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The Drop: New PlayStation Games for 8/30/2016

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The Drop

Grab your Omni-directional Mobility Gear — the global phenomenon Attack on Titan is coming to PlayStation!

Based on the critically-acclaimed anime series, Attack on Titan pits players against the menacing Titans and their unending hunger for humans. Suit up and swing into battle for death-defying acrobatics, stylish swordplay, and the constant threat of being Titan brunch. If you haven’t seen the anime or read the manga, friendly reminder: this story is not for the faint of heart!

For a closer look at the absolutely massive new games lineup coming to PlayStation this week, read on. And enjoy the Drop!

Attack on Titan, PS4, PS3, PS Vita

New Releases: August 30, 2016
Assault Suit Leynos
PS4 — Retail

Assault Suit Leynos

A classic reawakens. Assault Suit Leynos is back and in high definition! Get ready for all-out robotic war as the fan-favorite Genesis classic is reworked with all new HD visuals for the ultimate alien-blasting experience!

PS4 — Digital, Retail

Assetto Corsa

This is not just a game. This is sim racing. In collaboration with the most prestigious car manufacturers, Assetto Corsa ups the simulation stakes with a focus on pure driving realism, with pin-point accuracy across every aspect of the game. Includes legendary laser scanned tracks and official data augmented car physics.

PS4, PS3, PS Vita — Digital, Retail

Attack on Titan

The international hit anime Attack on Titan is coming to PlayStation! Battle is joined between the man-eating Titans and Eren and his companions. Experience the illusion of being in the anime, and controlling the flow of the story. Prepare for battle!

Batman — The Telltale Series: Episode 1
PS3 — Digital

The release date for this game has been updated to a later time.

PS4 — Digital

Bears Can't Drift

Put your paw to the floor and power slide between the pines as you face-off against up to three friends in multiplayer split screen. Includes twelve tracks spread across three worlds and three game modes with up to eleven computer-controlled opponents. Bears Can’t Drift!? is retro karting action with a modern look and feel.

PS4 — Digital

Binaries

Test your skills and reflexes as you simultaneously guide two lovable(?) balls through more than 100 controller-smashingly tough platform challenges. Control both at exactly the same time as you try to avoid the death and danger that awaits their every move. And there are jokes.

PS4, PS Vita — Digital (Cross Buy)

Claire Extended Cut

While visiting her sick mother, Claire takes a wrong turn and stumbles into a dark passage of echoing doors and abandoned rooms. Lost, and attempting to find her way back, Claire encounters an over-protective dog and a few denizens who are seemingly uninterested in Claire’s plight. Did they block the doors and windows to keep something out, or is a malevolent force stopping Claire from leaving?

PS4 — Digital

Final Station

Travel by train through a dying world. Look after your passengers, keep your train operational, and make sure you can always reach the next station. Make your way through swarms of infected at each stop. Explore mysterious and abandoned stations looking for supplies and survivors.

PS4 — Digital

Four Sided Fantasy

Four Sided Fantasy is a game about pushing the limits of your screen, where you can wrap from one side of the screen to the other. Discover a strange world where a man and woman journey through four seasons in a year, constantly separated by the boundaries of the screen.

PS4, PS Vita — Digital (PS4 at Retail)

God Eater 2 Rage Burst

Three years after the events of God Eater: Resurrection, a mysterious red rain sparks a fatal pandemic called the Black Plague. With no established cure, this scourge has a mortality rate of 100% once infected. Take control of the newest recruit as you master incredible weaponry, challenge enormous monsters, and cooperate with an iconic cast of characters fighting for humanity in God Eater 2: Rage Burst.

PS4, PS Vita — Digital, Retail

Hatsune Miku Project Diva X

Hatsune Miku is back and bigger than ever in the upcoming rhythm game, Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X. Project Diva X is driven forward through a narrative which centers on Miku and her friends undertaking various requests as they explore the five Clouds that make up their world. Project Diva X has 30 songs and nearly 300 modules!

PS4 — Digital

Hue

Hue is a vibrant, award-winning puzzle-platformer where you alter the world by changing its background color. You explore a dangerous grey land, unearthing colored fragments on a journey to find your missing mother. As obstacles match the background, they disappear, creating new and exciting puzzles full of peril, mystery, and colors unseen.

