12:03 - Jack continues to encourage last-gen gamers, as he proclaims that 130 titles will be released for PS2 in 2008. Footage of some of the game follows the statement.
12:05 - Buzz is coming to the PSP for the first time as well as the PS3. Theme packs will be available on the PlayStation Network this year.
12:06 - PS2 will be packaged with Lego Batman and an original Justice League DVD this fall, for $149.99.
12:08 - It's time to talk PlayStation Network. Starting this fall, all PlayStation users will have a single account to sign on, which can be used anywhere at any time - computers, friend's houses, etc. Sony's intention is to offer more user integration and more content in the PlayStation Network. Should Microsoft be worried?
12:09 - Ratchet & Clank Future: Quest for Booty. This shorter game will be offered on the PlayStation Network as a download. It will sport the same quality as a full, retail title, but at a lower price: $14.99.
12:13 - Video of upcoming downloadable titles are shown gets PS3 users excited. LittleBigPlanet, Ratchet & Clank, Fat Princess, PixelJunk Eden, Pain: Amusement Park, Flower, Siren: Blood Curse, Ragdoll and Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic are just a few.
12: 15 - Talk about Gran Turismo 5 Prologue leads to another revolutionary breakthrough: Gran Turismo TV. Live competitions and other racing and automotive footage will be broadcasted in high definition on the channel. It will be available starting August 1st.
12:20 - Jack Trenton promised that Sony home will be more than worth the wait. Sony is working hard to create the best experience ever, and third party developers are also at work, eager to participate in the upcoming success.
12:22 - The better and stronger PlayStation Network will also offer movie downloads. The partnerships with Sony Pictures, Paramount, Disney, MGM, Lionsgate, 20th Century Fox, Funimation Channel, etc. will provide a vast line-up.