Lots of additions to the PSN storefront this week, like the long-awaited PS Vita epic Soul Sacrifice, from industry legend Keiji Inafune. Zombie Tycoon II: Brainhov’s Revenge is free for PlayStation Plus members on PS3 and PS Vita, and Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon takes us to the neon-saturated future of the late 80’s (there’s a demo available in case its ridiculous trailer hasn’t already sold you on it).
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We are proud to announce that Zombie Tycoon 2: Brainhov’s Revenge is launching on PlayStation Store today. Since it’s Cross-Play and Cross-Buy, you’ll get both PS Vita and PlayStation 3 versions for just $9.99. PlayStation Plus members in the US can pick it up for free!
For fans who would like to purchase the game via PlayStation Network, we’re pleased to finally confirm that — for a limited time — North American purchasers will also receive the exclusive pre-order offerings that we’ve been promoting for physical reservations of the game:
Today, we get to know our hero: Diggs Nightcrawler, a bookworm private detective from Library City. Diggs is stoic, a dyed-in-the-wool character whose external cool is challenged mere moments after the player opens their Wonderbook and arrives in his office.
The 5th of May sees the annual Cinco de Mayo celebrations in America and Mexico, so to celebrate the occasion we wanted to ensure that your Sackperson has the right attire for the party by re-releasing the FREE Mariachi Costume for One Week Only!
April is drawing to an end with the last week of Spring Fever, and we’re happy to close out the month with Zombie Tycoon II: Brainhov’s Revenge! It’s releasing tomorrow, and PS Plus members will be able to download it free on their PS3 or PS Vita.
Nik here, it’s nice to get another opportunity to chat with you guys. Today we’re digging a bit deeper into the human puzzle that is Aiden Pearce by launching our World Premiere Gameplay Trailer. Here you’ll get to know Aiden a bit better, and most importantly, you’ll discover what drives him to do the things he does.
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