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New Sony PlayStation and PSN Games for the Week of May 6, 2014

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30w ago - Sony Social Media Specialist Ryan Clements is here with the new PlayStation and PSN games for the upcoming week today, as follows:

Home runs, loot drops, couch tournaments, and epic quests dominate the gaming landscape this week in another varied lineup of new games coming to PlayStation.

PlayStation's critically-acclaimed baseball series arrives on PS4 with MLB 14 The Show. With unparalleled visual fidelity, San Diego Studio showcases its dedication and passion to the sport, thanks to achingly accurate stadiums and a broad array of new features.

Harness the new Quick Counts to speed up games for fast, satisfying fixes, or use the new player lock feature to follow a single player all game. Both hardcore baseball devotees and casual fans can find something to love with The Show's latest offering.

For gamers itching for old fashioned couch competition, look no further than Sportsfriends, a collection of wild local multiplayer games coming to PS4 and PS3. Or try out Bound by Flame, one of the first RPGs to hit PS4 with jaw-dropping visuals and hard-as-nails combat.

For a complete list of games coming to PlayStation this week, read on. And enjoy the Drop!





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Sony Announces Golden Week PSN Sale Celebrates Japanese Games

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30w ago - Sony Network Entertainment Digital Distribution Manager Chieh Chen announced news of a Golden Week PSN sale which celebrates Japanese video games today with details below.

To quote: Hey everyone! I'm excited to announce we're celebrating acclaimed Japanese games on PS3 and PS Vita as part of the Golden Week Sale starting tomorrow and running through May 5th.

In Japan, Golden Week encompasses four national holidays, and doubles as the biggest travel and shopping season of the year. This week, we pay homage to this tradition with a golden (wink) opportunity to pick up some awesome games at up to 50% off. PlayStation Plus members get an added bonus, receiving up to 75% off.

Get Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, rain, Persona 4 Golden, Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, Soulcalibur V, and more fantastic Japanese-developed PS3 and PS Vita games at some sweet discounts. Check out the full line-up below:

Title / PS Plus Sale Price / Sale Price / Original Price

Armored Core: Verdict Day (PS3) $5.00 $9.99 $19.99
Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk (PS3) $24.49 $34.99 $49.99
Atelier Meruru Plus: The Apprentice of Arland (PS Vita) $19.59 $27.99 $39.99
Atelier Totori Plus: The Adventurer of Arland (PS Vita) $19.59 $27.99 $39.99
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Eufloria Adventures Shines Its Light on PS Mobile This Week

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32w ago - Omni Systems Limited Creative Director Rudolf Kremers announced that Eufloria Adventures shines its light on PS Mobile this week.

To quote: Xenon 2 meets Eufloria! Transcendence meets Flower! Errr... to be honest our new Eufloria game is hard to classify... Let me try again:

It's a completely new game within the Eufloria Universe, in which you can evolve a single Seedling Ship in different ways. You can specialize by attribute, focusing on Speed, Strength, or Energy.

The Mother Tree has sent you to investigate a strange alien installation, filled with wondrous habitats and sectors. Your ultimate aim is to explore three large environments to discover ancient artifacts, with which you can power up your ship, find lost seedlings, and take over enemy seedling colonies.

Other seedlings have gone before you and as you find their diaries in old data canisters you learn more and more about the installation, yourself, and your role in this universe.

All your evolving ships have their own story arc, although that aspect is fairly unobtrusive. (But nice for people who like a bit of lore)

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The game experience can be hard-core or casual or something in between, depending on your own choices. Eufloria Adventures lets you delve deeper...
 

New Sony PlayStation / PSN Games for the Week of April 15, 2014

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33w ago - Sony Social Media Specialist Ryan Clements is here with this weeks new PlayStation / PSN games outlined below, as follows:

A world of adventure and death-defying stunts await PlayStation players this week thanks to a tremendous lineup of new games. Quest through enchanting vistas in Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, or skim the clouds atop a motorbike in Trials Fusion.

The critically acclaimed MMO Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn formally launches on PS4 this week, opening Eorzea to the gaming masses.

The massive adventure, rife with blades, spells, and quests, arrives on PS4 with enhanced visuals compared to its PS3 counterpart. Travel alone or with well-armed company in an effort to purge Eorzea of its evils and win fame and fortune.

Adrenaline addicts can look forward to Trials Fusion, which also lands on PS4 this week with high-flying tricks, outrageous courses, and a global leaderboard to climb. Race through the latest entry in this fan-favorite series and prepare for a few broken bones along the way - it's not a walk in the park, people.

And the PS Vita shares some of the spotlight this week with No Heroes Allowed: No Puzzles Either! Chain together combos, collect power-ups, and vanquish those pesky heroes that dare invade! Or forge relationships in...
 

MoneyPaw Games: Retro Import Hyper Crazy Climber Out Next Week

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33w ago - MoneyPaw Games PR Manager Ryan Olsen announced today that retro import Hyper Crazy Climber is out on PSN next week with details below.

To quote: MonkeyPaw Games has another import retro title ready. You better have a good grip because you'll be climbing your way to the stratosphere. Our newest game is Hyper Crazy Climber, a series that has roots all the way back to the start of arcades.

Hyper Crazy Climber is a sequel to Crazy Climber. As you likely guessed, with Hyper Crazy Climber the challenges are more hyper, crazier, and climb...ier.

The goal for each level is to start at the bottom of a tower and navigate the level while avoiding obstacles to reach the top. It might not sound too difficult, but that isn't the case at all.

The controls were designed to be difficult to master, and you'll need to operate the left and right side of your character independently to reach the summits.

It'll take expert hand-eye coordination to gracefully climb your way to the peak of beanstalks, clock towers, and other tall structures.

Hyper Crazy Climber originally launched in Japan in 1996 for the PSone. It's a continuation of the arcade games, and the first time a new entry in the Crazy Climber series found a home on consoles.

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