Sony opened its E3 2012 press conference by touching on its older devices, saying its "commitment is as strong as ever" to the PlayStation 3.
CEO and President Jack Tretton took the opportunity to promote The Last of Us, which is being released this week, before moving on to remind customers of a string of new games for the old console.
Sony then played a mash up of trailers for The Walking Dead, Beyond: Two Souls, Batman: Arkham Origins, GTAV, Gran Turismo 6, Puppeteer, and Rain.
Sony will also be offering a bundled version of the console and GTAV, priced at $300.
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