Japan Studio’s Creative PlayStation C.A.M.P. Team Has A Vita Game

By Spencer . September 14, 2012 . 2:40pm

PlayStation C.A.M.P. (that stands for Creator Audition Mash up Project) is behind Tokyo Jungle, the PlayStation 3 game where animals and AIBO rule Tokyo after mankind left planet Earth.


Box! Open Me is their next game and it makes use of the PlayStation Vita’s cameras. You can actually download a demo of Box! Open Me from Japan’s PlayStation store today… but you need to grab the PlayStation Official Catalog to make it work.


That’s all we know about Box! Open Me. Sony will release the quizzical game as a PlayStation Network download this winter.

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  • Paradox me

    I’m trying to come up with a clever way to post this image.

    Oh well.

    • ronin4life

      Why not zoidberg?

  • sandra10

    CAMP’s also behind Rain.

    I wish this looked as good as Rain.

    • Godmars

       Don’t you mean hope?

  • Testsubject909

    Box… Open Me? Ordinary Box?

    Why is it that this is the first thing that came to my mind?


    PS: There’s swearing in this video, so just beware of that.

    • Göran Isacson

      If this game is nothing but us opening boxes with horrible, mindscarring contents and the game scores us on how many boxes we can open before just breaking down and falling for John Doe’s plan…

      … I think I would actually want to play it… that doesn’t say very good things about me, does it…

      • Testsubject909

        I’d buy that day 1. It’d be an awesome if not very demoralizing mind trip like Spec Ops The Line.

  • Solid Snake will be in one of them =P

  • Mrgrgr and Unacceptable World

    ….. why does i hope for a box inside a box there lol.^_^

  • sherimae1324

    ohhhhh pleaaaaaaaaaaaseeeee opeeeeeeen meeeeeeee hnnnnngggghhh ^_^

  • I can’t believe it’s happening! After all these years a company is finally developing a game for my box-opening fetish! I can’t wait to open these boxes. I’ll open them day and night non-stop! I don’t care if they’re empty. It’s that tingling feeling of treasure that may lurk within that matters.

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