Still reeling from all the announcements made at The Game Awards/Playstation Experience last weekend? We’ve got all the most important announcements from both events right here on the news roundup.

Street Fighter V Exclusive to Playstation 4/PC

Street Fighter V was officially announced exclusively for Playstation 4 and PC during the Playstation Experiences Keynote. We had a sneaking suspicion that Street Fighter V would be announced after a trailer was leaked early last week showcasing a fight between Ryu and Chun-Li.

While the gameplay seems traditionally Street Fighter-esque, it’s interesting that a multi-platform game like Street Fighter is now exclusive to Playstation 4 and PC. This could be seen as Sony firing back at Microsoft for purchasing ‘Rise of The Tomb Raider’ as an exclusive to the Xbox One.

No release date or window has been announced, but the public will be able to view the first Street Fighter V match on December 13th over at

Shovel Knight Arrives on Playstation 3/4 & Vita

Originally debuting on the Wii U and 3DS earlier this year, Shovel Knight is now coming to the Playstation 3, 4 and Vita.

Taking heavy inspiration from NES-era games, Shovel Knight is a callback to everything that was great about old-school platforming/action games. The end of the trailer also shows that there will be additional content in the Playstation version, including Kratos from the God of War series as a boss.

Shovel Knight is set to release on Playstation consoles sometime next year.

New God of War in Development

Speaking of GOW, Sony’s Santa Monica Studio told fans during a Q&A session that they are working on a new God of War. While the project is still in early days, Santa Monica Studio’s Creative Director Cory Barlog stated that the game will not be a prequel like the most recent GOW game.

A numerical entry in the GOW series hasn’t happened since 2010, so fans are definitely anticipating any info about the upcoming game with baited breath.

Uncharted 4 Gameplay Seen for the First Time

The Playstation Experience keynote started off by giving the fans what they wanted: Uncharted 4 footage.

Judging from the gameplay footage, the areas firefights take place in seem a great deal more vertical allowing attacks on enemies from a multitude of different angles. The new stealth mechanics also seem strongly influenced by the Last Of Us, Naughty Dog’s previous game.

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is set to release 2015.

Zelda Wii U is Massive

Topping off the Game Awards was a video straight from Nintendo Japan showing gameplay from the upcoming Zelda Wii U title.

Exploration was the key theme of this gameplay footage, showing us different tools to navigate the world including Link’s horse Epona which will now control by itself allowing the player to shoot arrows/swing swords without worrying about crashing into trees. The most impressive thing about the entire video was how huge the map is when fully zoomed out. Judging from the amount of time it takes to ride somewhere with Epona, this is definitely one of the biggest Zelda games yet.

Shigeru Miyamoto also briefly mentioned Star Fox Wii U, stating that the game will be released before Zelda Wii U. Zelda Wii U is set to release sometime next year.