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  1. Sony announced the official release dates for the PS4 in NA/Europe and South America at Gamescom: 29th November, 2013 in Europe including Australia, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. *edit by Graham_S 21st Nov 2013, I am quoting Moz's friends list post here, by request* Buying games from US storefront http://www.nowgamer.com/ps4-vs-xbox-one-game-dvr-review/ Launch Window (Launch to 31st Dec 2013) games lineup - 15 Retail games and 18 Download-Only games: Assassins Creed 4: Black Flag (Blu-ray/digital) Basement Crawl (digital) Battlefield 4 (Blu-ray/digital) Blacklight (digital) Call of Duty: Ghosts (Blu-ray/digital) Contrast (digital) DC Universe Online (digital) Doki-Doki Universe (digital) #DriveClub (Blu-ray/digital) FIFA 14 (Blu-ray/digital) Flower (digital) Hohokum (digital) Just Dance 2014 (Blu-ray/digital) Killzone: Shadow Fall (Blu-ray/digital) Knack (Blu-ray/digital) Lego Marvel Superheroes (Blu-ray/digital) Madden NFL 25 (Blu-ray/digital) Minecraft (digital) N++ (digital) NBA Live (Blu-ray/digital) NBA 2K14 (Blu-ray/digital) Need for Speed: Rivals (Blu-ray/digital) Pinball Arcade (digital) Planetside 2 (digital) Pool Nation Extreme (digital) ResoGun (digital) Skylanders: Swap Force (Blu-ray/digital) Super Motherload (digital) The Playroom (preinstalled) Tiny Brains (digital) Warframe (digital) War Thunder (digital) Watch_Dogs (Blu-ray/digital) Update courtesy of verbs: Sony unveiled the first hardware specifications of its PlayStation 4 today, promising "supercharged PC architecture," an X86 processor and 8GB of GDDR5 unified system memory WTF. It's coming "holiday 2013." The Controller! PS4 Controller Issues FAQ Touchpad, Options and Share buttons, headphone jack, speaker, better triggers/sticks. Cool Shit! Suspend/Resume - Stop your game and put the PS4 into a low power state, pick up immediately where you left off when you come back. Share - Post screenshots and video from your play sessions. It looked like you could wind back through your last ten minutes of gameplay, edit/trim it down and upload it. They did this onstage with Killzone: Shadow Fall. Video Streaming - Stream your game out live to other users on the PS4 or ustream. People watching can give you tips like "Dude Look Out!" and even take control of your game temporarily to get you past a tough section. Gakai Being Fast - The plan is to be able to select a demo and instantly begin streaming it. You'll also be able to start playing games while they download. The Games! Killzone: Shadow Fall: Driveclub: inFAMOUS: Second Son: The Witness: Deep Down (working title, set in the Dragon's Dogma universe): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9UmHm9HA3c Watch Dogs: Tech Demos! Media Molecule Quantic Dream's Old Man Face Havok Physics Thing Other Bits! Also PlaystationEU's twitter are pretty sure backwards compatibility is coming via their cloud service and not at all qualifying it in "eventually"s like Dave Perry did onstage. Controller stuff from Morrius / Moz: Has this stuff been posted yet? I can't see it. If it has, instead of negging me, just tell me and I'll remove the post. Some dashboard stuff from Moz: # Love it. One thing I noticed, it appears to show a user streaming picture-in-picture, showing their gameplay AND their face via the new camera at the same time. Don't think they've mentioned that yet Is it wrong that I'm most excited about hearing the startup sound for the first time?! It looks quite a lot like big picture mode too. Original post, rumoured specs etc:
  2. Steam link: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1113000/Persona_4_Golden/ Steam trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3fUvWwZLyo OP: With the Euro release landing this week (Wednesday for SEN/PSN and Friday for brick-and-mortar retailers) I thought that it might be a good idea to get a thread started in preparation for Persona 4 Golden's release. Oh, and Yasawas and Dandy_Sephy expressed interest in seeing a dedicated thread. Released in 2009 on the PS2, Persona 4 arrived very late on Sony's last-gen console, but it's remained one of the most charming and rewarding JRPGs out there and is one of my all-time favourite games. It's a story that revolves around a group of high-school students in Inaba who stumble across an alternate world inside televisions where dangerous creatures known as Shadows roam. A friendly character within this world tells the students that someone has been kidnapping people and throwing them into TVs, and this provides the setup for most of the rest of the game, as the students set about exploring the TV world in order to rescue people trapped there and perhaps get more clues about the kidnapper and (ultimately) the nature of the TV world. The beauty about the Persona games – at least, the later ones – is that they are really several games rolled into one. Exploring the TV world forms the core dungeon grind, but the heroes are still only students, and get up to student-y things such as studying for exams, answering quick quizzes in class, hanging out with friends in a sort of dating-sim lite (without all the creepiness), working part-time jobs that help to boost stats and earn money, fishing for things at the river, accepting