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Hi everyone! Can you believe it’s already May? That’s the fifth month of 2014, for those of you counting. Monday is also Cinco de Mayo, so to get ready for 5/5 we’re putting some great games on sale for just $4.99 — each on PlayStation Store as part of our Flash Sale, starting right now.
Hey everyone. Greg here from DrinkBox, where we’ve been locked away in our studio hiding from the harsh Canadian winter and dreaming of hot sun, sandy deserts, and bandanna-clad cacti. We’re excited to finally announce we’ve been working on a new version of Guacamelee for PS4 — the Super Turbo Championship Edition!
UPDATE: Due to a bug, we are delaying this patch and DLC from the PlayStation Network. For more information, please read our latest blog post here.
Hopefully the blisters on your thumbs have healed enough so you can enjoy the DLC we’re releasing tomorrow. New costumes! New Trophies!
Action-platformer Guacamelee! is up on the Store for both PSN and PS Vita, and best of all, it’s Cross-Buy. Critically acclaimed XCOM: Enemy Unknown also hits this week, so if you haven’t checked it out yet, now’s your chance.
If you like a good deal, there are some promotions on Borderlands, Hot Shots and Zombie Driver HD content, so check them out. There are some new oldies, but goodies this week as well including the PS2 classic Fatal Frame along with three new PSone imports.
Hey, all! I’m extra excited to announce that Guacamelee! comes out today on PS3 and PS Vita via PSN. We’re releasing the game as part of the Spring Fever promotion: $14.99 will get you both the PS3 and PS Vita versions, with a 20% discount for PlayStation Plus members.
We’re championing independent developers this year, with a new indie title coming each week. You may have noticed during GDC that we are focusing on bringing the best independent games to PSN, and we’re happy to reinforce our dedication to indie developers with this year’s Spring Fever. Each week during the month of April, we will bring a gaming experience from noteworthy independent developers, such as DrinkBox Studios and Frima Studio.