PS4 — Digital

Livelock

Livelock is a cooperative top-down shooter where you play solo or with up to two allies to break the cycle of infinite war between machines. As one of the remaining Capital Intellects, your role is to unlock Eden and revive humanity.

PS4 — Digital

Nebulous

Nebulous is a physics-based puzzle game where you must help guide Commander Dash Johnson, a trapped astronaut, through maze-like levels, seeking the next wormhole to his eventual freedom. Arrange the pieces of the puzzle so that when he falls, gravity and momentum guide him safely (and probably painfully) to the end.

PS4 — Digital

One Way Trip

After an attack on the water supply leaves much of the nation poisoned, you and your brother have six hours left to live, during which you will hallucinate as you die. How will you spend your final hours? Will you stay at home, rest, introspect? Or throw caution to the wind and chase wild rumors of a cure? What happens next depends on your choices.

PS4 — Digital, Retail

Resident Evil 4

Resident Evil 4 arrives on PS4 in full HD with an increased frame rate. This revolutionary masterpiece represented a turning point for the series as it brought the gameplay to a third-person over-the-shoulder perspective for the first time. Featuring a thrilling storyline taking place after the destruction of Umbrella Corporation, Resident Evil 4 not only changed the course of Resident Evil, but influenced countless other titles as well.

PS4 — Digital

RocketsRocketsRockets

RocketsRocketsRockets is a game where you fly rockets that rocket rockets at other rockets! The ultimate rush of arcade arena action, with the fluidity and amazing feel of soaring through space.

PS4 — Digital

Space Hulk

Space Hulk is a turn-based strategy game that recreates the classic claustrophobic board game experience for single-player and multiplayer. Space Hulk is set in the isolated corridors and tomb-like chambers of an ancient vessel lost in the graveyard of space. Players lead a small army of fearless Space Marine Terminators to battle in a ferocious fight for survival against hordes of predatory alien Genestealers.

Star Hammer: The Vanguard Prophecy
PS4 — Digital (Out 9/1)

Star Hammer The Vanguard Prophecy

Star Hammer: The Vanguard Prophecy is a game of 3D tactical space battles. Play your part in the Second Contact War in a campaign with a branching story and more than 60 missions, or create your own scenarios in skirmish mode battles. Give your orders, and watch the results in explosive real-time.

PS4 — Digital

Strike Vector EX

Strike Vector EX is a competitive first-person aerial-combat game that satisfies every gamer’s dream of waging dizzying dogfights with super-powered aircraft. Bursting with mech-inspired ships, Ragequit’s game brings a story-based single-player campaign to consoles complete with characters, cutscenes, and deadly AI.

PS4 — Digital

Verdun

Verdun is the first multiplayer FPS set in a realistic First World War setting. The merciless trench warfare offers a unique battlefield experience, immersing you and your squad into intense battles of attack and defense. Verdun takes place on the western front between 1914 and 1918, in one of the bloodiest conflicts in world history.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Complete Edition
PS4 — Digital, Retail

Witcher 3 Wild Hunt Complete Edition

Become a monster slayer for hire and embark on an epic journey to track down the child of prophecy, a living weapon capable of untold destruction. The Complete Edition includes The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, all 16 DLC packs, and two Expansion Packs: Hearts of Stone & Blood and Wine.

PlayStation Music Logo

  • K Camp – Lyric Ave
  • A Day To Remember – Bad Vibrations
  • Devin Townsend Project – Transcendence

PlayStation Video Logo

  • Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV
  • Captain America: Civil War (Available 9/2)
  • The Conjuring 2

PlayStation Vue Logo

  • 2016 MTV Video Music Awards- August 28 at 9/8c (MTV)
  • The Strain- August 28 at 10/9c (FX)
  • You’re the Worst- August 31 at 10/9c (FX)
Other Highlights

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mikehettfieldmx said:

August 28th, 12:07 pm

At last Kingsdlaie, the only reason for getting a PS$ was for FFXV, and it-s finally coming toghether

    mikehettfieldmx said:

    August 28th, 12:08 pm

    +Kingsglaive XD

    KazeEternal said:

    August 28th, 4:10 pm

    Whats a PSS :-P

    bestrader said:

    August 28th, 8:20 pm

    The only reason your parents bumped booties was to have a child, so why do you have to disappoint them so much? They could have had any other child, but no, you swam the fastest, broke through that egg most voraciously, and grew up to say rude things on the internet.

