Nintendo took its turn dousing gamers in E3 announcements. Sony America CEO Jack Tretton said PlayStation 4 won't have any DRM restrictions for Sony's first-party games, but third-party publishers will be able to set up their own DRM policies for the console, similar to the current policy for PS3. Telltale Games' The Walking Dead is indeed getting DLC titled 400 Days to help transition to its second season. We've got lots of juicy previews of the games we're seeing at E3.
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