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PlayStation Japan press event to be streamed next week


9:20 AM on 09.06.2013
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Hmm. Sony has something up their sleeves for Monday, September 9. This hits a full week ahead of Tokyo Game Show 2013. 

Sony Computer Entertainment Japan plans to stream this press conference direct from Japan on Monday (3pm Tokyo time), complete with English translation.  You should watch.

I wonder what they'll talk about. PS4, for sure. But maybe something about this rumored Oculus Rift-ish VR headset we've been hearing about? Maybe something even better?

As far as I know, Sony still has a pre-TGS press conference set up for Wednesday, September 18. I'm working to try to verify that now. If so, they must have a lot to talk about to have two pressers.






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