Many PS3 exclusives land in September 2007, plus a list of other big future PS3 titles

10 April 2007
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September 2007 is a big month for PS3-exclusive games announced Sony. Because that’s when we’ll see:

Heavenly Sword on PS31. Heavenly Sword, the ultra-responsive arena-based swordfighting game;
2. Lair, the innovative dragon-fighting game;
3. WarHawk 2, the air, foot and vehicle combat game, which is still looking likely to be released over the PlayStation Network rather than in the shops;
4. As well as the first PS3 version of Ratchet & Clank.

Grand Theft Auto IV on PS3Two exclusives that will be coming out before then are karaoke favorite SingStar PS3 on June 13 and the third-person action remake Ninja Gaiden Sigma on June 26. Other big multiplatform titles include: the insane first-person shoot-em-up The Darkness on June 26, the return of Grand Theft Auto IV on October 16, action game Devil May Cry 4 in October-November, third-person action game Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune this winter, and stealthy assassin game Assassin’s Creed on Christmas 2007.

Metal Gear Solid 4 on PS3I’d like to point out that a lot of PlayStation fans are expecting Metal Gear Solid 4 and Final Fantasy 13 this year. They are wrong, Metal Gear Solid 4 will no doubt be delayed into 2008 and since Final Fantasy 13 won’t even come out in Japan until 2008, the rest of the world might be waiting for Final Fantasy 13 until late 2008, or 2009.

In 2008 we’ll see other Sony developed PS3 games like: the first-person action shooter Killzone 2, futuristic racer WipEout, gangster action The Getaway, action-adventure Eight Days, safari sim Afrika, and maybe racing sim Gran Turismo 5. — Via Sony blog Threespeech

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