Sony teases at new game reveal… and it’s something to do with knitting

Posted By | On 28th, Aug. 2010

Sony have created a new page, titled amimono, on their website, and have a countdown ticking down to… something.

Amimono apparently means “knitting” in Japanese. The flash image on the page shows a man in a suit and a hat sitting on an armchair, knitting clothes. Not very manly, but neither was picking flowers in Red Dead Redemption, which, funnily, was fun.

The clock is ticking down as we speak- type, whatever- and at the moment, it shows 4 days, 12 hours and 20 minutes until whatever it is Sony plan to do then.

So, what do you think it is? A LittleBigPlanet PSP 2, since, you know, Sackboy is stitched and all. Or maybe a competitor for Nintendo’s upcoming Kirby’s Epic Yarn? We’ll tell you as soon as we find out.


Tagged With:

Amazing Articles You Might Want To Check Out!



Share Your Thoughts Below  (Always follow our comments policy!)



Keep On Reading!

Apex Legends – Season 10: Emergence Gameplay Trailer Sees World’s Edge in Ruins

Apex Legends – Season 10: Emergence Gameplay Trailer Sees World’s Edge in Ruins

The new trailer also showcases the new Rampage LMG, new cosmetics in the battle pass and some abilities for th...

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: The Siege of Paris Launches on August 12

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: The Siege of Paris Launches on August 12

The second and last major paid expansion in Assassin's Creed Valhalla's first expansion pass is launching next...

Dead Space Remake Will Include Accessibility Options, Says Creative Director

Dead Space Remake Will Include Accessibility Options, Says Creative Director

In an interview with IGN, Dead Space remake's creative director talks about his plans for including accessibil...

No More Heroes 3 Trailer Shows Off Open-World Elements Ahead Of Its August Release

No More Heroes 3 Trailer Shows Off Open-World Elements Ahead Of Its August Release

No More Heroes 3 receives 3 teaser trailers showcasing Travis Touchdown casually strolling and speeding around...

Astro’s Playroom Developer Team Asobi Staffing Up For Next Game

Astro’s Playroom Developer Team Asobi Staffing Up For Next Game

Astro's Playroom developer seems to be hiring for a new 3D action game which will feature "creative situations...

Xbox Series X and PS5’s GPU Differences Are “Not That Significant,” Says Dev

Xbox Series X and PS5’s GPU Differences Are “Not That Significant,” Says Dev

The Parasight CEO Bartosz Kapron gives an interesting insight about the differences between the PS5 and Xbox S...