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The Drop: New PlayStation Games for December 18, 2018

The End Times have come to the Warhammer world. Band with friends to eradicate the hordes of Vermintide 2.

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Prepare to smash, slash, and burn your way through throngs of bloodthirsty enemies in Warhammer: Vermintide 2. Developed by Fatshark, this intense first-person game takes place during the desperate End Times of the iconic Warhammer world.

The vicious Chaos army and Skaven horde can be a lot to handle for one fantastical hero, which makes exterminating scum with up to four friends in co-op a great way to play. Prepare thy hammer, sword, pyromancy, and more for a dark and bloody fantasy battle.

Keep reading for a full list of new games coming to PlayStation next week. Enjoy The Drop!

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Atari Flashback Classics
PS Vita — Digital (Out 12/19)
With all-new Trophies, Rankings and multiplayer support bringing players together, combined with an amazing archive of classic artwork make Atari Flashback Classics the most complete Atari collection ever seen on a hand-held device!
Battle Princess Madelyn
PS4 — Digital (Out 12/20)
Battle Princess Madelyn is a game that follows the journey of a young knight in training, Madelyn, and her ghostly pet dog, Fritzy. They set out on a journey to save her kingdom and her family from the clutches of an evil wizard.
PS4 — Digital
Beats Fever is a VR rhythm game where players enjoy stylish music and catch incoming notes. With licensed tracks from renowned music agencies, easy and intuitive gameplay, high quality graphics and immersive environments, this title is for players of all age groups.
PS4 — Digital
The highest selling and most intense restaurant sim ever made is back! Deceptively easy to learn but incredibly difficult to master, Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! is your journey of being the best chef in the world with your small but humble restaurant.
PS Vita — Digital
Arrange Dreamland’s maze of clouds to shepherd Walker peacefully to Sunrise, while avoiding sleep-robbing Alarm Clocks, Early Birds, and Night Mares. Enjoy 50 unique levels, hours of play, two bonus games, and a rich soundtrack.
PS VR — Digital
Take to the range with an arsenal of the world’s most powerful weapons in Gun Club VR. Addictive gameplay and unsurpassed realism combine to make Gun Club VR the ultimate virtual weapon simulator. The only thing missing is the smell of the gunpowder.
Hellfront: Honeymoon
PS4 — Digital (Out 12/19)
Hellfront: Honeymoon is an intense twin-stick action strategy game, to be enjoyed with friends over a six-pack of fruit juice. One screen, one winner! Short, intense matches. Play solo or co-op missions or go all out Deathmatch!
PS Vita — Digital
Her Majesty’s birthday was to be the heiress of House Whiteley’s debut into high society, but an inquiring mind begs for more than parties as she stumbles into London’s darkest corners and sharpens her instincts as a detective.
Marvel’s Spider-Man: Silver Lining
PS4 — Digital (Out 12/21)
Silver Sable is back in the action-packed conclusion to Marvel’s Spider-Man: The City That Never Sleeps. The deadly mercenary is back to reclaim her stolen Sable International tech and gear. Spider-Man must rely on unlikely allies to keep the city safe from impending calamity.
Nippon Marathon
PS4 — Digital (Out 12/17)
Stretch your muscles and embark upon the ultimate marathon of Japan in a crazy party racer! Hurdle barrels, outrun Shiba Inu and dive out of the paths of bicycles – all while throwing fruit at your opponents and dashing across planks precariously balanced over waterfalls across Japan!
PS4, PS Vita — Digital (Cross-Buy)
The word search puzzle with a difference – there’s only one word to find! Complete each series of puzzles to reveal the words that complete a quote. There are more than 600 puzzles to complete, and 120 popular, funny and inspirational quotes.
R-Type Dimensions EX
PS4 — Digital (Out 12/19)
Fight through all 14 Bydo-infested stages of the R-Type & R-Type II arcade classics! Choose between retro 2D graphics and audio or fully reimagined 3D graphics with revamped music tracks. Power up and strike down the evil Bydo Empire!
PS4 — Digital (Out 12/19)
Sprint through dynamic neon levels in the quickest time possible, employing skills such as super-speed boosts, mega-jumps, drifts, stomps and strafes to bypass obstacles and uncover shortcuts to propel yourself up the online leaderboards. But there’s a catch…
PS4, PS Vita — Digital (Cross-Buy)
Scintillatron 4096 is a compelling highscore shooter. It fuses retro gameplay origins with modern, pulsating visuals and a mood-setting electro soundtrack.
As you battle for glory in the world rankings, combo building is everything.
VR Apocalypse
PS VR — Digital (Out 12/19)
Beat the clock and squash the alien scum in this frenetic VR shooter. As a contractor for NextGen Games in 2027, it’s your job to pilot a remote telepresence drone via your trusted VR headset. Fortunately, work has picked up due to an alien invasion. The fate of the world is in your hands.
PS4 — Digital
Warhammer: Vermintide 2 is the sequel to the critically renowned Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide. In this epic 4-player co-op game, you fight together with your friends against the forces of Chaos and Skaven in the Warhammer Fantasy Battles world.

