Sony reveals early 2008 game line-up

Sony announced an impressive line-up of first-party games for PS3, PSN, PS2, and PSP on Wednesday.

Highlights include Hot Shots Golf 5, Wipeout HD, Grant Turismo 5: Prologue, and God of War: Chains of Olympus -- all shipping in the US in their spring, Australia's autumn. Great news for PS3 owners. Full list below is when they'll be available in the US:


  • MLB 08: The Show (PS3) - Spring 08
  • Hot Shots Golf 5 (PS3) - March 08
  • Wipeout HD (PSN) - Early 08
  • Rat Race (PSN) - Winter 07/08
  • echochrome (PSN) - Q1 2008
  • Gran Turismo 5: Prologue (PS3/PSN) - Q1 2008
  • PixelJunk Monsters (PSN) - January 08


  • MLB 08: The Show
  • Patapon - February 08
  • Wipeout Pulse - Q1 2008
  • Pursuit Force Extreme Justice - January 08
  • Secret Agent Clank - Q1 2008
  • God of War: Chains of Olympus - March 08


  • MLB 08: The Show - Q1 2008
  • Twisted Metal Head On - Spring 08
  • SingStar 90's - Q1 2008
  • Buzz! The Hollywood Quiz - March 08
  • Buzz! Jr.: Robo Jam - March 08

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