Sony is Crashing College Campuses Across the US

Posted By | On 08th, Oct. 2011

Sony is going from College Campus to Campus crashing in do give you the ultimate 3D Gaming Experience.  They will arrive with 6 3D Gaming Kiosks with games to play in 3D like Uncharted 3 before it is even out and Resistance 3.  The will be showdowns, contests, prizes, food, music and much more as the Playstation Dorm Crashers Team rolls into a University near you!  Well only in the US.  It is not that easy though, you are going to want to tell Sony why you think they should come to your campus by going here to get them pumped to crash your campus from October 3rd to November 20th.


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