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New Sony PlayStation & PSN Games for the Week of June 10, 2014

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7w ago - Sony Social Media Specialist Ryan Clements is here with the new PlayStation and PSN games for the upcoming week today, as follows:

Robert Hawkins is an American in quite the dangerous spot. Trapped within Nazi territory during the horrors of World War II, Hawkins must fight to survive a devastated Europe in CI Games' upcoming first-person shooter Enemy Front on PS3.

This project comes from the developer's desire to showcase the impact the war had on their own Warsaw, Poland - a location less frequently traversed in modern FPS.

But if a more family-friendly game is in order, consider How To Train Your Dragon 2, based on the upcoming animated film. Choose a Dragon Racer and sail through the skies through uncharted territories. Mysteries, adventures, and fierce tournaments await.

It's a light lineup this week due to E3 2014, so please enjoy the show - and read on for the rest of the Drop!

New PlayStation Releases This Week

Enemy Front
PS3 - Digital, Retail
You're Robert Hawkins, an American stuck deep in Nazi controlled territory during the height of WWII. It's up to you whether to fight your enemies face to face, snipe them from afar, or sneak past and sabotage their positions. Join the fight against the evil Third Reich in open-ended...
 

Steel Wool Games: Flyhunter Origins Buzzes Onto PS Vita Soon

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7w ago - Steel Wool Games Co-Founder Andrew Dayton announced today that Flyhunter Origins buzzes onto PS Vita soon with details below.

To quote: Hello, I'm Andrew Dayton, Co-Founder of Steel Wool Games. Getting the green light to make our first game doesn't seem that long ago. And now, we're living the dream and exhibiting Flyhunter Origins on PS Vita this year at E3!

Steel Wool Games was started by five animated film veterans (including myself) with a shared love for games, a desire to create something fun together and a combined 60 years of film animation experience. Sounds simple, probably makes for a good story. How hard could it be?

Well, hard... exceptionally hard in fact. But it was also an absolutely amazing experience.

We knew what we were good at and were well aware of what we lacked in experience. Being a gamer makes you no more fit to design a game than an avid movie watcher would be directing a film. Joshua (one of our other Co-Founders) had experience building game rules for his table top gaming company Zombiesmith, so we had a good grounding in game mechanics.

Building a game that we wanted to play ourselves was daunting but we were determined. We did our research, studied games of the genre and we took advantage of the experience in game craft from our...
 

Big Savings on Batman Games Start Today on PlayStation Store

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9w ago - Sony PlayStation Store and Plus Content Manager Chris Howe announced news of big saving on Batman games starting today on PlayStation Store!

To quote: We all have our favorite superheroes but for me there is one that stands out above the rest... Batman!

To celebrate the 75th anniversary of this iconic franchise we have teamed up with Warner Bros to bring you some huge savings on a range of PS4, PS3 and PS Vita games, as well as a whole heap of DLC! Don't miss out, head to PlayStation Store today.

Full games:

Batman: Arkham Asylum
Was 19.99/AU$24.95/£15.99, now 4.99/AU$7.35/£3.99

Batman Arkham City
Was 19.99/AU$24.95/£15.99, now 4.99/AU$7.35/£3.99

Batman Arkham Origins
Was 59.99/AU$89.95/£49.99, now 14.99/AU$17.95/£10.99

Injustice: Gods Among Us PS4 (Ultimate Edition)
Was 59.99/AU$84.95/£54.99, now 14.99/AU$21.55/£12.79

Injustice: Gods Among Us PS3 (Ultimate Edition)
Was 39.99/AU$49.95/£29.99, now 9.99/AU$12.95/£7.99

Injustice: Gods Among Us PS3
Was 29.99/AU$39.95/£19.99, now 7.49/AU$11.05/£5.99

LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes (PS3)
Was 29.99/AU$39.95/£19.99, now 7.49/AU$11.05/£5.99

LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes (Vita)
 

Video: Supergiant Games - Behind the Music & Sounds of Transistor

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9w ago - Supergiant Games Audio Director Darren Korb shared a glimpse behind the music and sounds of Transistor on PlayStation 4 below today.

To quote: Hey everybody! I'm Darren, the audio director at [Register or Login to view links] and composer for Transistor. I've been blown away by the amazing response the game and the music have been getting, and I thought I'd tell you a little bit about my approach to the game's music.

From our point of view as a team, audio is a really important part of creating an immersive, atmospheric experience, and everything I do as audio director is in service of that.

Supergiant is based in of San Francisco, but Logan Cunningham (our talented voice actor) and I are all the way in New York. Since we're a small team, we have to make do with whatever we can get our hands on when it comes to making games!

That's my apartment (and dog and baby) to the right. Just about all the sounds and music in [Register or Login to view links] were created here. The constraint of working out of my home studio, with only the resources available to me, is a big part of my creative process.

It means that all the music in the game is made up of some combination of recorded instrument parts that...
 

Tozai Games Announces R-Type Dimensions is Out Today on PS3

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10w ago - Tozai Games Public Relations Representative David Bruno announced that R-Type Dimensions is out today on PS3 with details below.

To quote: We're back with another look at R-Type Dimensions on PS3 (available today for only $9.99). Before you rush off to buy it, I wanted to give future R-9A Arrowhead pilots a few tips and a closer look at R-Type Dimensions' new features.

First off, R-Type Dimensions features a newly arranged soundtrack by Kenichiro Iwasaki that is pure audio bliss, and is a perfect matchup to the game's new HD graphics.

Speaking of new audio and graphics brings me to the option to swap back and forth between the new and the old. In R-Type Dimensions players can swap between the new versions of R-Type and R-Type II on the fly, directly in the midst of the action, simply by pressing the Triangle button on DualShock 3, or on an arcade stick.

It's awesome to see and hear the changes right there on the spot without having to back out of the game, return to the menu, and start the game all over again. And if a player prefers to map any of the controls to another button, R-Type Dimensions features full controller customization, too!

Another new feature which I am in love with is the slow-motion feature. At any point during the game, players can hold...
 
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