Weekly Recap – May 16 to May 23

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Welcome to the weekly recap! Missed any of our posts from the last week? Click after the break to check all our posts that went live during the previous seven days.

For the last weekly recap, you can click here.

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[Review Revisited] Mystic Chronicles

Mystic Chronicles Review Revisited

Mystic Chronicles is an old-school RPG developed by Kemco and launched in the US thanks to Natsume. It is currently available for the PS Vita and PSP (but since the PSP store is no longer available directly from your PSP you’ll have to use other options to get the game to your previous-gen Sony portable if you really want to play it there). Is it a fun RPG, even after it hits most of the genre clichés (abandoned orphan who can’t remember his past, young mysterious girl that is found by the group, defending the world from destruction, etc.)?

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New Deals Under Five Flash Sale Is Live!

Flash Sale May

It’s the weekend, so that makes it the perfect time for a new Flash Sale on the PlayStation Store! This time you can find a ton of game deals under five bucks, for games such as Hitman Go: Definitive Edition, The Baner Saga, Arcania – The Complete Tale, Outlast, Rogue Legacy, Tetris Ultimate, Scrabble, Max Payne 3, Okami HD, The Darkness II, Grim Fandango Remastered, Tekken 6 and many more!

You can click right here to check the full list of games on sale, as well as some movies you might like to grab during this Flash Sale event.

I ended up grabbing Hitman Go: Definitive Edition, The Baner Saga, Thief and Murdered: Soul Suspect during the sale for arond $17 or so. What are you getting in this Flash Sale? Let us know in the comments below!

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[Beyond PlayStation] Pixlcross

Pixlcross Wii U

Pixlcross from indie team Pixlbit is a nonogram-style game. From looking at the screens you’ll instantly be reminded of Picross, and that’s exactly how this one plays. You’ll be filling up squares on a grid to work your way towards revealing an object on the screen, and it is way more addictive than it sounds.

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