For those wondering what’s upcoming from Playstation, you received some incredible news on Saturday.

At this weekend’s PlayStation Experience 2016 (PSX) the company unveiled some exciting new titles coming to the PS4.

First, the big kahuna. The rumored sequel to zombie-survival adventure  The Last of Us, arguably the most critically acclaimed game in recent memory, was revealed by Naughty Dog. Joel and Ellie are back in Last of Us Part 2. The graphics, like its predecessor, are gorgeous. The main characters are both noticeably older. If you’re taking any bets on future Game of the Year winners, here’s a sure qualifier. No release date was announced.

Next up, the popular Marvel vs Capcom series is adding another title, Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite. The newest installment looks like standard fare, with the trailer featuring Mega Man and Ryu facing off against Iron Man and Captain Marvel. For those looking for a fighting game to put hundreds of hours into to master move combinations, Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite looks legit.

News dropped back at E3 2016 PlayStation was remastering the iconic platformer Crash Bandicoot. With the help of Vicarious Visions, PlayStation announced the first three games in the Crash Bandicoot series would be remastered. On Saturday, we got a glimpse on the changes, titled Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy. 

Considering PlayStation’s now dated graphics, the remaster looks insanely impressive and a must-own for anyone with a PS4. Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is set for a 2017 release.

Also of note, PaRappa The Rapper is getting a high-resolution PS4 remaster for its 20th anniversary. Suddenly, I feel old.

I’ll leave you with the best rap from the original game.

Here’s a full rundown of PSX from Forbes. 

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