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The Drop: New PlayStation Games for June 25, 2019

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The Drop: New PlayStation Games for June 25, 2019

Prepare for the return of an arcade legend. Samurai Shodown draws steel on PS4 Tuesday.

A legend returns! Arcade icon Samurai Shodown reemerges on PS4 next week with thirteen returning fighters and three new ones. The newest entry in the storied series has some new tricks up its sleeve, but old-school franchise veterans will still feel at home. Oh, and PSA: If you buy Samurai Shodown before June 30, you’ll score the season pass for free.

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

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PS4 — Digital
As the first elemental girl the village of Akash has seen in over 200 years, all eyes are on her fast-approaching Coming of Age Ceremony. All is not as it seems, however, as tensions between Akash and a nearby human settlement threaten to erupt into an all-out war.
PS4, PS Vita — Digital (Cross-Buy)
War is coming whether you’re ready for it or not, soldier! In Attack of the Toy Tanks, across the game’s 60 levels in the main campaign, players must take control of the provided vehicle of war and battle it out across different arenas and be the last tank standing.
PS4 — Digital, Retail
Build and expand your repair service empire in this incredibly detailed and highly realistic simulation game, where attention to car detail is astonishing. Find classic, unique cars in the new Barn Find module and Junkyard module. Car Mechanic Simulator also includes car auctions where old cars are available for your collection.
PS VR — Digital
Let’s make pizzas and pasta quickly and accurately, defeat the bad guys, and become world famous. Counter Fight 3 is a simulation game where the player becomes a chef of a pizza store and provides meals to unique customers who appear one after another.
F1 2019
PS4 — Digital, Retail (Out 6/28)
F1 2019 challenges you to defeat your rivals in the most ambitious F1 game in Codemasters’ history. F1 2019 features all the official teams, drivers and all 21 circuits from the season. This year sees the inclusion of F2 with players able to compete in the 2018 season.
Furwind
PS4, PS Vita — Digital (Out 6/27)
Furwind is a colorful, pixel art style, action-platformer game that evokes the challenging classics of the old days. Embark on this epic adventure in which a little fox will fight the ominous darkness that is invading its world.
PS4 — Digital
Irony Curtain: From Matryoshka with Love is a satirical point-and-click inspired by the classic adventure games. It smuggles you out of your comfort zone and throws you into the middle of a Cold War spy intrigue — where there’s an even bigger game being played…
PS4, PS Vita — Digital (Cross-Buy)
Kid Tripp has crashed on a mysterious island and now the local wildlife is out to ruin his day. Run and jump your way through 20 levels of intense platforming madness in this tough-as-nails platformer! Have you got what it takes to help Kid Tripp escape?
PS VR — Digital
Believe… That one day, you may gaze upon each other once again… The story of Medusa, whose gaze turns all upon whom it falls to stone, and Gaios, her lover. Two players can take on the respective roles of Medusa and Gaios for local co-op play. Also supports a slightly trickier play style, in which one player takes on both roles.
PS4 — Digital, Retail
Real Trucks. Real Action. Monster Jam! Monster Jam Steel Titans delivers the complete Monster Jam experience for everybody to enjoy. All the trucks, stunts, stadiums, racing and massive air in one game. Play in various game modes including Stadium and outdoor Racing, various Stunt Challenges and Destruction modes.
Nekopara Vol.3
PS4 — Digital (Out 6/27)
The third incarnation of the ever popular heartful adventure of Nekopara is here! A whole new story will be told with Maple and Cinnamon as the new main characters. Updates for the console includes an all new opening movie, new opening music, and improved full HD graphics.
PS4 — Digital
Paper Dolls Original is a first-person horror game with a hint of Asian culture. Explore an eerie ancient Chinese house with caution, in search of your missing daughter. Only by conquering fear can you survive, but when you think it’s over, the real story begins.
Pool Nation FX
PS4 — Digital
Pool Nation is the ultimate Pool Simulator for PS4. Prepare yourself for pixel perfect physics and photo-realistic graphics. Play live matches seamlessly online, compete in Leagues, and explore our unique rule set customisation tool. Pool Nation flawlessly blends reality with the impossible resulting in the finest example of digital pool — ever.
PS4 — Digital, Retail
After nearly ten years out of the spotlight, Samurai Shodown is back with a vengeance! Thirteen beloved fighters return, along with three new, to do battle on this legendary stage. Featuring updated graphics, gameplay and a revolutionary new feature that learns players actions to create challenging ‘Ghost’ CPU-controlled combatants.
PS4 — Digital, Retail
The Sinking City is an adventure and investigation game set in an open world inspired by the universe of H.P. Lovecraft, the master of Horror. The half-submerged city of Oakmont is gripped by supernatural forces. You’re a private investigator, and you have to uncover the truth of what has possessed the city… and the minds of its inhabitants.
PS VR — Digital
Your time to swing through New York like Spider-Man has finally arrived!
In breathtaking virtual reality, you’ll finally have the chance to scale and swing from the highest towers in Manhattan. Just pick one of four Spider-Man suits and you’ll be launched into the clouds… but keep your eyes and ears peeled, a colossal and dangerous enemy is waiting.
PS4 — Digital
Neptune, stricken with amnesia, awakes in a mysterious world where 2D reigns supreme. With a little help from her friends, Neptune embarks on a journey to regain her memory, save the world, and 3D games as we know it.
War Tech Fighters
PS4 — Digital (Out 6/27)
War Tech Fighters – the space action game that combines the spectacular action of Japanese Anime with Hollywood Blockbusters. Configure, upgrade and customize your War Tech and dive into battle to fight back the Zatronian forces and save your galaxy!
PS4 — Digital
We. The Revolution is a unique game with a singular art style set in the blood-soaked and paranoid world of the French Revolution, where often you could not tell a friend from an enemy. Engage in a mix of genres, blending case-building with intrigue-crafting and turn-based tactics.

