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The Drop: New PlayStation Games for 2/27/2018

Embark on the (tiny) adventure of a lifetime in Moss on PlayStation VR.

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Gorgeous locales. Thrilling battles. A stirring soundtrack. And perhaps the world’s cutest adventurer. Moss is coming to PlayStation VR on February 27.

Join the courageous and adorable Quill on her dangerous quest. As a “reader” you live inside the world of Moss, interacting with Quill, the environment, and the enemies that threaten her. Set out in search of ancient magic and face a distant evil in this immersive next step in virtual reality.

For the full list of new games coming to PlayStation next week, read on. And enjoy The Drop!

The Drop

New Releases: Week of February 27, 2018
PS VR — Digital

Blasters of the Universe

Intense first-person bullet-hell gameplay that requires you to duck, dodge, and maneuver through tons of enemies and hundreds of bullets.

PS4 — Digital (Out 3/1)

Bridge Constructor Portal

Enter the Aperture Science Enrichment Center and experience Bridge Constructor Portal — the unique merging of the classic Portal and Bridge Constructor games.

PS4 — Digital (Out 3/1)

Bulb Boy

One gloomy night, Bulb Boy wakes suddenly from a frightening nightmare to discover that evil has overshadowed the Bulbhouse. His family has disappeared and there are horrid monsters lurking in the shadows. Gather the courage and use his glass head to save everything he loves.

PS4 — Digital

Crypt of the Serpent King

Crypt of the Serpent King is a medieval first-person hack ‘n’ slash dungeon crawler with roguelike elements. Explore large, randomly generated dungeons.

PS4 — Digital, Retail

De Blob 2

In de Blob 2 Comrade Black and the Inkies are back with a whole new plot to rid the world of color. With all-new help from Papa Blanc and his followers the Blancs, Blob and his friends will have their work cut out for them bringing color back to the citizens of Prisma City.

PS VR — Retail

Don't Knock Twice

Exploring an empty home in a neighborhood where legend says a demonic witch inhabits, they knock twice on the door and leave…

PS4 — Digital, Retail


A dangerously fun game. With arcade-style gameplay that delivers a thrilling rush experience: destroy obstacles, take shortcuts, and forget any rules until the end to win!

PS4 — Digital

Heroine Anthem

With an emotionally resonating soundtrack and beautiful visual art style, Heroine Anthem Zero is the first episode in an epic fantasy adventure game from WindThunder Studio.

PS VR — Digital

Hex Tunnel

Enter another dimension and master the elements to become a supreme being.

PS4 — Digital

Immortal Redneck

Immortal Redneck is a FPS set in Egypt with rogue-lite elements. Frantic gameplay, twitch controls, and an arcade-style feel meet randomly generated dungeons, a complete skill tree, permanent death, and nine classes with different traits.

PS4 — Digital


Play as Jettomero, a giant, indestructible, and incredibly clumsy robot determined to save the human race. Explore a procedurally generated universe by flying through space and landing on planets while trying not to destroy everything in your path.

PS VR — Digital


Moss is a single-player action-adventure puzzle game and new IP from Polyarc tailor-made for VR. It takes classic components of a great game — such as compelling characters, gripping combat, and captivating world exploration — and combines them with the exciting opportunities of virtual reality.

PS4 — Digital


Dive into northern Mexico’s breathtaking landscapes with Mulaka, a 3D action-adventure game based on the rich indigenous culture of the Tarahumara.

PS4 — Digital (Out 2/28)

Perfect Angle

Challenge your mind with puzzles that are based on optical illusions. Find the perfect angle by rotating the camera until order is restored, and discover a story that is full of mystery.

PS4 — Digital

Riftstar Raiders

The Spiral Arm has been plunged into chaos, hordes of WarSwarm, a hive-mind of alien AI, have waged war on humanity, and it’s fallen to the poster boy for the Federation’s “Most Wanted” to save the galaxy… and turn a profit.

Seum: Speedrunners From Hell
PS4 — Digital (Out 3/1)


Seum: Speedrunners from Hell is the world’s only competitive heavy metal first-person platformer. Slice every last millisecond as you race and blast your way through deadly arenas. Teleport, jump, fly, bounce, and drop in a hundred merciless and fast paced maps for the ultimate prize: your soul!

PS4 — Digital, Retail


Robots can have a heart! Left to fend for himself after mankind abandoned the doomed planet Aurora, robot Kramer 227 must find a way to harvest energy and rescue his robotic friends before Aurora crashes into its sun.

PS4 — Digital

Timothy vs the Aliens

Timothy vs the Aliens is an open-world platformer and adventure game where a gangster will defend his city from an invasion of aliens.

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RISE_UP44 said:

February 23rd, 2:01 pm

Another great week.. Moss is going to take up so much of my time, I can’t wait…

    JokerAbid said:

    February 23rd, 5:33 pm

    Are you Mad!!! The only game that looks remotely interesting is Moss and thats a PSVR. The rest looks like Shovelware Steam Garbage

    JokerAbid said:

    February 23rd, 5:35 pm

    Also Bulb Boy is good game

    CommandingTiger said:

    February 25th, 3:34 pm

    Sony. I hope you really consider having an NVIDIA graphics card for PS5.
    You can still have Rysen CPU AMD and possibly even make it dual GPU having both AMD and NVIDIA graphics.
    I may just be dreaming and it may never come true.

    But here’s why I want you to consider NVIDIA. Because it does better graphics than AMD. BY A LOT.