occasional sidequests from people in Inaba and more besides. Whilst you get to explore various different dungeons in the TV world, Inaba's available locations largely stay the same, and so variety comes from the in-game calendar. On each new day there may be different people in town that you can spend time with, different jobs available, books being released in the bookstore which you can buy and read at home to boost stats, and more besides. The calendar also serves as motivation to rescue people from the TV world before it's too late. Once you finish your school day and are free to explore the town, you have the option of entering the TV world through a large flatscreen in a local department store, which is the only way to enter dungeons and battle through them to save victims. The dungeon design is perhaps one of my favourite things about later Persona games, since each one is made up of several "floors", with the dungeon getting progressively harder from floor to floor, culminating in a boss battle on the final floor. It gives players a nice way of knowing if they're out of their depth and need to step back a few floors before progressing. Battles aren't random but are triggered in a stealth-lite format; if a Shadow spots you a "!" will appear above them and they'll give chase; if they strike you they will gain a free turn at the start of the battle; however, if you strike them without them noticing, your party gets the opening strike. The battles require you to take advantage of elemental strengths and weaknesses; the eponymous Persona that the students eventually gain are demons that can be summoned in battle and offer a selection of skills; buffs, nerfs, physical and elemental attacks, healing, etc. However, each persona can also be strong and weak against certain elements. If an elemental weakness is exposed on either a player or an enemy, a free turn is granted to whoever exposed the weakness. Therefore, a player who knows certain weaknesses in advance can exploit them one after the other with successive turns, knocking down enemies and potentially earning the chance to do a powerful "all-out attack" if all enemies are downed. In having such a satisfying combat system, giving the player plenty to do outside of the dungeon, and designing each dungeon to get progressively more challenging as the player escalates, it nearly always feels rewarding to play. There are a few difficulty spikes with certain bosses, but things only really get hard if you deliberately rush through dungeons and avoid encounters. Reading back through what I've written it sounds a bit like a review but I really just wanted to provide a primer for people who are new to Persona and want to know what all the fuss is about. If anyone wants to add anything I've missed, feel free. I should just stress that there may be some details I've missed and there may still be bits that will be confusing to newcomers when they get their hands on the game, so I hope that we can get some good discussion going between new and experienced players. I was impatient and ended up importing the US version (and I know others did as well) but if enough people are getting into this for the first time I'll probably start a new game with you all. PS EU Blog: A beginner's guide to Persona 4
  3. https://blog.playstation.com/2020/08/26/septembers-free-ps-plus-games-pubg-street-fighter-v/
  4. Uzi

    Yakuza 0

    I know there is a general Yakuza megathread, but I thought a Yakuza PS4 game that a lot of people thought would never leave Japan is coming out this month and if that doesn't deserve its own thread - what does. Disclaimer - I'm primarily making this thread because I think it is great Sega/Sony (not sure who exactly is involved in the decision) take a fairly low selling series like this and still decide to bring it to the west. I'm actually a terrible Yakuza fan - I own all five games, but by the time I got into the series my PS2 was too much faf to use and I still haven't got around to playing 3,4 and 5. I know - I SUCK. I have put about 10-15 hours into the first one and loved it, so I'm looking forward to getting stuck in. The question is, is 0 a good place to start? I know it is a prequel so technically it is the start but just wondering if not having played the others, a lot of the history might be lost! Anyway links and shit. Support this game - I'll likely buy it around launch even though I might not play it for ages because IT DESERVES IT! http://yakuza.sega.com/yakuza0/ https://www.playstation.com/en-us/games/yakuza-0-ps4/
  5. https://blog.eu.playstation.com/2019/09/24/the-last-of-us-remastered-and-mlb-the-show-19-are-your-playstation-plus-games-for-october/
  6. Huge January sale now on, even though it's December! https://store.playstation.com/en-gb/grid/STORE-MSF75508-JANSALE19/1 EDF 4.1 The Shadow of New Despair £6.49 and probably other stuff as well! I've been getting price alerts from psprices.com all bloody morning. https://store.playstation.com/en-gb/product/EP4293-CUSA03467_00-EARTHDEFENSEFO41
  7. https://blog.eu.playstation.com/2018/03/28/your-playstation-plus-games-for-april-are-mad-max-and-trackmania-turbo/ 99 Vidas could be a lot of fun. Also I think that Trackmania is the one with the VR patch, so I may have a look at that...
