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A new version of Trash Panic, just released in Japan, uses a pay structure more like coin-op arcade games than downloadable games: 100 Yen Gomibako costs just 100 yen (about $1) to download, but only allows three play sessions, at which point it prompts the user to pay another 100 yen.Strangely, com...

July 16th 2009 at 9:31am 0 Comments
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Who knew taking out the garbage would be so much fun? Check out the Trophies of this upcoming downloadable PSN game. View Trophy List | Visit Trophy Portal

May 22nd 2009 at 1:22pm 0 Comments
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We already previewed Gomibako back in October at TGS, so when we were given the chance to take another look -- this time under the North American title Trash Panic -- we nearly passed it up. It's trash after all, right? Well, yes. "Gomibako" literally translates to "trash box," and plenty of attend...

April 29th 2009 at 8:30pm 0 Comments

What is Gomibako? It's a downloadable game all about getting rid of trash. The end result of the PlayStation CAMP talent search, this PSN game released on the Japanese PlayStation Store not too long ago. Looks like this quirky puzzler may actually find release in America. The proof? Siliconera has...

April 1st 2009 at 4:30pm 0 Comments

Seriously. Gomibako is all about trash. This quirky downloadable game is now available in Asia, and it has you playing garbage man. Pieces of trash fall in this Tetris-inspired game and it's up to you to compact it. Using real physics, this game embodies a quirky charm that can really only be found...

March 16th 2009 at 3:00pm 0 Comments
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Click for high-res image When we say that Gomibako -- a new PSN title -- is trashy, we're not aiming to dis the game. You see, we're not referring to the game's quality, we're simply referring to what the game's all about. The given name "Gomibako" literally means "trash box," or "trash can" if you...

October 15th 2008 at 3:00pm 0 Comments
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Click to embiggen When we say that Gomibako -- a new PSN title -- is trashy, we're not aiming to dis the game. You see, we're not referring to the game's quality, we're simply referring to what the game's all about. The given name "Gomibako" literally means "trash box," or "trash can" if you prefer....

October 15th 2008 at 2:30pm 0 Comments