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PS Plus: Preview December’s Free Game Lineup

Kristine Steimer's Avatar + Posted by Kristine Steimer on Nov 26, 2014

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You can keep warm but stay social with Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition, a fighting game that lets you finally figure out which DC heroes & villains would win in a fight, and Secret Ponchos, a wild west arcade-style duel where you’ll face off against friends or team up to take down other players.

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PlayStation Store Update

Grace Chen's Avatar + Posted by Grace Chen on Jan 29, 2013

Store - Bayonetta

The Store is jam-packed this week with a pre-order for Crysis 3 and full game releases like Bayonetta and the Hitman HD Trilogy (each game is also sold separately). There’s also Air Conflicts: Secret Wars, Everyone Sing and Zone of the Enders HD, and GTA: Vice City joins the PS2 Classics.

A few bundles are also hitting the PS Store, so be sure to check them out if you enjoy great deals. Speaking of great deals, there’s a new free PS Mobile game this week – Cubixx. Grab it tomorrow when PS Mobile updates. And don’t miss the Madden 13 Sale starting today — just in time for the big game. Check out all the details above!

As always, please leave your thoughts in the comments below. You can also chat about this update in the PlayStation Community Forums.

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Hitman: HD Trilogy Steps Out of the Shadows and Onto PS3

Nick Price's Avatar + Posted by Nick Price on Jan 29, 2013

Hitman HD Trilogy

The release of Hitman: HD Trilogy today on PS3 and PlayStation Network brings Hitman: Blood Money onto the PlayStation format for the first time. With it come two additional classic Hitman games – Silent Assassin and Contracts.

More than anything else IO Interactive has created in the past decade and a half, Hitman has been the defining series for the studio. Five titles in the franchise have been released in the last 12 years, across most AAA platforms available within the same time period.

The combination of the assassin fantasy, game mechanics and freedom of choice makes the Hitman series the most original set of games we have made at IO. Nobody had ever really seen a game like Hitman before — not even the developers who were about to create it.

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