  8. So I started DRv3 and it tells me I can unlock bonuses by completing the demo. Okay, fine, I'm up for an extra case that isn't related to the main game. Except I can't find it on the Vita store or the webstore. Google doesn't mention anything about it being removed. What's going on here? And I didn't want to dive into the megathread at the risk of spoilers, plus if someone can answer this maybe other poor sods will come across this thread and not wonder the same question.
  9. [Currently undergoing a rethink]
  10. Hi all here is my video gaming blog http://demon110215.blogspot.co.uk/?m=1
  11. Until Dawn – PS4 Game of Thrones: A Telltale Series – PS4 That’s You – PS4 (4th July onwards) Tokyo Jungle – PS3 Darkstalkers Resurrection – PS3 Don’t Die Mr Robot – PS Vita (cross-buy with PS4) Element4l – PS Vita https://blog.eu.playstation.com/2017/06/28/your-playstation-plus-games-for-july-are-until-dawn-thats-you-and-game-of-thrones/ UD is a nice inclusion - the gameplay always interested me and it sounds like it lends itself to replays...
  12. So, with NMS fast approaching, I got a bit impatient last week and downloaded this little game in the PSN summer sale. It's just over a fiver for PS Plus subscribers. I think I saw it recommended on here, but I'm damned if I can find it to credit the recommender. It's a 2D game, with lovely little hand-drawn graphics. It calls itself a "a roguelite spacesim platformer" which probably tells you what you need to know. You fly from planet to planet in search of objects to scan to fuel your hyperspace drive (a full Z drive propels you to a new system 1 light years away - the game measures you on light years travelled) whilst also searching for and conserving your rocket fuel. Basic rocket fuel is your primary resource: 0 fuel equals death, and it's (obviously) how you fly from planet to planet, how you repair your ship, how you heal your astronaut, and how you buy buffs at the irregular shops. Here's their trailer, showcasing my favourite thing so far (the music that plays when you've found enough objects to charge your Z drive): You get a wide variety of planets: small ones with little gravity where you need to beware jumping into space, hot ones where your astronaut (or ship) can over heat in a greenhouse effect, planets ploughing through an asteroid belt and smashing stuff up, planets with heavy winds. There's not that sense of discovery you see in NMS, and it's not their focus as far as I can tell. This is a survival roguish game, where fuel is scarce and progress is scored in a leaderboard. I really like it so far. I doubt it's got a huge amount of longevity, but it's great for a fiver. And I do love the music. You get a short tutorial to start you off, then it gives you a first proper go. When that's done, you unlock a few new abilities (tow-rope, the ability to get out of the ship) over a few more goes. Give it a shot!
  13. PS+ March 2017 Tearaway Unfolded (PS4) Disc Jam (PS4) Lumo (PS Vita, Cross Buy with PS4) Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late (PS3) Earth Defense Force 2025 (PS3) Severed (PS Vita) Trailers in spoiler links below Tearaway Unfolded (PS4) Disc Jam (PS4) Lumo (PS Vita, Cross Buy with PS4) Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late (PS3) Earth Defense Force 2025 (PS3) Severed (PS Vita) Download Link https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-gb/monthly-games/cid=STORE-MSF75508-PLUSINSTANTGAME?utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=&utm_source=&utm_term=or-st-104706&utm_content=PS_Plus_March_2016&emcid=or-st-104706
  14. If CAPCOM won't make power stone 3 looks like these guys are doing it for them. Cracking music.
  15. http://bit.ly/2bBp3t7 Available to download on 6th September: Lords of the Fallen, PS4 Journey, PS4, PS3 Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands, PS3 Datura, PS3 Badland, PS Vita, PS4, PS3 Amnesia: Memories, PS Vita
  16. Sonic 4: Episode II, part 2 of SEGA's reboot series. Looks substantially better than the original game, but could still be a heaping pile of crap, we shall see.
