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Looks Like Sony’s Trash Box Won’t Be Left In SCEA’s Junk Pile

By Spencer . March 31, 2009 . 1:19pm

Gomibako (aka Trash Box in Asia) was made differently from your average PS3 game. The trash compacting game was developed at PlayStation C.A.M.P., a program Sony created to search for new game designers. Earlier this month, Gomibako found its way onto PSN in Japan and Asia where it was already translated into English.   Sony […]

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Gomibako, PSN Trash Tetris Game, Gets English Release This Week

By Spencer . March 18, 2009 . 11:02am

We could see the trash stacking and compacting game, Gomibako, as part of this week’s PlayStation Store update under the name Trash Box.   Maybe.   It is getting an English release for sure, though! Sony Computer Entertainment Hong Kong will release the game on their PlayStation Store tomorrow and it’s fully translated into English. […]

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PlayStation Store Gets Cho Aniki Now Trash Burning PSN Game Later

By Spencer . March 12, 2009 . 3:02am

Sony Computer Entertainment Japan sent out a rough schedule of this month’s PlayStation Network offerings. Today, three new PsOne games join the PlayStation Archives.   One of them is an extremely bizarre entry in the already offbeat Cho Aniki series. The image you’re looking at is an actual picture from Cho Aniki: Kyukyoku Muteki Ginga […]

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Gomibako, Sony’s Creative PSN Trash Tower, Isn’t Only For Japan

By Spencer . December 23, 2008 . 8:45am

Back at Tokyo Game Show one of the more innovative PlayStation Network games was Gomibako (literally Trash Can). In the game players stacked bits of trash sort of like Tetris with an environmental twist. Each object has an assigned material attribute like biological or metallic waste that affects other things stacked on top of it. […]