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Sony PlayStation Mobile Update: This Week's New Games & Updates

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73w ago - Sony PlayStation Digital Platforms Community Manager Paul Sullivan is here with this week's PlayStation Mobile games and updates.

To quote: Each Tuesday night, PlayStation Mobile updates with new games, apps and updates to your favorite PSM titles.

Pickbox and Duelist Calculator released last night, along with five updates to existing PlayStation Mobile titles like Minesweeper and Snake.

Pickbox by Stinky Badger Games
Free for Demo, $2.29 for full game

Pickbox features over 80 nonogram puzzles, 14 unlockable awards, and many hours of addictive puzzle fun! Download the trial now for unrestricted access to 24 free puzzles. All saved data can be carried over to the full version!

Duelist Calculator by Akio Ogata
$0.49

This is Duelist Calculator of the Duelist, by the Duelist, for the Duelist. It can easily and simply calculate life points of 2 players for your favorite dueling card games. It also can roll the dice and toss a coin for when you need a bit of randomness.

Bike Rider DX

Start to pedal and you'll never want to stop this bracing jump 'n bike action! Enjoy a refreshing new kind of jump 'n run action, riding bumpy roads, crossing deep valleys and jumping over walls on your bike. Challenge stages...
 

Sony Announces Apocalyptic Sale Blows Up PlayStation Store Today

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73w ago - Sony's Jawad Ashraf of the PlayStation Store Team announced that an Apocalyptic sale blows up on PlayStation Store today with details below.

To quote: Hey there everyone. We've a new PlayStation Store sale starting today, alongside the PSone discounts we announced last week. The Apocalyptic Sale begins with the Store publish today and runs until 17th July.

Look out for savings on such wonders as Tokyo Jungle, Dead Space and plenty more besides. As usual, PS Plus subscribers benefit from an additional 10% off.

Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath HD
Was €12.99/£10.99, now €8.99/£7.29

Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee HD
Was €8.99/£7.29, now €5.99/£4.79

Oddworld: Stranger Boxx
Was €17.99/£13.99, now €12.99/£9.99

I Am Alive
Was €14.99/£11.99, now €7.99/£6.49

Quantum Theory
Was €29.99/£19.99, now €12.99/£9.99

Armageddon Riders
Was €9.99/£7.99, now €4.99/£3.99

DOOM 3 BFG Edition
Was €39.99/£29.99, now €21.99/£17.99

Dead Space
Was €19.99/£15.99, now €9.99/£7.99

Dead Space Super Bundle
Was €29.99/£19.99, now €14.99/£11.99

Dead Space Extraction
Was €14.99/£11.99, now €7.99/£6.49
 

Sony PlayStation Store PS3 and PSN Updates for July 2, 2013

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73w ago - Sony PlayStation Store Director Grace Chen is here with this weeks US PS3 and PSN updates below, as follows:

PS3 Full Game

Bladestorm: The Hundred Years' War ($19.99)

The mammoth conflict between the English and the French is one of history's greatest wars. The Hundred Years' War exhausted the standing armies of both sides and dependency on mercenary soldiers grew. As a fearless mercenary, you get the chance to fight for either side and display your tactical cunning as you command your troops in the heat of battle.

Tour De France 2013 100th Edition ($49.99)

Tour de France 2013 - 100th Edition enables you to step into the shoes of a racing cyclist, embarked on a highly-accurate reproduction of the most prestigious cycling competition. Live up to the hype of a spectacular 100th edition of the Tour de France in a much richer and visually complete game, with more dynamic pace and fully-revised gameplay that gives you complete control.

PSN

MLB The Show: Home Run Derby ($5.99)

Test your slugging skills in MLB The Show Home Run Derby. Featuring the same amazing visuals and gameplay from the top-rated MLB The Show franchise, MLB The Show Home Run Derby lets you swing for the fences against over 30 of the top hitters...
 

Sony Details Grand Theft Auto V for PlayStation 3: What We Know

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74w ago - Sony Social Media Manager Sid Shuman shared some new details on Grand Theft Auto V for PlayStation 3 today, as follows:

Los Santos is the biggest Grand Theft Auto city yet... and even that is an understatement. Spanning the city of Los Santos and the wide-open countryside of Blaine County, GTA V is larger than Grand Theft Auto IV, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and the frontier world of Red Dead Redemption combined. What's more, it will all be fully open for you to explore from the very start of the game.

Three is the magic number

For the first time in a Grand Theft Auto game, you're not just playing as one character, but three - each with their own individual personalities and lives to live. You'll get to play missions as one character, combinations of two, and sometimes all three.

When you're not out on a mission, you can switch between these three leads in real time using the character wheel. While you're controlling one character, the other two will carry on with their daily lives, so you'll never know what you'll find the other characters getting up to when you jump between them.

Michael is an ex-bank robber, living a comfortable life under the witness protection programme thanks to a deal he made with the FIB (the game's version of...
 

Video: Total Recoil Sets Its Sights on PlayStation Vita Consoles

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74w ago - Eiconic Games Art and Creative Director Simon Credland shared a video today announcing that Total Recoil is setting its sights on PlayStation Vita consoles.

To quote: Atten-tion recruits! This is an intel report from Si at indie developer Eiconic Games in the UK. We're glad to report that Total Recoil is making its way to PS Vita on July 9.

Download it and enjoy an explosion of arcade shoot 'em up action. There are only two rules in Total Recoil...

• Shoot everything that moves!
• Shoot everything that doesn't!

It all started when I was "busy" (with my feet up) playing Call of Duty on PS3, thinking to myself "These shoot-em-ups have come a long way since the old arcade games." So this started me wondering how a modern game would look on an arcade cabinet.

It would be top-down, the characters would have large heads, there would be wave after wave of baddies with flamethrowers, huge tanks and attack copters - and this is what you get with Total Recoil.

But developing on the PS Vita is better than an arcade machine and gives us more control than mobile and tablet games - we've made use of all the PS Vita's controls. You use the left stick to move, the right stick to shoot and strafe. When you fire a missile you can trace its path...
 
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