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Journey makes it second and more importantly PSN-wide debut this week. In other news, the cell-shaded side-scroller Shoot Many Robots gets a release along with FIFA Street.
Other highlights include a full game download of BioShock 2 and a host of new discounts for those of us who are a little strapped for cash at the moment.
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The recently reviewed Journey makes its PSN-wide debut this week. thatgamecompany’s latest has garnered much critical praise including our own. If you enjoyed the development studio’s previous games flOw and Flower you’ll want to pick this one up.
Other highlight include a full game download of BioShock 2, Shoot Many Robots and a pair of Vita titles.
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Whether you call it football, soccer or fútbol there’s no denying it’s place as the most popular game on Earth. Americans have their baseball and Australians their rugby but neither can touch the vastness of The World’s Game.
With that in mind Swedish developer Pixel Tales brings Quizball Goal to the PSN. Does the mixture of arcade sensibilities and trivia make for a good outing on the pitch?
At long last Trine 2 has made its way to the European PlayStation Stores. Those who have awaited the sequel’s release, patiently or otherwise, are justly rewarded for their endurance with eye-opening discounts on the title from the get go. PlayStation Plus members even get the game for free.
Other Highlights include 4 free PS+ games, Mass Effect 3 and Unit 13 for Vita owners.
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Haven’t you heard? Mass Effect 3 has officially gone live (look for our official review coming soon). If you fancy downloading the fight for Earth to your hard drive make sure you have at least the requisite 14 GB of free space. Remember readers, a watched download never finishes so you may want to start it right before you turn in for the night.
Other highlights this week include early access to Journey for PS+ members and four new Vita games.
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Say goodbye to the Renaissance and hello to the Revolution.
The setting of the next Assassin’s Creed game has been revealed along with the game’s first trailer and batch of screenshots. Here’s what we know about the game including some insight from the development team’s Creative Director.
Once every four years we get to see our old friend February 29. To commemorate (or perhaps because scheduling dictates) the occasion the PlayStation Store has given us a brand new batch of games to download and play. Sadly like Leap Day this week’s update is rather forgettable but hey you’ve got a new Vita to play.
Highlights include a few full PS3 games and a few steep discounts.
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Are you not terrible at Soul Caliber V? Are you really not terrible? Then maybe you have what it takes to earn the respect and adoration of your befallen peers and win a sword.
Yes, a sword.
It’s a little known fact that the Academy Awards were originally scheduled for this week but then the Hollywood well-to-dos got wind that the PlayStation Store was holding the Gamer’s Choice Awards the very same week and promptly did an about face. No doubt they knew a sub-par year in film was no match for a fantastic year of downloadable games. Sign into the PlayStation Store to vote for your favorites.
Outside of the Gamers’ Choice Awards the update brings us a few pearls including Storm, Killzone 3 multiplayer and Majiesto’s favorite game from 2011: Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
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A pair of Mass Effect 3 trailers, one live-action and one of the CGI variety await your eyeballs.
The reapers are coming! The reapers are coming!
.Unlike the North American store, Vita games will apparently have to wait until next week’s update to make their grand debut on the European stores. There’s no reason to be sullen though because like the North American store a great amount of content is hitting this week.
Highlights this week include the Mass Effect 3 demo, Grand Theft Auto IV and 27, yes 27, PS2 classics.
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Despite their huge success on PC, RTS (real-time strategy) games have been largely lost on console gamers. While console-dedicated studios have only managed moderate success in their attempts to replicate the addicting gameplay, their PC brethren have enjoyed it for generations. Because of this developers and publishers alike are reluctant to try their hand at this genre, which perhaps represents the greatest opportunity for innovation within the industry.
Obviously this week’s update is dominated by the massive collection of launch Vita titles that are arriving on the store. A total of 17 games are now available for download on your new device. We hope your memory card can hold it.
In other news PlayStation Plus members are gifted a full retail game, Grand Theft Auto IV and House Of The Dead III can be purchased and the Mass Effect 3 demo awaits. All-in-all this may be the most content rich PlayStation Store update the States have ever seen.
Before you know it, February 22nd will be here and you’ll be walking into your favorite neighborhood gaming establishment/warehouse retailer to pick up your very own PlayStation Vita.
In case you’re wondering what to do next with said Vita, we’ve got the complete launch lineup of games available for purchase right when you power it on.
In anticipation of the epic release of the epic conclusion to the epic Mass Effect series, BioWare has released a pack of new trailers into the wild.
There are plenty of new details revealed here including some never-before-seen enemies types. Have a look and let us know what you think.
It is within the realm of possibility that you may not find anything to your liking on the store this week but it isn’t likely. This week European PS3 enthusiasts are granted access to a veritable cornucopia of content. There’s Shank2 and Gotham City Impostors and Catherine and The Simpsons Arcade Game and so on and so forth.
Other highlights include a fist full of minis, Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning DLC and a PSP sale to celebrate the system that is soon to be obsolete.
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This is the kind of week that makes you glad to have access to the PlayStation Store. A total of 10 games are making their debut on our beloved store, making up for past weeks which were quite , shall we say light on new games.
The Simpsons Arcade Game, featured in every respectable pizza establishment in the 90’s, as well as Shank 2 share the spotlight this week. Also there’s good news for gamers who would like to spend more money on Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning as a host of DLC is now available.
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Yet again the PlayStation Store brings us another beta to behold. This week PlayStation gamers in the PAL territories get a crack at Sweet Tooth in Twisted Metal.
Other highlights include the Gotham City Impostors beta, a banner week for PlayStation Plus and a demo for Syndicate. There’s plenty to find, you just got to find it.
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With the Vita’s release right around the corner news has broke concerning the pricing structure for games downloaded, in lieu of physical retail purchase, in the United States.
Let’s just say you may want to pony up for a bigger memory stick.