    Tinye310 said:

    August 28th, 8:33 pm

    lol ^

four24twenty said:

August 28th, 12:12 pm

One Way Trip sounds/looks interesting.

Trendy_Kid said:

August 28th, 12:15 pm

Hmmm, I kinda want Attack on Titan but I’ll have to see some reviews first.

    UnshavenBox94 said:

    August 28th, 2:42 pm

    I have the game on PC and have been liking it so far, and in regards to reviews there are already a bunch out some of the ones that I have seen have rated the game as an 7/10 and on Steam it has 80% positive feedback. But be warned that the game can get very repetitive since its an Omega game after all.

    TJ_Solo said:

    August 28th, 3:25 pm

    You don’t need to wait for reviews. The reviews have been up for a week.

    Trendy_Kid said:

    August 28th, 3:29 pm

    @TJ_Solo I mean user reviews. :)

    KazeEternal said:

    August 28th, 4:12 pm

    There are user reviews on Youtube.

OnTheBus666 said:

August 28th, 12:22 pm

Final Station looks awesome! Can’t wait to play that but I’m gonna wait on the reviews for strike vector.

Scorp_Wild said:

August 28th, 12:25 pm

Has anyone played any Livelock? While I’m not particularly good at twin stick shooters, I still find they very enjoyable. Here’s to hoping Livelock is a good one.

TrueAssassin86x said:

August 28th, 12:30 pm

Liking the drop this weekend NO CAPS finally and we can see all the games. Hopefully the complainers will hush now.

As for me nothing for me this week im still enjoying and splitting time between my regular games Madden NFL 17 and No Mans Sky yes i am one of the few that likes No Mans Sky unlike the haters. Verdun seems intresting i might look into that.

And Cue the PlayStation plus whiners

    gameman15 said:

    August 28th, 2:36 pm

    I think the reason why No Man’s Sky got a lot of criticism is because of the list of features that are unfortunately missing from the final version. I’m not hating on the game, it’s just that, had the features that Hello Games promised (that are missing in the final version) are in the final version, it could’ve got some great if otherwise decent reviews. Hell, I was having interest in getting the game until I found out about the missing features which pretty much puts my interest in getting this game in jeopardy.

    rudetoy said:

    August 28th, 3:28 pm

    Love how paying customers who voice their displeasure over a constantly cruddy selection of product are considered “whiners” by some here. You are nothing but corporate shills….”company men”. If you pay for something and what you receive back is less than stellar, you have the right to voice your opinion. Let’s be honest….the PS PLUS lineup has been dreadful for a very long time. That’s why I didn’t renew my membership last year and I haven’t looked back.

    If you enjoy the cruddy lineup of games, you enjoy yourselves. But don’t take it out on those who won’t take this junk anymore.

    Go back to posting your drivel, “company man”.

    gameman15 said:

    August 28th, 3:40 pm

    @rudetoy I agree with you. It also disgusts me that people on the internet not only don’t know the difference between criticism and hate, but they also act like those two things are the same (when in reality they’re not). And before you sheep give me immature insults, please read the definitions of criticism and hate, so that way you’ll know that those two things are different.

    Criticism: The expression of disapproval of someone or something based on perceived faults or mistakes.
    Hate: Denoting hostile actions motivated by intense dislike or prejudice.

    So you see, when we criticize something, we’re not denoting hostile actions, we’re not motivated by intense dislike/prejudice, we’re simply expressing disapproval of something based on perceived faults/mistakes.

    *”The More You Know” music plays*

    herbalsticky said:

    August 28th, 7:13 pm

    Ah, yes – very good. Education. As I’ve said before: It’s only business…. No hate – straight business. Mind your own business. People own their opinions.
    Devs and pubs somehow don’t know their games suck till they’re told. Look at cod: they kept doing the same thing; people got sick of it and let Acti know. Bet you they switch it up good next time.
    Let me know if you need assistance.

    TrueLordX said:

    August 28th, 7:44 pm

    @rudetoy well said, nice to see people who aren’t sheep speaking their mind. Don’t know if it’s this generation or a growing trend but more and more people simply accept sub-standard service/products and ask for more.

