the beaches of Normandy and even further beyond:

Apex Construct

Blood and Truth

Bow to Blood

Call of Duty WWII

Concrete Genie

Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris

Detroit: Become Human

Eden Tomorrow

Erica

Far Cry 5

Ghost of Tsushima

God of War

Guacamelee! 2

Invector

League of War: VR Arena

Megalith

Monster Hunter: World

Onrush

Oure

Dead Hungry

Shadow of the Colossus

Smash Hit Plunder

Spelunky 2

Spider-Man

Sprint Vector

Star Child

The Gardens Between

The Hong Kong Massacre

The Last of Us Part II

Ultrawings

I know that Ghost of Tsushima, Spider-Man and Spelunky 2 may have hogged all the headlines yesterday, but you know which game I’m most excited for? The Hong Kong Massacre. Darryn loves him some twin-stick shooting, yes he does. What are you looking forward toplaying next year?

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Last Updated: November 1, 2017

Darryn Bonthuys

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