  17. deKay

    May PS+

    Games are up here: https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-gb/monthly-games/cid=STORE-MSF75508-PLUSINSTANTGAME EDIT: Watch_Dogs was a lie It would seem that Watch_Dogs (PS4) and Tetris Ultimate are two of the games:
  18. http://blog.eu.playstation.com/2016/02/24/coming-to-playstation-plus-in-march-broforce-galak-z-more/
  19. A lovely looking trailer for this was shown at the Sony Paris Games Conference and whilst your first thought may be "Blergh, another Minecraft clone?" upon further reading it would appear to be offering much more than that.
  20. http://blog.us.playstation.com/2014/01/07/playstation-now-streaming-game-service-coming-this-summer/ Netflix for games, streaming huge numbers of PS3 games to my Vita please, Sony. Happy to pay a monthly free. Chop chop.
  21. The PlusCast is a monthly podcast by rllmuk members talking about the Instant Games Collection provided by Sony as part of their PSPlus subscription service. Every month, we talk about the games that have been available in the previous month and the games available next month on the service. Listen in to hear about the games that we have been playing and to hear about what lies ahead for you next month. The PlusCast, Oct 15, Xeodrifter, Super Time Force and Sony bashing Hipcast links: RSS: http://barry.hipcast.com/rss/pluscast.xml Subscribe on Itunes too. Thanks to MW Jimmy and Bradigor for his contribution again this month. Dropbox link to previous PlusCast episodes not on the RSS: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/fxbzkwj6qiilon6/AAAkRn-JA8TOdG7X_Pxb9IPta Follow us on twitter: @PsPlusCast and facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pluscast
  22. I hope you like Lego. http://blog.eu.playstation.com/2015/08/26/this-weeks-playstation-store-discounts-rory-mcilroy-pga-tour-lego-titan-souls-more/ Deal of the Week (ends 2nd September 2015) EA Sports Rory McIlroy PGA Tour (PS4) Original price £54.99/€69.99 Offer price £34.99/€44.99 The LEGO Collection (ends 9th September 2015) PS4 LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Original price £49.99/€59.99 Offer price £25.00/€30.00 PS Plus price: £20.00/€24.00 LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Premium Edition Original price £64.99/€74.99 Offer price £32.50/€37.50 PS Plus price: £26.00/€30.00 LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Season Pass Original price £11.99/€14.99 Offer price £8.39/€10.49 LEGO Jurassic World Original price £44.99/€59.99 Offer price £35.99/€47.99 PS Plus price: £26.99/€35.99 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes DLC: Super Pack Original price £3.99/€4.99 Offer price £2.00/€2.50 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Original price £54.99/€59.99 Offer price £27.50/€30.00 PS Plus price: £22.00/€24.00 LEGO The Hobbit Original price £54.99/€59.99 Offer price £27.50/€30.00 PS Plus price: £22.00/€24.00 The LEGO Movie Videogame Original price £54.99/€59.99 Offer price £27.50/€30.00 PS Plus price: £22.00/€24.00 PS3 LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes Original price £19.99/€29.99 Offer price £10.00/€15.00 PS Plus price: £8.00/€12.00 LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Original price £44.99/€49.99 Offer price £22.50/€25.00 PS Plus price: £18.00/€20.00 LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Premium Edition Original price £54.99/€64.99 Offer price £27.50/€32.50 PS Plus price: £22.00/€26.00 LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Season Pass Original price £11.99/€14.99 Offer price £8.39/€10.49 LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 