-Towers of Aghasba
Feel kinda sorry for this game as the fact it came after the MGS announcement means most people likely weren't paying attention to it because people were still processing the MGS stuff. Looks similar in style to Horizon and recent Zelda games so if you like those games it might be worth keeping an eye on.
-Final Fantasy XVI trailer
Bit disappointed they didn't confirm a demo (Square's been doing demos a lot lately so is it wrong I expected one for FF16?), game still looks awesome and will no doubt be the PS5's biggest game this summer.
-Alan Wake 2
Already confirmed a few years back but good to finally see more and get a release date, October 17, 2023. Remedy confirmed years ago a big shake up for this sequel is it'll be a "survival-horror" game this time, as opposed to a traditional third person shooter with horror elements like the first. Looks like it'll be similar in style to the recent Resident Evil remakes, and in addition to Alan you'll also play as an FBI agent.
-Assassin's Creed: Mirage
I believe this was our first look at gameplay, and we got a release date of October 12, 2023. Ubisoft confirmed a while ago this game is supposed to be a "back to its roots" entry for AC, going back to being a stealth action-adventure like the earlier games (even being set in the middle east like the first game). Hopefully it'll be good, I know a lot of AC fans have wanted a game that returns the series back to its roots for a long time now.
A new game from the team behind Night in the Woods (even has a cat running in the trailer who looks like if Mae was just a regular feral cat). According to a press release it'll be a game about "becoming a witch's familiar." I expect it'll be an adventure game like NitW, hopefully it'll be just as well written.
-Granblue Fantasy: Relink
A Granblue action-RPG, kinda looks like a mix of "Tales" and "Xenoblade" so I'll be keeping on eye on this one.
-Street Fighter 6 trailer
Basically reminding people the game is coming out really soon. Hope it lives up to the hype, especially after SFV disappointed fans.
Side scrolling action game that is giving me slight Hollow Knight vibes, could be interesting.
-Tower of Fantasy
I had to look up a bit more info on this one, turns out its an open world MMO. It's free-to-play as well so I guess check it out if it looks neat to you.
-Dragon's Dogma 2
At long last it's finally coming out, looks awesome, not much else I can say. I need to replay Dark Arisen before this comes out.
-FNAF: Help Wanted 2
The FANF VR game is getting a sequel. if you liked the first then you'll likely enjoy this one too. I haven't played Help Wanted due to a lack of VR so I can't comment much here.
-RE4 VR Mode
A first look at RE4's upcoming VR update for people who have PSVR2. Looks like it'll be similar to how VR worked in the Quest VR edition of the original RE4.
-Arizona Sunshine 2
This VR zombie game is getting a sequel. Again I don't have VR so I can't comment much on if the original was good or not.
-Crossfire: Sierra Squad VR
A VR military shooter. Again, I don't know what to say.
Another VR game but this one looks like it's gonna be closer in style to something like Half-Life: Alyx based on what they showed. Also I'm 100% certain the villain is voiced by David Hayter, you can hear his Snake coming out in various scenes.
Already talked about this above but damn what a gut punch. At first I got excited seeing Bungie's reviving one of their old pre-Halo IPs, but then I found out it's a PvP "extraction shooter" akin to something like Escape from Tarkov and my excitement got dashed, because come on seriously I'm pretty sure Marathon fans wanted a single player campaign like the old titles. I think I now know how Shadowrun fans felt back in the mid-00s when the 2007 Shadowrun was announced as a competitive multiplayer FPS instead of an RPG like the Genesis and SNES games (and hopefully like Shadowrun, which got proper RPG followups in the 2010s, maybe Matrathon will get a single player entry one day).
-Destiny 2: The Final Shape
Basically a new Destiny 2 expansion. I never got into this series, but a YouTuber I watch named Skill Up loves Destiny so hopefully it'll be something him and other Destiny fans enjoy.
I have no idea what kind of game this is going to be based on the trailer so I don't know what to comment really.
Shockingly didn't get any release date. Biggest thing was getting a good look at Kraven and The Lizard (aka Dr. Conners), confirmation Peter will indeed have the symbiote suit (this was probably safe to assume given the previous CG trailer confirmed Venom is in the game too), you'll swap between Peter and Miles, and that it looks like it'll play just as well as Spider-Man 2018 and Miles Morales.
SO… in the end my overall thoughts? Honestly this wasn't quite as exciting as I hoped. Not terrible by any means, but to ape someone else's comment from elsewhere "this felt more like a State of Play but with a Showcase run-time." A real 6/10 Showcase IMO. Most exciting things for me personally were the MGS stuff, Phantom Blade 0, Spider-Man 2, and Dragon's Dogma 2.