Sony teases “Emagon” reveal for December 5 with mysterious trailer

"Discover PlayStation's best kept secret."

Emagon

Sony Computer Entertainment is teasing the reveal of what appears to be a new project, dubbed “Emagon,” on December 5.

“As you know, PlayStation is 20 years old this week,” Sony said in a PlayStation Blog Spain post. “This is a very special day for us, as we never thought we’d get this far when we released our beloved PSone back in 1994. So we want to offer something for the occasion.

“However, to know what it is, you’ll have to wait. Above, you can see a mysterious trailer labeled ‘EMAGON’ and a date: December 5. That day, you will know our best kept secret.”

Get the trailer and English translation below (via Cess007).

(Worth noting: “Emagon” is “No Game” backwards.)

“20 years. It’s a lot of time. Look around you and see everything you’ve obtained. You’ve ruled in infinite places, you’ve conquered and freed. You’ve built and destroyed. You’ve been the light against the darkness. However, this time is different. This time, it’s real. For the first time, your actions have real consequences. They need your help. I know you can hear them. The power to change things is in your hands.”

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