One Year Later, Did Sony Keep Their E3 2012 Promises?András Neltz6/03/13 1:00pmFiled to: e3 2013e3 2012sonyps3ps vitavitakotakucore1571EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkE3 is just around the corner and, for the fifth year in a row, we're taking a look back at the big three's big E3 promises. What came true, and what didn't? First up is Sony, with Nintendo and Microsoft following suit tomorrow and Wednesday, respectively.AdvertisementE3 is fundamentally about video games. Thus, Sony tried really hard to maintain focus on games last year; and mostly, they succeeded. While there were brief mentions of the esoteric interactive book platform, Wonderbook, and talk of bringing new media channels to the Vita, the presentation was dominated by games, footage of games, and discussion related to games.With that in mind, let's have a look at what Sony promised to give gamers, and what they managed to deliver.PlayStation 3 GamesThe Game: Unfinished Swan.AdvertisementThe Promise: Unfinished Swan, an abstract first-person adventure game, will come to the PlayStation Network in 2012.The Verdict: Promise kept. Unfinished Swan was released on October 23, 2012, with Plus subscribers getting it a week early.The Game: Assassin's Creed III.AdvertisementSponsoredThe Promise: Assassin's Creed III, the next installment in the Assassin's Creed series of open world historical action games, will be released on October 30, 2012.The Verdict: Promise kept.The Game: Far Cry 3.The Promise: Open world shooter Far Cry 3 will get exclusive DLC on the PlayStation 3.The Verdict: Promise kept. High Tides, a downloadable co-op pack exclusive to PS3, was released on January 16, 2013.The Game: God of War: Ascension.AdvertisementAdvertisementThe Promise: The God of War series of hack and slash games will get its next installment with Ascension on March 12, 2013.The Verdict: Promise kept.