Archive for category minis
Welcome to a brand new era of rhythm! Let Vibes take you on a heart-pounding, button-bashing journey through a huge variety of music tracks.
Your accuracy, timing and finger speed will be taken to the limit in this unique test of rhythm. Follow the pattern of music and chase the big combos and high scores!
Amaze yourself by beating all the difficulty levels which push your fingers to breaking point! Do you have what it takes to become number one?
Things slow down a bit, and we are getting waaaaaaaay less releases when compared to the totals from the last couple of weeks.
We get one release for each of Sony’s services/platforms: One for PS3, one for Vita, one for PSN, and one for the minis range of games.
Oh, and FIFA 12 is now available as a digital download.
Full list of releases, coming right up!
Help legendary star fighter pilot Ace Armstrong defeat the Scumbag invasion of earth in this modern take on classic old-school shoot-em-ups, with an added 50s Sci-Fi twist and plenty of Scumbag-bursting humour.
Fly Ace through several action-packed levels, each featuring a huge boss with unique attack patterns to defeat!
Use Ace’s mighty Recycl-o-Ray to suck up the essence of defeated Scumbags and use their own weapons against them. Can you turn back the Scumbags’ tentacled tide of terror?!
After the crazy “let’s hurry up to release our game during launch week, or even the week before the full release” rush, Vita skips this week as no new games are released.
The highlights for this week include SSX, Hyperdimension Neptunia mkII, and Primal, a PS2 classic that most of us didn’t get a chance to play when it originally launched for Sony’s last console. One interesting release on PSN is the Killzone 3 Multiplayer. Yes, you read that right, you can now buy the Killzone 3 Multiplayer mode all by itself. Actually, you download the mode for free and you can play it as long as you want… with a catch. The release/almost demo comes with a level cap that can only be overcome by purchasing the activation key. Apparently, the single player part of the package will not be available at a later day, so it will be interesting to see if this is treated as a stand alone game with its own Trophy list, or if trophy hunters will have to track down a retail copy to complete their trophy list for the game. We also have Storm, an interesting game that is more laid back in nature and that tasks us with making seeds grow by using the power of the wind, of rain, and even by summoning lighting to do our bidding.
Full list of games after the break.
Read the rest of this entry »