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The Drop: New PlayStation Games for June 4, 2019

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The Drop: New PlayStation Games for June 4, 2019

Rean takes up his sword again in The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II.

Got a hankerin’ for some classic, tried-and-true turn-based JRPG goodness? The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II comes to PS4 Tuesday, picking up one month after the events of the series’ highly lauded first game.

Other highlights for the week include , which tasks players with surviving its dangerous, blocky world by crafting tools and shelter, and , a charming throwback inspired by the 3D platformers of yore.

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

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PS4 — Digital
Effie is a 3D action-adventure game that combines classic elements from the genre with the exploration of an expanded world. Live a unique fantasy adventure, free the cities from a powerful and dark evil, and relive the look and feel of old-school video games!
PS4 — Digital, Retail
Welcome to Fujisawa Academy, where nothing is as it seems and every pupil hides a dark secret. After making a pact with a demon fox allowing you to see the truth behind the lies, infiltrate the secretive Fujisawa Academy and uncover the sinister truths behind the seemingly normal façade.
PS4 — Digital, Retail
The second title in the definitive JRPG Trails of Cold Steel series makes its way to PS4 for the first time. Taking place immediately after the first game’s dramatic conclusion, Rean must work tirelessly to right the wrongs that have led the country of Erebonia to disarray.
PS4 — Digital
A fantasy RPG with turn-based battles and dungeons in beautiful pixel art. The holy sword that sealed away an ominous power has been drawn out and darkness starts to spill out across the land, mutating people into monsters. A grand fantasy tale is ready for you to save the world!
MotoGP 19
PS4 — Digital, Retail (Out 6/6)
The official videogame of the most popular motorcycle championship in the world is back with a new chapter full of surprises. Challenge your friends, create your custom events and become Race Director thanks to the most complete multiplayer experience ever!
PS4, PS Vita — Digital (Cross-Buy)
Neon Junctions is a first-person puzzle-platformer imbued with atmosphere of synthwave and 80s. Capture and move conductive cubes, close electrical circuits and restore power of the interactive objects around you. Get to the teleportation plant to advance to the next level!
PixARK
PS4 — Digital, Retail (Out 6/6)
Welcome to PixARK, a vast, wild world filled with vicious dinosaurs, magical creatures and endless adventure! To survive in this mysterious land, you must tame creatures both ferocious and cuddly, craft high-tech and magical tools and build your own base out of cubes.
Refunct
PS4 — Digital (Out 6/7)
Refunct is a peaceful, short first-person platformer about restoring a vibrant world, featuring an emotional soundtrack and an open world without death. Relax and play at your own pace without pressure.
PS4 — Digital
A self-proclaimed Savior must travel through numerous ancestral locations guiding his worshipers to reach the promised land. The numerous dangers that these locations present will make it very difficult for all that worshipers to survive.
Stunt Kite Party
PS4 — Digital (Out 6/7)
Stunt Kite Party is a family-friendly single-player and couch-coop multiplayer game with an exciting storyline and numerous game modes. Step into the shoes of a young and talented kiter as he journeys through the colorful world. Can you and your friends convince the mayor to legalize kiting again?
PS4 — Digital
Arcade sports gaming gets a shot of adrenaline in Super Blood Hockey, a violent homage to classic 8- and 16-bit ice hockey games. Customize your line-up and take to the ice, using fast-paced skills and bone-crunching brutality to dominate.
PS4 — Digital
Dive into Super Skelemania, a single-sitting metroidvania about an acrobatic skeleton. Jump over a pit of thorns, roll your skull like a bowling ball, or headbutt a spider like any good skeleton would!
Toki – Juju Densetsu
PS4 — Digital (Out 6/6)
Toki sets off on a new adventure! The cult action/platform game originally released on arcade machines in 1989 is back with a super-simian new version, featuring all-new hand-drawn graphics and re-orchestrated music!
Warhammer: Chaosbane
PS4 — Digital
In a world ravaged by war and dominated by magic, you are the last hope for the Empire of Man against the Chaos hordes. Playing solo or with up to four players in local or online co-op, choose a hero and prepare for epic battles wielding some of the most powerful artefacts of the Old World.
PS4, PS Vita — Digital (Cross-Buy)
The classic word wheel puzzle goes digital! Find as many words as you can from the letters shown, always using the middle letter! There are 100 puzzles to solve and 100 groan-worthy jokes to reveal!

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18 Comments

  • KevTheCollector

    Trails of cold steel 2 and chaos bane for me ty maybe the new powgi easy plat 2 more for me

  • Mercenary09

    Bit of a lighter week leading up to E3 but still a few things I’ll be getting. Legend of Heroes 2 of course and Effie looks to be fun. Warhammer Chaosbane and Kotodama I might get too.

  • Mercenary09

    For those wondering I believe Neon Junction is the Ratalaika release for the week.

  • Wow, Toki is back. I played a ton of that arcade cabinet back in the day. I’ll have to check this out.

  • Only going to grab Us this week.

    Still have plenty to do in Everybody’s Golf VR, Blood and Truth, and Trover Saves the Universe, so I should be in good shape until Vacation Simulator arrives.

  • Good ole Powgi

  • How about adding these games to the store so we can preorder them or add them to our wishlists?

  • Tatanka2007

    Trails of Cold Steel 1-2 are among the best JPRGs. If you haven’t played them yet on PS3 or PC, better late than never. That said, it was disappointing that Xseed did NOT add new trophy support. If you’ve played them on PS3 before, that’s a major letdown and a reason not to own them on PS4–again with the caveat– if you’ve played the PS3 version to completion, more or less. Otherwise, get them both!

  • Playstation please bring Trails in the Sky series and Ys Memories of Celceta to Ps4.

  • SirRealDeal

    Finally a week without awesome PSVR releases.

    Give me a chance to catch up.

    But Iron Man is coming.

  • Why did you guys decide to change the store and blog websites and why did you mess them up so much?
    Blog’s not as messed up (have to scroll down to just see the chronological list but outdated sales posts stay trending, for example) but the changes to the store are just annoying. Finding sales is harder than it used to be and the search bar junk, takes up space while scrolling, it also adds to lag. Why? What did this (especially the store update) accomplish?

    • Why do we have to click the search button before we can get a search field? How is that better than just being able to click on the search field and start writing? Why do we need an extra step?

  • Lord-Immortallix

    Man, look at all these games I’m gunna get on other platforms because of Sony’s BS censorship policy

  • Cap_Mathperson

    i agree

  • So where exactly is Trails of Cold Steel 2? I’ve never actually clock-watched a release before. I can wait until tomorrow but now I’m just plain curious how long it takes. It was never at any point on the Coming Soon list, and isn’t in the All Games list in any way at all as of 12:30am EST. Does it really take hours to release? Until the next morning? Any reason why not accept a prepayment and then let people download at midnight? Seems like free money to me, it’s bizarre you don’t allow it.

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