Bloodborne (why they didn't show gameplay is beyond me)
No Man's Sky
Hotline Miami 2
Batman Arkham Knight
I'm really excited for those...and that's a decent amount of content, but a good bit of that is multiplat.
Teasing us with beautiful footage of UC4 was nice, but it's going to be a long time coming. I was very excited about The Last of Us Remastered, but I'd feel the fool if I paid $60 for a game I've already played...twice. I'll definitely pick it up, but it will be when it's $30 or free on PS+.
No details on Morpheus or when we might see it on a shelf, nothing about the Last Guardian or Gran Turismo, nothing about why I should buy the PS4 camera now (I already have one, but seriously, why? To play Playroom?), and what was most shocking to me was the lack of what I thought was going to be their closing fireworks- a large firmware update that would add the functionality everyone is clamoring for and already enjoying on their PS3.
So, it wasn't a bad show, but it wasn't earth shattering or particularly exciting. But then, they didn't really need it to be, did they? They're clearly on top, though the distance between them and their competitor seems to be shrinking, so I suppose they felt safe enough not to need any crazy announcements. Still, fluff about Powers, PlayStation Now, PS TV with a freaking DS3!!!!, and a horrendous Ratchet & Clank movie was annoying. If we're being honest with ourselves, do we really think that 30 minutes of admittedly cute and funny cutscenes from a video game can make a good movie? I doubt it.
All in all, I have a ton of little titles downloaded on the PS4 that I need to make my way through. I still need to finish up the plat for Dark Souls 2. I have Wolfenstein on the way and Plants vs. Zombies after that. I've also got Demon Gaze waiting for me on the Vita and Bravely Default sitting in my DS. I don't really need to be bombarded with games I want to play, but I guess I was expecting just a bit more from Sony.