    It’s not just a matter of having more Teraflops or Overall Better Performance for similar Teraflops.
    It’s also Nvidia own graphics settings that can be added on 3rd party games that makes it real interesting.

    While Intel CPU was great, the fact that they were too expensive were the reason why Sony went with AMD and it was a good bet. Now that AMD has released Rysen. It’s CPU is on par with Intel for half the cost. So AMD partnerships must not be broken. Not to mention the problem Intel had recently with security.

    I would not throw away AMD, they are very much valuable for PS5.
    I’d like to see a partnership between Sony PlayStation, AMD and Nvidia and that both GPUs work together like Cross Fire and SLI. Which if you were to make it happen, would be the first to make it and beat Microsoft promise to make it happened but didn’t. Another way you’d beat Microsoft at their own game.

    jgr9 said:

    February 27th, 3:00 pm

    Comment sections in a shellnut.

NekoRave said:

February 23rd, 2:27 pm

I guess Sony really gave up on the Ps2 on Ps4 project.

    gohan16ken said:

    February 23rd, 3:58 pm

    From a biz POV, I do not see why a developer would waste their time putting trophies in PS2 games. Are PS2 on PS4 that successful to worth the cost? Given that a hacker have shown that any and all PS2 games can play on PS4, personally, I feel Sony should just allow PS2 games on PS4 at no additional cost and no trophies.

    Kishnabe said:

    February 23rd, 7:33 pm

    Dragon Quest, SMT, and Final Fantasy games can use the PS2 to PS4 support. FFVIII PS2 to PS4 did so well.

    There money to be made in JRPG with Platinums.

    NekoRave said:

    February 24th, 10:32 am

    Considering the increase in HD remasters and all that you’d assume after Sony hypes up PS2 on PS4 since release that it would release more games.

    Tbh since Sony has been negligent to supporting even digitally bought ps2 games the only thing it forces gamers to do is emulate and hack their own ps4s to have virtually any option to play these games.

    Just sad how Sony will hype up anything whether it’s move, Vita, ps2 on ps4, etc and then without warning just stop supporting it.

    I mean how many people post hey where’s ape escape 3 or make requests like they asked fans to do on launch day.

    Just looking at howany games released this year alone ps2 wise its a shame they can’t commit to anything.

    Sony is like a bad ex girlfriend at this point

cusman said:

February 23rd, 3:14 pm

A strong week for the PSVR

CrusaderForever said:

February 23rd, 3:17 pm

Moss!!! I want it!!

Trendy_Kid said:

February 23rd, 3:21 pm

Jettomero: Hero of the Universe looks great. I am probably going to buy it. :)

KnightOfIvalice said:

February 23rd, 4:39 pm

Blasters of the Universe and Moss for me.

PSVR just keeps on delivering.

Aero_Guardian17 said:

February 23rd, 4:55 pm

Jettomero looks awesome! I’ll keep it on my radar :)

DolceMF said:

February 23rd, 5:00 pm

Can Sony or anyone shed some light why we are behind ACA NeoGeo games from the rest of the world? We are missing like 5 titles.

caleb6623 said:

February 23rd, 8:40 pm

What is that psvr trash that I am seeing. Please someone please tell me this is a joke and that all of this next batch of free ps plus games are not this pathetic excuse for games. And if it isnt then this is a huge disappointment. I mean this is 2018 and there are so many good games coming out and we are getting bs ps plus games still.

    budabaga said:

    February 24th, 3:45 am

    You do know this is the weekly drop and not the monthly ps plus free games reveal right?

    T40Rs731N said:

    February 24th, 6:43 pm

    I know this is the internet and all, but do you have to be THAT GUY that must sound off on something he knows nothing about?

    Or are you still sucking down the VR is dooomz kool aid that went out of date about 2 years ago?

Axecution said:

February 23rd, 10:53 pm

Jettomero and Moss for me <3

I really wish Moss was physical but oh well

    KILLZONE79 said:

    February 25th, 7:39 am

    I feel the same pain as you, I was hoping every VR game was physical so I can build a collection like I do for ps4, all my games on ps4 are physical so far, but as years go on I guess it’s digital age to save production cost on making disc and save shelf space for retail stores which is a downer but oh well it’s the future I guess

mschulze00 said:

February 24th, 3:59 am

um maybe release all the games that you announced for last week first…so many of them missed their release date: abo khashem, konrad the kitten, past cure, restless spirit

what’s going on?!

ExWalmartian said:

February 24th, 6:18 am

For having so many games coming this week, its sad that there’s nothing worth having in this list.

FoomMan said:

February 24th, 8:15 am

Any insight on upcoming PS2 on PS4 titles?

X-menfan said:

February 24th, 9:43 am

One thing to note, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2: Extra Pack 2: Infinite History (DLC- Out on 2/28)

MailOrderNinja said:

February 24th, 9:46 am

Man, for the first time since release I wish I had a PSVR headset.

fixer1989 said:

February 24th, 5:24 pm

Too bad the PSVR is still out of my price range. Would love to get Moss.

    T40Rs731N said:

    February 24th, 6:46 pm

    The ad in the background of this site says it’s 199. It is another console that works with your current PS4.

    Pretty cheap to get in on the action. Consider the free games that are available, what are you waiting for?

delukze said:

February 25th, 8:23 pm

Hoping Gravel is as good as Dirt 2 with better graphics & locations!

Welmosca said:

February 28th, 9:19 am

Bulb Boy reminds me of The Binding of Isaac and that Seum game obviously took inspirations from Doom lol.

CatherineLo1971 said:

March 1st, 2:30 pm

I love any ps4 games weather it’s old or new arrival

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