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Sony makes promises, then removes it...

09 Sep 13

As reported last week on Techday, Sony Computer Entertainment Japan and Asia will hold a pre-Tokyo Game Show conference.

They will expose news “that you’ve all been waiting for” according to their Chinese social media service.

They even go as far to say this news is “beyond your expectations” and promise a “surprise” according to The Six Axis. Is it more than just a Japanese release date, the full statement reads:

“Finally, it’s coming to #TGS2013. Like before, SCEJA will have a press conference before the game show.

"I could only say: The news you’ve been waiting for, and the information beyond your expectation will both be revealed officially. So tomorrow, please do watch the live-stream and keep follow @PlayStation ! Promise to bring surprise to you!”

But strangely, this post has now been deleted and it did not seem to give too much information away.

You can watch the stream live at 6pm NZ time here, so you may have to leave work five minutes early to beat the traffic and get the information first hand.

If not don’t stress as Techday will keep you updated.

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