IXxHIJACKERxXI said:

August 28th, 12:32 pm

No comments ilove attack on Titan ps3/ps4/psvita/deal/ but no day1 DLC :(

illusion8492 said:

August 28th, 12:32 pm

in case anyone asks, and I’m sure there will be, Resident Evil 4 does NOT have a platinum trophy. It’s the same exact listing as it was on PS3. Just a bit of a heads-up for all of those wondering. Either way, it’s Resident Evil 4 you know and love over the years.

Tjoeb123 said:

August 28th, 12:39 pm

Aww, no Blogcast this week? I would’ve loved to hear you guys talk about some of these, as well as BlazBlue…. :(

Anyways, PDX (PS4) and GE2 (Vita) for me this week!

dkarlowicz10 said:

August 28th, 1:38 pm

We are days away from first Thursday of the month and yet still no news on the September PS Plus line up?

    gameman15 said:

    August 28th, 1:57 pm

    @dkarlowicz10 Let’s just cross our fingers hope that we get interesting games in the September 2016 PS Plus game lineup and not just those stupid okay-at-best indie “games” that most of us PS Plus subscribers had enough with.

    And cue the immature insults from all the blind sheep who will still defend Sony’s greed and carelessness.

    Dapogi_PoGz said:

    August 28th, 2:04 pm

    The announcement will probably be on wednesday.

    If my observations are correct they always do the announcement a day or two after the last store update of the month.

    TJ_Solo said:

    August 28th, 3:22 pm

    The announcement about the upcoming month’s games happen the week before the first Tuesday of the month. That’s how it’s worked for years.

    WingerNu1 said:

    August 28th, 7:18 pm

    @gameman15 are you being ironic? Or are you just idiotic enough to not realize the hypocrisy and nonsensicalness of your own post?

    Alecj22 said:

    August 29th, 2:10 pm

    Ive been wondering about that too.

    With the coming price increase and the negative feedback associated with it, do you think they are trying to make September’s PS+ lineup a bit better than usual? Maybe making some last minute changes in order to gain some good will from their subscribers before the price goes up?

    I guess we will know soon enough…..

Fuepepe said:

August 28th, 2:04 pm

I’ve been waiting for God Eater 2 for a long time. Loved the first one, day one buy.

fecks said:

August 28th, 2:08 pm

Nice big selection! Thanks!

boomstickbhg said:

August 28th, 2:13 pm

Thank you for whatever changed in the layout this week.

For the first time in about a month, I can now read The Drop.

Well done.

JuggaloHomie4321 said:

August 28th, 2:18 pm

Can’t wait for Verdun looks really fun to play til Battlefield 1 comes out

IsThatYouTony said:

August 28th, 2:19 pm

Waiting for september Games , hope no INDIE TRASH after the ps plus price increase

    Kevvik said:

    August 28th, 3:19 pm

    I have all 3 systems so there is usually something I enjoy, indie or not. That said, mixing it up and giving a full scale title for PS4 would be nice. I certainly couldn’t complain about getting Yakuza 5 last month. as long as I get 1 title I like each month, it pays for itself IMO. More than 1 is bonus, even with the indies. Plus I still have my backlog for those poor selection months. I guess I am somewhere in the middle between fanboy blindness and blind *****ing.

Kaijukodan said:

August 28th, 2:23 pm

Most of these games should have a demo. The majority of gamers don’t like to take risks on purchases of games they’re not too familiar with. Demos = sales a lot of the time. Otherwise give us an option to return a digital game, in a similar fashion like STEAM.

    IsThatYouTony said:

    August 28th, 2:33 pm

    No Man’s Sky Demo before the sale

    TrueAssassin86x said:

    August 28th, 2:43 pm

    Its called do your homework yes homework on videogames look up gameplay videos and other things. I just did and i just added 5 games to my to buy/download list. Four Sided Fantasy, Hue, Space Hulk, Star Hammer: The Vanguard prophecy and Strike Vector Ex all look intresting to me and i may grab them down the when i am in need of a new game.

