20:02: Slight delay on starting here. Will let you know when it begins.
20:05: Kaz Hirai comes on stage and discusses the prospect of 3D technology, before paving the way for Killzone 3. The audience is told to put on their 3D glasses for a series of live demos - expect a lot of this over the next hour.
20:09: The demo is set within a destroyed compound surrounded by frozen wastes. After breaking in the new jetpack by leaping over some icebergs, the player hovers around the environment and rains fire on enemies. The visuals look incredible.
20:11: It will be launched exclusively for PS3 in February 2011, with PlayStation Move functionality at launch.
20:13: More 3D details: Gran Turismo 5 and Motorstorm Apocalypse will support 3D, along with third-party offerings Tron, NBA 2K11, Ghost Recon Future Soldier, Crysis 2 and Mortal Kombat. Kaz also just announced the The Sly Collection, which will be the trilogy of Sly Cooper games, with HD and 3D support.
20:17: Actually, that's the last of 3D this evening it seems. Sony of America president Jack Tretton is now on stage discussing the advantages of the PlayStation platform, before moving onto PlayStation Move.
20:23: After a developer video on the advantages of PlayStation Move, the presenter argues that you get "two games in one" with compatible titles, with a motion title and a regular game on the same Blu-ray disc.
20:27: Now shown is a third-person adventure game designed for Move called Sorcery. The protagonists' wand is mapped 1:1 to the controller, while the sub-controller moves around. You can swing to throw spells, draw a line of fire using the curser to protect yourself, and drink potions to transform into different creatures to explore new areas.
20:31: EA is welcomed on stage to introduce Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 with Move support.
20:37: The remote is obviously used as the club, and is promised to offer 1:1 movement. The presenter emphasises that it's quite realistic, and keeps hitting the ball into bunkers and the rough. Perhaps he's just not very good at golf? A patch with Move support will be released when the device ships, as well as in a demo that ships with the controller.
20:38: Ratchet, Sly and Jak are joining together for Heroes On The Move. This one is light on details, but it's a third-person platformer with Move support.
20:40: Internet marketing sensation Kevin Butler comes on stage to a rapturous applause. He cracks a few jokes about the Kinect reveal the other night and discusses the motion controller battle.
20:49: After a rousing speech, Move launch details are announced; September 15 in Europe, September 19 in North America and in Japan for October 21. It's $49.99 for just the Move, $29.99 for the sub-controller, and a bundle offering the Move, EyeToy camera and Sports title will retail for $99.99. There will be 15 titles at launch.
20:52: A reel of supported titles shows Time Crisis Razing Storm, Lord Of The Rings: Aragon's Quest and SingStar Dance. It'll also be patched in with Resident Evil 5 Gold Edition, Heavy Rain and more.
20:55: Now onto the PSP. Sony is to launch a new marketing campaign for the platform, which will feature Kevin Butler and the kid from Role Models.
20:57: A title announced for North America is Invizimals, which will use the camera add-on for augmented reality gameplay. (It's already out here in Europe.) After that is a trailer for God Of War: Ghost Of Sparta, followed by a showreel of new games for the device.
20:59: Talk moves onto the PlayStation Network. Since last E3, there has been a double digit increase in users, with over 50 million worldwide, the largest userbase of any console. The video marketplace will be rolled out in Canada later this year.
21:01: Sony's E3 2010 booth will be replicated within PlayStation Home.
21:04: Alex Evans from Media Molecule takes to the stage to discuss LittleBigPlanet 2. It will feature Sackbots, cinematic direction, music composition, a grapple hook and the ability to make a level in any genre.
21:08: A few examples are shown. First is a multiplayer stage with button icons dropping down that the player must press. Any button on the controller can be mapped to objects in the creation suite to perform specific functions. The next is a top-down arena with hover carts, and then a side-on jetpack shooter with low gravity.
21:10: Back to PSN, now announced is a paid for service called PlayStation Plus. It will offer gamers "options to expand and enhance their gaming experience", giving exclusive content. If you subscribe, you get "hundreds of dollars worth" of content. Early demos and beta invites, free games and minis, discounts on the PSN store, automatic downloads for patches and demos and more in the future.
21:12: It will be available from later this month for $49.99 for one year, and $17.99 for three months.
21:12: It was also added that all existing PlayStation Network services will remain free. PSN+ content is a bonus for those that want it.
21:14: EA now returns to the stage to discuss the long-standing relationship it has had with Sony since the launch of the original PlayStation. There will be two titles coming soon with PS3 exclusive content.
21:19: One of those is Medal Of Honour. Multiplayer is shown through a series of videos, including one in a map called Diwagal Camp in the Team Assault mode.
21:20: A remastered version of 2002 title Medal Of Honour Frontline will be included exclusively with the PS3 version.
21:23: As promised at yesterday's EA conference, we get to see more of that Dead Space 2 live demo. It too will have an exclusive pack, offering Wii shooter Dead Space Extraction with Move support free with the game.
21:27: Gabe Newell from Valve appears to talk about Portal 2. Did anyone see this coming? It'll be launched on the system in 2011, and offer Steam Cloud support as well as automatic updates. Will Steam itself be coming as well? Newell adds that the PS3 version will be the best on a console platform.
21:31: After a trailer for Final Fantasy XIV, it's announced that there will be free, exclusive content for Mafia II at launch, as well as an exclusive multiplayer beta for Assassin's Creed Brotherhood.
21:32: "Exclusive has become my new favourite word," jokes Tretton.
21:35: After another reel with games coming to PS3, Tretton introduces a long-awaited title - Gran Turismo 5.
21:37: Footage of the Top Gear test track is shown, Stig included. Finally, a date. November 2, 2010 for North America and Latin America, with 3D support.
21:41: Sucker Punch now presents a trailer for InFamous 2. It's out in 2011.
21:42: The conference is about to round up, but not before one last surprise.
21:44: The trailer shows two cab drivers arguing about the lack of a decent combat-racing game on all three PlayStation consoles. It's a new Twisted Metal game from Eat Sleep Play, a studio which includes many of those who made the original, such as David Jaffe. It's out next year.
21:48: One of the new game modes will be based on objective team play, called Nuke. Two factions - the dolls and the clowns - will have giant statues hovering about the city. Basically, you have to capture the opposing leader (an NPC) and bring them back to an arena, which will charge up a missile launcher to destroy the statue.
21:52: Jack Tretton now draws the conference to a close. Thanks for reading!