New Sony PS3 and PSN Releases for the Week of September 3, 2012
Sony Senior Social Media Specialist Rey Gutierrez is here with the new PS3, PS Vita and PSN releases for the upcoming week today, as follows:
On PSN this week, one of the most praised franchises in the past decade, BioShock introduces gamers into an exciting world filled with fascinating characters, intelligent enemies and complex moral choices that define the foundation of the game world.
With its rich story, meticulous attention to visual detail, tense action and infinite replay value, BioShock delivers the perfect blend of storytelling and first person action.
In Zen Pinball 2, players will enjoy cross-platform entitlement and any Zen Pinball 2 purchase will entitle players to both the PS3 and PS Vita versions at no additional charge. Enjoy this week's The Drop.
BioShock - BioShock is a narrative-driven action experience that allows players to do the impossible as they journey through an amazing, immersive and terrifying world.
Caught between powerful forces and hunted down by genetically mutated citizens, the player will come to grips with the mysterious and fascinating world of Rapture, a distinct Art Deco underwater utopia gone mad.
BioShock not only challenges the players' capacity to adapt and survive, but brings to question their values and commitment to the inhabitants of Rapture. With smart and adaptive AI, no encounter ever plays out the same, while numerous customization options provide gamers with an experience that adapts to their playing style.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 - Co-developed by Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer Games, Modern Warfare 3 delivers a full assault on gamers' senses, including an intense single-player campaign that picks up immediately following the events of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and escalates into World War 3, as well as groundbreaking upgrades to the beloved Special Ops like the all-new Survival Mode.
Special Ops serves as the perfect springboard to Modern Warfare 3′s re-imagined multiplayer, featuring the series' trademark visceral gun-on-gun combat, a revamped pointstreak system with the introduction of "Strike Packages," devastating new modes like "Kill Confirmed" and other gameplay enhancements, new features and a bevy of new weapons, equipment, and perks.
The House of the Dead: Overkill Extended Cut - It's survival horror as it's never been seen before! The House of the Dead: Overkill is a pulp-style take on the classic SEGA light-gun shooter series. The game takes place as Special Agent G - the hero of The House Of The Dead series - is given his first assignment fresh out of the AMS academy.
Teamed up with hard-boiled Detective Washington, they are sent to investigate stories of mysterious disappearances in small-town Louisiana. Little do they know what blood-soaked mutant depravity awaits them in the streets and swamps of Bayou City...
The Extended Cut of The House of the Dead: Overkill presents the game for the first time in full HD with 3D support and PlayStation Move compatibility on the PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system.With all seven stages of the original re-mastered and two brand new scenarios added to this gruesome shooter, the 'baddest' just got bigger!
Zen Pinball 2 (Also on PS Vita) - The sequel to the popular pinball game by Zen Studios, Zen Pinball 2 features an abundance of exciting new features and updates, making it the premiere pinball platform on PS3 and PS Vita.
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PlayStation 2 Classics
Suzuki TT Superbikes: Real Road Racing Championship - Suzuki TT Superbikes features more than 50 vehicles from all over the world, and includes the world famous 37.73 mile Isle of Mann racetrack.
For the highest level of realism possible, the course itself has been mapped using data supplied by the government and data captured by the development team.
In addition to the traditional racing, the game also features a "Mad Sunday" mode that brings riders from all over the world to test their chops on the mountain.
Supplementary modes, such as two-player split-screen and sidecar multiplayer are also included, as are bikes from all classes - from 125cc all the way to the F1 1000ccs!
EXACTLY! They release very little for the Vita. They are still releasing PSP and PS1 games. They are really old and way overpriced. The day before the PS1 games came to the Vita store I brought Soul Reaver PS1 for $4.25AUD and the next day its priced at $8.95AUD.
I should've brought a lot more as they were all cheap. I can get the original disc for $2AUD
And you wonder why the Vita isn't selling well. If they keep releasing PS1 games then people will just buy a PS1. If you release PSP games people will just buy a PSP. When they finally wake up and start releasing Vita games then guess what people will buy...