Sony Announce Next Experience! PlayStation Details

Posted By | On 18th, Sep. 2009

Experience! PlayStation is an event that takes place every month or so in Japan, where Sony allows the public to play the games that will be releasing on PS3 and PSP. Today they announced the details for the next event in the series.

The next event will take place on July 11 near the Hankyu Umeda Station in Osaka, Japan.  The following PS3 and PSP games are expected to be on the show:

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Playstation 3:


  • Professional Baseball Spirits 6
  • Katamari Damacy Tribute
  • Toro

PSP:

  • Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G
  • Konami baseball game
  • Tales of Vs

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