Dengeki and Famitsu holding a PlayStation 20th anniversary livesteam

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Dengeki x Famitsu PlayStation 20th Anniversary Stream

Dengeki and Famitsu have announced their plans to conduct a collaborative livestream together at this year’s PlayStation Awards, a Japanese industry event designed to honor games that have come out for PlayStation systems in the past year.

The livestream, set to take place on Wednesday, December 3, from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM JST (9:30 AM GMT) on YouTube and NicoNico, will be hosted by Yoshimichi Nishioka and Katsuhiko Hayashi, editors in chief of Dengeki PlayStation and Weekly Famitsu, respectively, as well as Dogma Kazami, a famous Japanese Let’s Player. The stream is said to focus on the 20th anniversary of the PlayStation, as well as the future of PlayStation and games as a whole, with “a number of top tier guests” stated to be joining the festivities.

Three announcement videos have been posted online showcasing Dogma Kazami’s attempts to convey the pertinent details within 15 seconds. Your guess is as good as mine as to why they needed more than one.

Normal Announcement

Faster Version

Botched Attempts

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