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dailydryerase said:

December 14th, 3:54 pm

Ok, Atari Flashback for Vita gets pushed to next week but what happened to Night Trap? Didn’t release on 12.13 and 12.14 has come and gone.

SpooNManX said:

December 14th, 6:08 pm

Is R-Type Dimensions EX Cross-Buy with the PS3 version of Dimensions?

zepified said:

December 14th, 6:46 pm

Will there still be a Battle Princess Madelyn PS Vita release sometime soon after this next week’s PS4 release???

I’m hoping so because I was looking very forward to this game to play on my Vita… I’m a sucker for quality side-scrolling 2D platformers.

    Psydswipe said:

    December 18th, 1:55 am

    The developer’s website indicates some time in 2019 for Vita and even Wii U. Not sure when it was last updated though since it still lists December 6th for PS4.

OnTheBus666 said:

December 15th, 7:26 am

Vermintide 2 is so good I have been playing it since it came out on the Xbone and it kicks ass!

Ryumoau said:

December 15th, 7:40 am

I hope ‘London Detective Mysteria’ isn’t censored in any way. Sad that i have to even question that but Sony has recently decided to be very prudish about Japanese games.

    zoozbuh said:

    December 18th, 7:33 am

    I doubt it VERY much. XSeed is always 100% transparent about these things, so they would have mentioned it. I really like their translations, so I’m looking forward to this (yes I’m a guy, but I still love otome/visual novels lol)


December 15th, 10:29 am

I’ll buy some of these if I get a 30% off discount code in email. ;)

cowmamba said:

December 15th, 11:03 am

Woo hoo! Vita titles galore! :D

    zoozbuh said:

    December 18th, 7:32 am

    Whoo!! Even on its deathbed, we’re still getting new Vita titles

infamousgodV2_0 said:

December 16th, 7:20 am

Wow nothing but digital only releases…. The future is now. Digital only games = $30 or less for me.

    Psydswipe said:

    December 18th, 2:01 am

    New retail releases this close to Christmas are not common. It looks like they pick up again on January 11th; next month doesn’t interest myself but I know people are excited for Kingdom Hearts and probably Resident Evil. For PS4 January shows Tales of Vesperia, Onimusha: Warlords, Ace Combat 7, Senran Kagura Burst Re:Newal, Resident Evil 2, Kingdom Hearts III, Truck Driver, The Council, and The Occupation.

TallCrowe said:

December 17th, 9:03 am

I’ll play Spider-Man when I finish Turf Wars. I’m also getting Judge Eyes from Japan.

madman80 said:

December 17th, 4:59 pm

PlayStation 4 is trash save your money

zoozbuh said:

December 18th, 7:31 am

London Detective Mysteria and Nippon Marathon for me <3
Still have to get through all this month's (amazing) PS Plus games – particularly Soma, Iconoclasts and Papers Please. Great month. Sony, please don't listen to the entitled, moany dudebros

sugar7998 said:

December 18th, 9:30 pm

These games look fun but they need to remaster the ps2 classics like Scooby Doo Night of 100 Frights and Looney Tunes Back in Action next!

madman80 said:

December 19th, 5:27 pm

Customer service for PlayStation is a joke. The people that PlayStation has don’t know what they’re talking about and don’t even know the product. You can’t even get them to pay attention to what you are saying. They just try to get you off the phone as soon as possible. It’s a complete waste of time mine as well just if you have a problem either Google it or look it up on YouTube. It will save you time and frustration. Thanks for nothing PlayStation customer.

sickandtired80 said:

January 9th, 5:29 pm

Why hasn’t there been a new drop article since dec 18? This is how I keep track of the psn content being released.

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