Original price £15.99/€19.99 Offer price £8.00/€10.00 LEGO Jurassic World Original price £39.99/€49.99 Offer price £27.99/€34.99 PS Plus price: £23.99/€29.99 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes DLC: Super Pack Original price £3.99/€4.99 Offer price £2.00/€2.50 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Original price £39.99/€49.99 Offer price £16.00/€20.00 PS Plus price: £12.00/€15.00 LEGO The Hobbit Original price £39.99/€49.99 Offer price £16.00/€20.00 PS Plus price: £12.00/€15.00 LEGO The Lord of the Rings Original price £29.99/€39.99 Offer price £12.00/€16.00 The LEGO Movie Videogame Original price £39.99/€49.99 Offer price £16.00/€20.00 PS Plus price: £12.00/€15.00 PS Vita LEGO Legends of Chima Laval’s Journey Original price £19.99/€24.99 Offer price £10.00/€12.50 LEGO Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin Original price £34.99/€39.99 Offer price £17.50/€20.00 LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes Original price £19.99/€24.99 Offer price £10.00/€12.50 PS Plus price: £8.00/€10.00 LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes – Deutsch Original price £19.99/€24.99 Offer price £10.00/€12.50 PS Plus price: £8.00/€10.00 LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes – Français Original price £19.99/€24.99 Offer price £10.00/€12.50 PS Plus price: £8.00/€10.00 LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Original price £34.99/€39.99 Offer price £17.50/€20.00 LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 Original price £19.99/€24.99 Offer price £10.00/€12.50 LEGO Jurassic World Original price £34.99/€39.99 Offer price £24.49/€27.99 PS Plus price: £20.99/€23.99 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Original price £34.99/€39.99 Offer price £17.50/€20.00 PS Plus price: £14.00/€16.00 LEGO Ninjago: Nindroids Original price £34.99/€39.99 Offer price £14.00/€16.00 LEGO The Hobbit Original price £34.99/€39.99 Offer price £15.75/€18.00 PS Plus price: £12.25/€14.00 LEGO The Lord of the Rings Original price £24.99/€29.99 Offer price £10.00/€12.00 The LEGO Movie Videogame Original price £34.99/€39.99 Offer price £17.50/€20.00 PS Plus price: £14.00/€16.00 LEGO Batman: The Videogame Original price £15.99/€19.99 Offer price £4.00/€5.00 LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 %5BPSP%5D Original price £11.99/€14.99 Offer price £6.00/€7.50 PS4 deals (ends 2nd September 2015) Dead of Alive 5 Last Round Original price £32.99/€39.99 Offer price £24.74/€29.99 PS Plus price: £18.14/€21.99 MotoGP 15 Original price £49.99/€64.99 Offer price £39.99/€51.99 PS Plus price: £29.99/€38.99 Just Dance 2015 Original price £39.99/€49.99 Offer price £27.99/€34.99 PS Plus price: £16.00/€20.00 Bladestorm: Nightmare Original price £54.99/€59.99 Offer price £32.99/€35.99 PS Plus price: £22.00/€24.00 Toukiden: Kiwami Original price £54.99/€59.99 Offer price £38.49/€41.99 PS Plus price: £27.50/€30.00 Digital discounts (ends 9th September 2015) Cross-Buy Another World – 20th Anniversary Edition (PS4, PS3, PS Vita) Original price £6.49/€7.99 Offer price £2.60/€3.20 Octodad: Dadliest Catch (PS4, PS Vita) Original price £11.49/€13.99 Offer price £5.75/€7.00 Titan Souls (PS4, PS Vita) Original price £11.99/€14.99 Offer price £6.00/€7.50 PS Plus price: £4.80/€6.00 PS4 Beach Buggy Racing Original price £7.99/€9.99 Offer price £5.59/€6.99 PS Plus price: £4.79/€5.99 Ender of Fire Original price £15.99/€19.99 Offer price £11.19/€13.99 PS Plus price: £9.59/€11.99 Hand of Fate Original price £14.99/€17.99 Offer price £8.99/€10.79 PS Plus price: £7.50/€9.00 Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna) Original