    TJ_Solo said:

    August 28th, 3:24 pm

    What majority? MOST games don’t have demos on any digital store or physical retailer.
    The majority of games decide to buy games without playing a demo. N

DinoCap666 said:

August 28th, 2:48 pm

Sad to see no Blogcast this week :(

StuTX said:

August 28th, 3:13 pm

Article looks great this week, thank you!

fun_on_a_bun said:

August 28th, 3:21 pm

http://assetto-db.com/cars Any word on when these other cars from the PC version will be coming to Asetto Corsa? Most of the reason I’m excited for it is the classics from Dodge, Plymouth and Chevy, all are not listed in the initial console version. DLC is fine, but I’m going to hold off picking it up till the cars I want are available. If you’ve got any info, much appreciated. Thanks!

ryuk420 said:

August 28th, 3:28 pm

Just curious why attack on titan wasnt available for pre-order? Would of been nice to have it installed and ready for monday night

BlackEcho64 said:

August 28th, 3:36 pm

Looking forward to playing Verdun, haven’t tried it on PC yet, so PS4 will be my first time.

donnydj76 said:

August 28th, 4:06 pm

This is an indie lover’s dream and a great week, at least for my tastes! Hatsune Miku, (not for the women because I don’t play for that team), Binaries looks great and has received all of these awards. Nebulous and Hue look very good as well. I’m curious as to the amount of levels in Nebulous and Hue. My hard drive is almost out of room. I will be broke this week after Tues and will have to budget.

PS I read that Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 is coming out on September 13th!

TeamGreen615 said:

August 28th, 5:13 pm

Another Bandi game on the Vita only being offered digitally in NA unlike other countries. No thanks, I’ll make sure to import a used copy somewhere down the road.

unknown_thing632 said:

August 28th, 5:34 pm

I am finally able to see the drop on the ps4, you have no idea how happy I am, they finally changed that horrible format from the past few weeks. :-o

july161986 said:

August 28th, 5:48 pm

I can’t wait for resident evil 4. I have that game on my ps2 and PS3.

    Welmosca said:

    August 29th, 11:19 am

    And you’re paying for a recicled version of a game you already have.lol

    TWODEEEE said:

    August 29th, 11:27 pm

    Theyve remade re4 like 30 times, im def not getting it lol

FifthDream said:

August 28th, 6:17 pm

Didn’t realize The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Complete Edition was out this week. I’ve been waiting a long time to grab it, and it’s at a nice discount from certain retailers, so it joins my preorders for Project Diva X and Attack on Titan. Yay, games.

    Welmosca said:

    August 29th, 11:27 am

    Enjoy Witcher 3 man…The Complete Edition is gonna be your best deal ever.

chrisgomez3030 said:

August 28th, 8:05 pm

attack on titan on vita ? and god eater 2 also ? best week for the vita in a long long time

Tinye310 said:

August 28th, 8:33 pm

Did someone say Miku?! :D

StevenWinnipeg said:

August 28th, 11:30 pm

some needs to band that spammer

Vextalon said:

August 29th, 3:32 am

The Final Station looks good and I’m equally excited about the Witcher 3 complete collection. Funny how there was no mention of Fallout 4 Mika World dlc in this blog post. Though let it be said with the price of PS Plus going up all new releases and sales incorporate a discount for members.

    Welmosca said:

    August 29th, 11:16 am

    DLC ain’t posted on The Drop its just games.

phade2blaq said:

August 29th, 3:52 am

Looking forward to Assetto Corsa.

DarkTwilightGun said:

August 29th, 4:33 am

Still no new ps2ps4 game announcement. I love how the sheep defend paid emulation but don’t seem to mind the really low few of them. It sounds like ps2ps4 was only a short term thing to counter Microsoft FREE (yes I said the f word) backwards compatiblity. 32 games are on there. Several are Rockstars. Several are First Party. If people are seriousl that this will be supported, when will we see games like Resident Evil Outbreak, Kingdom Hearts, Naruto Ultimate Ninja’s 1-5 (Not Storm Series), Budokai series

OnTheBus666 said:

August 29th, 6:06 am

Why so much hate for the past few ps plus lineups? Rebel galaxy is pretty fun and tricky towers is actually really fun! Just give these games a chance people. Can’t stand it when people just write games off as “indie trash”

    Timmehh15 said:

    August 30th, 9:40 am

    Exactly. Oh no AAA title? Must be trash. Most of the people *****ing don’t even give them a try.

