I hope you’re ready to get hit right in the feels, because ICO joins the PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection tomorrow. The classic title has been an industry favorite ever since its release, so if you haven’t had a chance to play it, you can finally learn what all the fuss was about.
Eight new pre-order titles are now available on the PlayStation Store this week. Additionally, if you pre-ordered Diablo III, now’s the time to start downloading. Also, check out Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse, Rayman Legends and Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate. With a host of other games on the PlayStation Store this week, including Cross-Buy title, Kickbeat, there’s sure to be something for you to enjoy.
Don’t be alarmed — no, it’s not Monday. Although PlayStation Plus updates typically kick off the week, we’re trying something new by pulling back the curtain on our Instant Game Collection updates a little early.
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn hits the PlayStation Store this week alongside Lost Planet 3, Hatsune Miku Project Diva F and Killer is Dead. It’s week two of the PS Vita Summer Select Sale and you can pick up the highly anticipated Spelunky, which is Cross-Buy and Cross-Play for both PS Vita and PS3, and you get a discount if you’re a PS Plus member.
Naughty Dog’s hugely successful title The Last of Us continues to succeed on PSN, but it didn’t quite take the top slot this time. Thanks to the Summer Blast sale, the PlayStation classic Shadow of the Colossus climbed the charts to become the best-selling game in July.
It’s a packed week on the PlayStation Store, with pre-orders of NHL 14, Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Blacklist and The Bureau: XCOM Declassified. There’s also this week’s PSN Play title ibb & obb, the beautiful Dragon’s Crown on both PSN & PS Vita, and Tales of Xillia. There’s still one more week to pre-order Ducktales, so jump to it.
Coming to PSP and PS Vita (via PSN) on August 27th (and to retail soon after that), Sweet Fuse follows the escapades of Saki Infaune, irascible fictional niece of legendary game developer Keiji Inafune as she navigates a deadly theme park and searches for that most elusive of emotions: Love.
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