Archive for category minis
There’s a LOT of content on sale right now at the PSN store. So much that I’ve had to place it all after the break AND in quotes to really make the list pop-out. My PS3 is set to be back by friday morning and I’ll be getting the L.A. Noire Complete Bundle (even cheaper at only $24.99 thanks to my PS+ sub), Mega Man: Maverick Hunter X, Age of Booty, Breath of Fire IV, Dino Crisis 2, Cyberbots and Earthworm Jim HD.
What are YOU buying?
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Welcome to the last store update before everyone gets “sick” and has to spend “time at home” to recover… with all the games we’ll be getting on Christmas (you DID remember to be good all year long and already bought the milk and cookies with double chocolate mint, right?).
Week two of “Operation No Retail, No Lies” is in full effect. This time around, we only get two new PSN titles, 3 minis and one PSOne Classic (although the word classic is a bit of a stretch for the game we’ll be getting). One of the minis, Orbit, is a game we’ll be reviewing this week (short review= very fun game worth your money). Another one is Prehistoric Isle, a game that I spent so much money on at the arcades they should be giving it to me free of charge. Of COURSE I’ll be using my PS+ discount to buy it tomorrow as soon as the store update goes live.
We’re getting several retail to digital releases and one of them shines more than the others. L.A. Noire. Not only is it a great game (you can read the review right here), it will also be released in a digital bundle with ALL DLC included as well! But wait, there’s more! PS+ subscribers can purchase it at a discount so be sure to check tomorrow for the final price on what will definitely take you away on a very, very interesting journey.
Christmas is so close we can sorta taste the rainbow. Publishers know this, and thus have decided that was already been released will be good enough of an option to fight for our holiday purchase attention deficit disorder.
There are NO retail releases this week. There’s only two new releases on digital format: ONE of them is a PSN game and the other is part of the minis category (and you can read our The Marbians review right here) release that is new to the US. What is the rest of the content, you ask? Digital releases of retail games.
Jump, jump, jump with joy as we take a look at how the next couple of weeks will be for “Releases for the Week”.
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What can I possibly do after reviewing such a great game as Fighting Fantasy: Warlock of Firetop Mountain? How about getting you guys some free copies for the game? That good enough for you? Thanks to our friends over at Laughing Jackal, we have 3 US codes for this great game! You know the drill by now, so get to it! This time to enter the giveaway you only need 75 points for each ticket.
Fighting Fantasy: The Warlock of Firetop Mountain revisits the iconic first entry in Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone’s 16m selling Fighting Fantasy saga.
Your quest is to find the Warlock’s treasure, hidden deep within a dungeon populated with a multitude of terrifying monsters. You will need courage, determination and a fair amount of luck if you are to survive all the traps and battles, and reach your goal…
This PSN-exclusive version of Fighting Fantasy: Warlock of Firetop Mountain features a Tarot Card character generation system and choice of classic dice-rolling or all-new Battle and Luck systems.
With an intuitive Inventory system and Log Book to aid you in your endeavour, this is the perfect way to relive the classic adventure that started it all.
May your Stamina never fail!