AbbaZaba23 said:

August 29th, 6:55 am

What’s the install size for Attack on Titan for PS4? I was hoping to pre-load, but it doesn’t look like that’s happening, sadly…
Also, is it cross-buy with Vita?
Thanks!

bombbreath said:

August 29th, 7:15 am

Wow wow wow. What a great lineup. PlayStation has the most new content of any entertainment choice in the world. Be prepared to be moved. Woops someone forgot to post Price’s for all this great content. Well head over to the PlayStation store later today and tomorrow for those great Price’s on all these hot title’s. It’s just a click away.Enjoy all the great upcoming releases ending this August 30th. And all the greatest upcoming entertainment in September. Including some big surprises for PlayStation plus subscribers? Enjoy all these great title’s. The PlayStation family is receiving more content daily. Thank you from your customer ambassador to the PlayStation Network Entertainment International. PSN ID: bombbreath, any question or comments contact me on the PSN.

IcedDice777 said:

August 29th, 7:57 am

Out of nowhere Space Hulk? Strategy and Mp too? sure! You got a sale.

Wasted opportunity on the Witcher Complete edition retail imo.

I already got the complete game and would’ve double dip on the complete retailGoty version if it included The Set of all Gwent Decks from the game. (I only got the 4 Gwent decks that came on the retail expansions).

My .02

aaronjohnmiller said:

August 29th, 9:15 am

Assault Suit Leynos is great, thanks for bringing a physical release to the US.

Also, how many times is Capcom going to re-release Resident Evil 4? Jeez.

gadgester said:

August 29th, 11:11 am

haha RE4 is back!

Welmosca said:

August 29th, 11:12 am

Damn a lot of games on this Drop hu,I don’t think I ever saw so much games in a week and not only that but a lot of good games on the list.I definitely will be getting some of them games.

Damn Attack on Titan game releasing and no sight of the 2nd season on the horizon.

Livelock looks like Destiny.

And lol at RocketsRocketsRockets description.

FrostyJello said:

August 29th, 1:32 pm

Can’t wait to play Resident Evil 4 for the billionth time…. Feels like tradition to do a playthrough of that game with all the versions that have released now lol. Also, Battlefield 1 beta hype tomorrow! :]

    TWODEEEE said:

    August 29th, 11:29 pm

    Unless you signed up fir battlefield insider you’re not playing til the 31st lol open beta is then, insiders get it the 30th

stArtyrAnt said:

August 29th, 6:51 pm

Wasteland 2 Director’s Cut and Adr1ft are my top wishes for September’s PS+, but I won’t hold my breath.

Purgitory said:

August 29th, 8:17 pm

Sucks that you can’t pre order Attack on Titan!

PixelProtocol said:

August 29th, 8:24 pm

How much is Verdun gonna run? I hear $20 and I have heard $30. $20 would be the sweet spot though. My main concern is I heard the PC servers are practically dead. The game looks great and heard it’s fun just the player base fell off fast. Hoping that does not happen here. I know it’s an indie title and they can’t advertise all that much so that works even more against them. I am gonna give it a try myself though as I was close to buying it on Steam anyway until I seen it was gonna be on PS4.

freelancepolice1 said:

August 29th, 10:11 pm

Where did you get the date information from batman? Did Telltale Games tell you directly, and then asked you change it or was it just a guess, and then you found info that its not coming out this week?

zakari44 said:

August 30th, 12:37 am

Does anybody know when the PlayStation Store updates for the 30 of August

llxAnll said:

August 30th, 1:24 am

Where the heck is Space Hulk on PS4, I’m not seeing it!

nikki_boagreis said:

August 30th, 1:33 am

The Fallout 4 expansion Nuka World was already added in the ps store late yesterday, it was supposedly suppose to release on the 30th but it got a global release yesterday. Never seen them mention dlc / expansions on the drop in the past.

Looks like a pretty big week for the weekly ps store update, Attack on Titan, Hatsune Miku & The Nuka World expansion. Im surprised we don’t get the random Arcade Archive pick of the week. In the past the ps store usually updated late afternoon for NA but recently it’s been every Tuesday before noon.

iREVOLTER said:

August 30th, 6:25 am

Nice game selection this week. Would love to see a sale at the Store Update post ))

YoungBlaise said:

August 30th, 9:38 am

Excited for Hatsune Miku! the demo had great songs :)
Also God Eater 2 looks awesome!

Lastly Kingsglaive is a must watch for me :D

Elite-Rico said:

August 30th, 10:13 am

Attack on Titan needs English voice DLC, these companies are cheap these days not even giving the option.

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