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Sony European PSN Game Store Updates for August 22, 2012

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127w ago - Sony's Jawad Ashraf of the PlayStation Store Team is here today with the European PSN updates below, as follows:

Various new pieces of content and games are inbound this week including Retro/Grade - a different take on the classic shoot 'em up, Legasista - an RPG brought to you by NIS, The Expendables 2: The Videogame and more.

You will also find demos for the much talked about Sleeping Dogs and NFL 13 alongside trials (and the full game) of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure and The Expendables 2: The Videogame.

A whole host of Uncharted 3 DLC content is also out today, new content for Sleeping Dogs, a multiplayer map pack for Transformers: Fall of Cybertron, and plenty more besides.

PlayStation Network New Content

Content may be added or removed, or move dates - please stay tuned to your weekly Store Update for the most up to date listings. Listed savings are approximate, based on SRP excluding Special Offer pricing and should be considered as a guide only.

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PS3 Games

Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion XL
It's Toon v Toon as the best puncher wins all in Cartoon Network Punch Time Explosion XL!

Price: £19.99/€29.99/AU$39.95
PEGI: 12
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Video: Interview: Meet The Man Pulling Puppeteer's PS3 Strings

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127w ago - Sony Blog Manager Fred Dutton has shared a video interview today with the man pulling the Puppeteer's PS3 strings below.

To quote: If nothing else, Sony's [Register or Login to view links] 2012 show will be remembered for its bias away from en vogue browns and greys towards good old-fashioned primary colours.

From Tearaway and LittleBigPlanet Vita, to Diggs Nightcrawler and Ratchet & Clank: QForce, this year's press conference was big, bright and beautiful. Heck, even Killzone: Mercenary snuck a bit of neon into its debut trailer!

But perhaps the most colourful reveal of all was larger-than-life PS3 platformer Puppeteer, currently in development at Sony's Japan Studio. As explained in our announcement post last week, it's an eccentric affair that sees you step into the shoes of a young chap called Kutaro who has been imprisoned in a magical puppet realm by the maleficent Moon Bear King.

The trailer - which you can remind yourself of at the bottom of this post - looks brilliantly bonkers, and we're looking forward to bringing you more information on the game later this year as development progresses.





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Sony PlayStation Store PS3 and PSN Updates for August 21, 2012

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127w ago - Sony PlayStation Store Director Grace Chen is here with this weeks PS3, PS Vita and PSN updates today, as follows:

PS3 Full Games

Transformers: Fall of Cybertron ($59.99)

Experience the epic battles and the darkest hours of the war between the AUTOBOTS and DECEPTICONS as they fight for control of their dying home world, ultimately culminating in their legendary exodus from Cybertron. Created by the acclaimed High Moon Studios, TRANSFORMERS: FALL OF CYBERTRON provides unprecedented gameplay variety and epic action with the most complete cast of TRANSFORMERS characters ever assembled.
ESRB: T - Teen // File Size: 8.45 GB

Michael Jackson: The Experience ($19.99)

Michael Jackson the Experience is the ultimate dance game. Featuring an immersive and interactive experience that enables players to step into the shoes of Michael Jackson himself and re-live his most iconic moments through their own performance. Includes MJ's biggest hits including Billie Jean, Beat It, Smooth Criminal and many more. PlayStation Move motion controller and PlayStation Eye (sold separately) required to use this product.
ESRB: E10+ - Everyone 10+ // File Size: 15 GB

PSN Games

Counter Strike: Global Offensive ($14.99)

The...
 

Video: XSeed Announces Way of The Samurai 4 Out on PSN Today

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127w ago - XSeed Senior Editor Jessica Chavez has announced today that Way of The Samurai 4 is out on PSN beginning today with a new video trailer below.

To quote: Last time , my colleague Tom introduced you guys to our upcoming release (out today!), Way of the Samurai 4.

He expounded on the back story, the sandbox nature of its gameplay, and a bit of the silliness you will encounter if you take up arms in Amihama.

He tried to warn you. I'm just going to tell you. This game is crazy. Like, if you punch people, eggs fall out crazy.

Way of the Samurai 4 drops players into a period drama populated by Edo-era Japanese citizens, trade-hungry foreigners and hundreds of crates flaunting their breakability. As a masterless samurai, you're free to aid whichever faction vying for dominance in Amihama that you like.

You can choose to support the local government (the Shogunate forces), the isolationists movement (the Prajna), or the diminutive, sweets-obsessed diplomatic envoy from the British. Or you can do what I did and just run around killing everybody.

Whether or not you play by the rules is up to you. With ten endings and a ton of branching story potentials, I highly recommend just trying everything. Everything.



 

24 Caret Games: Retro / Grade's Backwards Battle Begins Today

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127w ago - 24 Caret Games Co-founder Matt Gilgenbach announced that Retro / Grade's backwards battle officially begins today!

From the official announcement, to quote: It's been a long journey since our first post about Retro/Grade over three years ago.

We've worked very hard creating the best game we possibly can since then - if you saw the three year old screenshots, you'll notice that it's barely recognizable as the polished product you see today.

Besides all the visual polish we added - like jaw-dropping effects and full HD 1080p rendering at 60 frames-per-second with anti-aliasing - we've added a ton of content.

Although we have a campaign mode, challenge mode is really the star of Retro/Grade. It's where the real meat of the game lies. In challenge mode, you are presented with a galaxy map, and you go through playing various challenges that are based on the campaign levels, but with various twists and rule changes.

For example, in some of the challenges, the music is sped up, which naturally makes completing the level more difficult. We also have challenges that require you to reach certain score targets, have trickier patterns, and plenty more! There are 130 challenges spanning a map filled with secret paths, warps, and rewards.

What kind of...
 
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