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  • Uh Judgment? Major Sega release from the same studio as Yakuza, a series you guys push on the regular?

    • Judgment already released this week man. It’s seems to be pretty good so far

    • cadbane1995

      it was already mentioned on The Drop last friday because it came out today digitally. it also mentioned last week on The Drop that it will also release on the following tuesday lol it’s all good

  • Alucard-XII

    Reminder that preordering or buying Samurai Shodown before June 30th gives you the first Season Pass (4 characters) for free.

    There are 2 demos in the Japanese PSN store if you are on the fence about it (PS+ is not required for the 2nd one).

    • Dr_Awesome81

      It’s a fighting game, all fighters should be included for the price of the base game.

    • Cool rule. You should make your own fighting game with that rule.

    • Dr_Awesome81

      Hey I don’t expect it to be a popular opinion but fighting games are the first genre I’ve entirely stopped buying because of the business model. I’ll stick to the originals from the era when you bought a game and got what you paid for rather then be nickel and dimes or wait years for a complete edition at a reasonable price.

    • CrimsonDream24

      The comparison you’re making is absurd. Let me explain to you why:

      First, fighting games as we know them today originated as ARCADE games. You know, those machines that you pump money into and never own anything, much less an entire launch roster of characters.

      Second, before DLC was a thing, character rosters often had about 10-12 characters in the final roster. Meanwhile, people refuse to buy fighting games today if they don’t have at least 20 characters.

      Third, before DLC, balance in fighting games didn’t really exist. As much as you may want to complain about changes in the industry that you don’t understand, we are getting far superior products today in terms of objective quality due to the ability to update the game based on feedback and address player concerns.

      Fourth, as an indie fighting game developer myself, I can tell you it takes an insane amount of work to make ONE character fully functional. Yet developers today are tasked with making 20+ in relatively short periods of times, and dealing with people complaining about their favorite character not being in the game. Now they have that option of adding more characters later, when they are no longer on such a strict timeline, and you want to complain about having the option of buying extra content beyond the core package that you would have gotten in the “era where you got what you paid for.” Because, you know, extra content later somehow means less content today. That’s how the world works, right? It clearly has nothing to do with limited resources such as time and manpower. Again, completely disregarding the fact that games from that era only had 10-12 characters and historically had major balancing issues, on top of far less single-player content.

      All of these arguements are rooted in fact and having a basic understanding of the industry and the process.

      Does that mean I agree with all choices all developers make? No. But I at least put in the effort to understand WHY things work that way instead of complaining about things that I don’t understand and looking like an idiot.

      I hope you learned something today.

      Have a nice day.

      P.S. I am both an indie dev and a tournament fighting game player of over 10 years. I have done my time.

    • Dr_Awesome81

      I can’t speak for anybody else but the hypothetical situation where a developer releases a new fighting game with 12 to 15 fighters and the promise to never release dlc or otherwise touch the product post release for anything other then balance updates sounds lovely.

    • CrimsonDream24

      So what you’re saying is you want the workers within the company to work for free as the conpany takes a net loss for making bad business decisions so that spoiled entitled gamers can be happy for a day and move on to a new game tomorrow. Gotcha.

      I mean, game developers don’t need to feed their families.

    • @Dr_Awesome, that’s how mafia works.

    • @Dr_Awesome81. And how many Street Fighter II re-releases were there back in the day? Turbo, Champion edition, New Challengers, Final Challengers… Heck, there was even a re-release in 2018!!

  • hehe… still no 198X? it’s not being delayed ANOTHER week is it? … if so you should probably tell the devs so they can announce the delay sooner this time hehe

    • KidGreengene

      I just commented saying the same thing. My guess is last minute changes which means verification process. But sad to see it missing.

    • Seriously wondering what’s going on with this myself. If it weren’t for Bloodstained, I might be having panic attacks pending 198X’s release.

    • Update: They announced (on Twitter) that it’s now “early July” lol. The Drop is correct again, never mess with the almighty Drop. Normally I’d hate a dev for this but since it’s just chapter 1 and episodic, I’ll probably just wait to play this for a year anyway. And that’s assuming chapter 2 is ever even released (they stated on Steam Discussions that they do plan on finishing this, we see). I’ll still buy it though, should support them for the good they’ve done so far and so they can gauge interest/help fund its development.

  • SirRealDeal

    Are they charging money for Spider-Man: Far From Home VR?

    If the first Spidey VR is any indication of what’s to come… stay away.

    • I doubt there will be a charge for it. All the VR experiences so far have been free. They are just promotional “experiences” released in correlation with something else like movie releasing. We will know if it is worth trying or not when it releases later today.

  • KidGreengene

    Still no word on 198X, which was suppossed to drop last week? :( Guess I’ll have to wait for the Switch version. Was looking forward to that game and I dont want to buy PC.

  • Excited to finally see Pet Sematary!

    Not really looking forward to any games this week.

    I will check out the Spider-Man: Far From Home VR expereince. Hoping it is better than the tie in we had with Homecoming.

    • Mercenary09

      I believe UploadVR did a write up of it a couple months ago and they seemed to think it was better than the first one.

  • Good Afternoon GB. Lacking on Ratalaika and Lovetimes You games this week I see.

  • Starwind_Amada76

    guys my friend the janitor at savewell market told me thers a new inspecter gadget coming out next week on ps4
    IS it real

  • BuTteRxFinGeRs2

    I am interested in why the slim portable product sold by Sony Is not available anymore? I am waiting for new design or console, sic!

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