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The Drop: New PlayStation Games for February 12, 2019

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The Drop: New PlayStation Games for February 12, 2019

Return to a vibrant, post-apocalyptic Hope County in Far Cry New Dawn.

Hope County. 17 years later. Nature has reclaimed the land, turning Montana into a wildly different (and much more colorful) landscape than it used to be.

Far Cry New Dawn picks up nearly two decades after the explosive ending of Far Cry 5, introducing an ecosystem of mutated wildlife… and an army of new enemies led by two terrifying twins. Expeditions give players a look at how other locales across the US have been affected, and a new entourage of Guns for Hire means you never have to go it alone.

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

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PS4, PS Vita — Digital (Cross-Buy)
Set out on an adventure in a retro-styled world! After encountering the man who killed their parents ten years ago, Elmia and her brother Alan set out to avenge their deaths and restore peace to Alvastia.
PS4, PS Vita — Digital, Retail (Out 2/14)
Discover a new yuletide tale as the Steel City is covered in a blanket of white. Uncover fresh intrigue as Cardia delves into the mysteries of her own family and the dashing suitors.
PS4 — Digital
Conarium is a chilling game following four scientists who challenge what we normally consider the ‘absolute’ limits of nature. Inspired by H.P. Lovecraft’s novella ‘At the Mountains of Madness’, but largely set after the original story.
PS4 — Digital (Out 2/14)
Degrees of Separation is a 2D puzzle platformer in which duo Ember and Rime use their contrasting powers to manipulate heat and cold to overcome obstacles. Through cooperation, they will learn about each other and the fate of their worlds.
PS VR — Digital
Developed exclusively for PS VR, Eden-Tomorrow is a story-driven, sci-fi action-adventure. The main characters are a human plagued by amnesia and a drone called Newton, who must work together to survive on this hostile alien planet.
PS4 — Digital, Retail (Out 2/15)
Dive into a vibrant, post-apocalyptic Hope County, Montana, 17 years after a global nuclear catastrophe. Lead the fight against the Highwaymen who seek to take over the last remaining resources, or fight alongside a friend in online co-op.
PS4 — Digital
Hyper Jam is a neon-soaked arena brawler with a dynamic perk drafting system that makes each match different from the last. The fusion of lethal weapons, stackable perks, furious combat, and a killer synthwave soundtrack will keep you coming back for more.
PS4 — Digital (Out 2/13)
Intruders: Hide and Seek is a first-person stealth game, an intense thriller combining psychological terror with the point of view of a defenseless boy. Three dangerous intruders slip into the house, and your only option is… to hide.
PS4 — Digital, Retail (Out 2/15)
The most famous Manga heroes are thrown into a whole new battleground: our world. Uniting to fight the most dangerous threat, the Jump Force will bear the fate of the entire humankind. Ultimate Edition launches on February 12.
PS4 — Digital
Escape into a world kept secret by a tyrant, and discover the truth about your freedom. The King’s Bird is an artistic, momentum-based game that seamlessly combines precision-platforming with physics-based gliding.
PS4 — Digital, Retail
After accidentally blinding a noble prince, a wolf dons a princess disguise to help set things right. Transform between the wolf and the princess to solve puzzles, evade traps, and guide the prince through the dangerous forest toward a cure.
PS4 — Digital
Meet the kitties, the main heroes of this go-kart racing game! Overcome obstacles by drifting through mines and bombs, blast your competitors with astonishing weapons, and gather power-ups to be the fastest driver on the track!
PS4 — Digital, Retail (Out 2/15)
Flee the shattered ruins of the Moscow Metro and embark on a continent-spanning journey across the post-apocalyptic Russian wilderness. Lose yourself in a sandbox survival experience and follow the thrilling storyline.
PS4 — Digital (Out 2/13)
Train your brain! Help Aristotle – the genius with a broom – sweep the minefield to regain his memory and escape from the aliens’ scientific experiments, discovering where all the bombs are hidden.
PS4, PS Vita — Digital (Cross-Buy)
The mixed-up anagram puzzle, where three connected words are hidden among a jumble of letters. There’s only one solution that uses every letter once, and it’s more challenging than you might think!
PS4 — Digital (Out 2/14)
Heartfelt Neko Comedy Open for Business! This newest edition will feature a new opening movie and theme song, all-new hand-drawn art from Neko Works, and new fully voiced story scenes.
PS4, PS VR — Digital
Xing: The Land Beyond is an atmospheric first-person puzzle adventure game set in the afterlife. In death, you will find yourself on a journey across a series of mysterious lands filled with the thoughts and personalities of those long lost.

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  • Far Cry: New Dawn, Metro Exodus, and Xing: the Land Beyond for me this week.

  • Hyper Jam looks really good.

  • KevTheCollector

    Just Jump Force for me looks great

  • Wow lots of big games this week.

  • Mercenary09

    Man what a killer week not just for the big AAA titles but for some of the smaller studios too. I’ll be getting Metro, Jump Force, and Far Cry for the big titles.

    I already have Hyper Jam and it’s a blast. Will also be picking up XING and Intruders for PSVR (Btw you should mention it’s a PSVR title in the title.) I’ve also heard good things about The King’s Bird. Degrees of Separation, Eden Tomorrow, and Conarium all look interesting as well.

    • MrOversoul53

      The demo for Eden tomorrow is one of the best VR demos I have ever played and definitely sold me on the full game

  • tranquility101

    I wish these Drops had screenshots of the games, or links to screenshots/gameplay videos. Can’t tell anything from a game cover. I miss the days when there were quality games in the PSN Store, now it seems like a rush to fill it with Mobile App Shovelware.

    Quality Over Quantity <—–

    • Jisatsu_Kiddo

      If only there was a simple way to simply do a search for thousands of results…or ya know…… youtube. huh…..

      oh wait…..

    • Mercenary09

      Yeah exactly. If I don’t know what a game is I just pull up Youtube and quickly have a look. It’s not a hard thing to do.

  • MachineHero09

    I almost wanna get Meow Motors for the name alone

  • its lame that Jump Force is only in Japanese.. and i speak Japanese…
    ive never even heard Yugis voice in Japanese and i cant stand Gokus…
    wished they had their english voices too, like DBfighterZ
    Yakuza & Samurai Warriors i can understand being all Japanese.. but childhood cartoons?? add english man LOL

    • All the Jump games are Japanese audio because there some anime that haven’t had the license to be shown here yet. Just be grateful that we can get these titles.

    • Jisatsu_Kiddo

      ViceForce – All of the ones in this title have been aired here both in dub and sub. It has more to do with just getting the game out. JStars and I forget the one on PS2 was the same way. Even some major anime/manga games never get audio in English just because they choose so. Like visual/light novels like Steins Gate or Sword Art Online.

      It all comes down to producer/devs call.

    • Jisatsu_Kiddo – On solo games, it does usually come to localization cost, it’s cheaper to just sub them then making deals with dub companies to provide their dub to the game.

      However, You forget that while yes pretty much all the shows got an English Dub in this game a lot of them are owned by different Dub Companies. Dragon Ball and One Piece owned by FUNimation, Naruto by Viz Media, Yu-Gi-Oh by 4Kids, etc so if they wanted to dub all the character, they have to make deals with multiple companies that are in competition with each other.

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