2w ago - Sony's Jawad Ashraf of the PlayStation Store Team is here with their European PSN Game Store updates today, as follows:
It's a quiet week in terms of new content, but there are certainly a few gems to look out for.
Today we have Alien Spidy, a quirky platformer in which you'll need quick reflexes to progress. There's also the interestingly-titled Alien Spidy (trial available)
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PS3 demos (free)
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PS Vita games
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Aliens: Colonial Marines
God Of War: Ascension
Blade Of Thanatos (£1.19/€1.49)
Blade Of Artemis (£1.19/€1.49)
Armor Of Callisto (£1.19/€1.49)
2w ago - Sony PlayStation Store Director Grace Chen is here with the new PlayStation Store PS3, PS Vita and PSN updates for this week today, as follows:
Fatal Frame II Crimson Butterfly ($9.99)
Twins Mio and Mayu enter a haunted village after falling under its spell. Mio must follow Mayu with the Camera Obscura to protect her from the evil spirits.
ESRB: M // File Size: 3.1 GB
PS One Classics
Motto Trump Shiyouyo! (PS one Import) ($5.99)
Enjoy the new and improved Trump Shiyouo!
ESRB: N/A // File Size: 168.2 MB
Zero Kara No Mahjong Mahjong Tamago-Gumi 2 -Taikai E Ikou! (PS one Import) ($5.99)
This sequel to Zero Kara no Mahjong retains all the accessibility of its predecessor but greatly refines the experience.Take lessons based on actual matches to help learn the correct mannerisms and etiquette involved in true mahjong games.
Once your lessons are done, you'll be armed with all the techniques needed to beat your friends in real life. Unleash the mahjong master deep inside you!
File Size: 165 MB
Zero Kara No Shogi Shogi Youchien Ayumi-Gumi! (PS one Import) ($5.99)
This is the mahjong game for everyone who's wanted to learn how to play but...
2w ago - Sony Senior Social Media Specialist Rey Gutierrez is here with the new PS3 and PSN releases for this week today, as follows:
Terror returns with Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly as PlayStation 2 Classic on PSN.
The journey takes you to a whole new setting: an abandoned village, where you play the role of Mio Amakura, a young girl who is gifted with a strong sixth sense and her twin sister Mayu, who notices a crimson butterfly faintly glowing in the sky.
Enjoy this week's The Drop.
PlayStation 2 Classic
Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly - Fatal Frame 2: Crimson Butterfly project started relatively soon after the first project concluded.
Since we received lots of feedback that players got too scared to complete the game, we shifted our attention to making the storyline more interesting, to encourage such players to overcome the scariness in wanting to see the end of the story.
Motto Trump Shiyouyo! - Motto Trump Shiyouyo! is the sequel to the previously released Trump Shiyouyo!, but this time around there are even motto (more) games!
These include the following: Daifugo, Shichinarabe, Seven Bridge, Dobon, Page One,...
3w ago - Fatal Frame Series Director Makoto Shibata announced today on Sony's blog that Fatal Frame 2 hits PSN Tuesday alongside some details on the video game below, as follows:
Following yesterday's restrospective on the original PS2 Classic Fatal Frame, series director Makoto Shibata returns today to talk about the development of Fatal Frame 2: Crimson Butterfly, which comes to PSN next Tuesday.
The Fatal Frame 2: Crimson Butterfly project started relatively soon after the first project concluded. Since we received lots of feedback that players got too scared to complete the game, we shifted our attention to making the storyline more interesting, to encourage such players to overcome the scariness in wanting to see the end of the story.
The storyline is based on a dream I had after the initial project concluded. Thinking back about it, I recall it being a complete dream in many ways. The dream was scary, magical and traumatic, and it had a perfect plot - even with a title and a structured ending. Thus, it was simply a case of how to interpret the dream and recreate it as a game.
In a psychic horror scenario, it is normal for ghosts and spirits to not...