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Sony Japan teases Panopticon with this trailer


11:30 AM on 05.16.2013



A Sony Japan teaser website has culminated in the release of a trailer for a game called Panopticon which, to my eyes, looks like another take on the popular Monster Hunter formula. One in which fashionable young people (with robotic limbs?) battle in a destroyed city. I'm ... down!

Based on the website, we'll find out more about this project on May 21. I would very much like that. There's frankly not too much of real substance to go on with the teaser trailer other than the art direction and seeming numbered identification of Panopticon's inhabitants that could signify an interesting story direction.






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