price £11.99/€14.99 Offer price £6.00/€7.50 PS Plus price: £4.80/€6.00 Never Alone Arctic Collection Original price £15.99/€19.99 Offer price £8.00/€10.00 PS Plus price: £6.40/€8.00 Never Alone: Foxtales Original price £3.29/€3.99 Offer price £2.30/€2.79 Pinball Arcade Season One Pro Upgrade Original price £8.99/€10.99 Offer price £4.50/€5.50 Pinball Arcade: Season 1 Bundle Original price £24.99/€29.99 Offer price £12.50/€15.00 Pinball Arcade: Season 1 Pro Bundle Original price £32.99/€39.99 Offer price £16.50/€20.00 Pinball Arcade: Season Two Bundle Original price £24.99/€29.99 Offer price £12.50/€15.00 Pinball Arcade: Season Two Pro Pass Original price £32.99/€39.99 Offer price £16.50/€20.00 Pinball Arcade: Season Two Pro Upgrade Original price £8.99/€10.99 Offer price £4.50/€5.50 Pneuma: Breath of Life Original price £11.99/€14.99 Offer price £8.39/€10.49 PS Plus price: £7.19/€8.99 Riptide GP2 Original price £5.79/€6.99 Offer price £4.05/€4.89 PS Plus price: £3.47/€4.19 Sparkle Unleashed Original price £6.49/€7.99 Offer price £3.25/€4.00 Super Motherload Original price £11.49/€13.99 Offer price £5.75/€7.00 PS Plus price: £4.60/€5.60 Surgeon Simulator: Anniversary Edition Original price £8.99/€10.99 Offer price £4.50/€5.50 PS Plus price: £3.60/€4.40 Trine 2: Complete Story Original price £13.99/€16.99 Offer price £7.00/€8.50 PS Plus price: £5.60/€6.80 Trine Bundle Original price £19.99/€24.99 Offer price £10.00/€12.50 PS Plus price: £8.00/€10.00 Trine Enchanted Edition Original price £9.99/€12.99 Offer price £5.00/€6.50 PS Plus price: £4.00/€5.20 Vector Unit Racing Bundle Original price £11.99/€14.99 Offer price £8.39/€10.49 PS Plus price: £7.19/€8.99 PS3 Magus Original price £7.39/€8.99 Offer price £1.48/€1.80 Pinball Arcade: Season 1 Bundle Original price £24.99/€29.99 Offer price £12.50/€15.00 Pinball Arcade: Season 1 Pro Bundle Original price £32.99/€39.99 Offer price £16.50/€20.00 Pinball Arcade: Season Two Pass Original price £24.99/€29.99 Offer price £12.50/€15.00 Pinball Arcade: Season Two Pro Pass Original price £32.99/€39.99 Offer price £16.50/€20.00 Sparkle Unleashed Original price £6.49/€7.99 Offer price £3.25/€4.00 The Raven – Legacy of a Master Thief Original price £19.99/€29.99 Offer price £3.00/€4.50 Trine – The game Original price £7.99/€9.99 Offer price £2.00/€2.50 Trine 2 Original price £9.29/€11.25 Offer price £2.32/€2.81 PS Vita Pinball Arcade: Season 1 Bundle Original price £24.99/€29.99 Offer price £12.50/€15.00 Pinball Arcade: Season 1 Pro Bundle Original price £32.99/€39.99 Offer price £16.50/€20.00 Pinball Arcade: Season Two Pass Original price £24.99/€29.99 Offer price £12.50/€15.00 Pinball Arcade: Season Two Pro Pass Original price £32.99/€39.99 Offer price £16.50/€20.00 Sparkle Unleashed Original price £5.79/€6.99 Offer price £2.90/€3.50 Dead or Alive DLC (ends 16th September 2015) DLC 1089 Ultimate Kasumi Content Original price £15.99/€19.99 Offer price £11.19/€13.99 DLC 1090 Ultimate Ayane Content Original price £17.99/€21.99 Offer price £13.13/€16.05 DLC 1093 Ultimate Leifang Content Original price £17.99/€21.99 Offer price £13.13/€16.05
  23. http://blog.us.playstation.com/2015/01/29/playstation-plus-februarys-free-games/ Apotheon (PS4) Transistor (PS4) Thief (PS3) Yakuza 4 (PS3) Rogue Legacy (PS4, PS3, PS Vita Cross Buy) Kick and Fennick (PS Vita) Thought this deserved a thread each month. Trailers:
  24. PSN Store Discounts 10/06/15 includes PS4 Double Discount sale (see post 2) Spoilered below by system Digital Discounts (ends 24th June) Cross-Buy PS4 PS Vita PS3 Big Discounts (ends 24th June) PS3 PS Vita
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