Last week’s PlayStation Store update packed whole lot of brand new games with everything from brand a new RPG, the return of some classic survival horror and even the chance to travel to hell with a Saint’s Row spin-off. There is something for everyone in the latest PSN update!
Resident Evil HD | $19.99 | One Player| Originally Released: 2002
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We’ve already done a fair bit of coverage of Capcom’s recently released HD upgrade to 2002’s Resident Evil Remake. An HD remaster of a remake might sound a bit excessive but they’ve taken the classic GameCube game and touched up some of the environments, added a new modern control style among other improvements. If you haven’t experienced this survival horror classic now is the perfect time!
Citizens of Earth | $14.99 | One Player | New Release Published By Atlus USA
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Despite a failed Kicstarter the developers of Citizens of Earth pushed on and now thanks to Atlus USA we are able to enjoy this RPG throwback. Taking cues from classic RPGS from the past Citizens pit players in the shoes of the Vice President of Earth as things go awry on their first day on the job. With other 40 playable characters what kind of team will you build?
Saints Row IV: Gat Out of Hell | $14.99 | New Release | Published By Deep Silver
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Take a trip to hell (literally) with this Saints Row IV spin-off title staring the popular Saint, Johnny Gat. Not only has volition developed a brand new hellish city for players to explore but also added the ability to fly into the game. While this spin-off might not offer the same amount of replayability as the main series Saint’s Row games you’re still bound to have a devilish time.
Other New Releases:
- Saint’s Row IV: Re-Elected (PS4) – Also available in a bundle with Gat out of Hell
- Splice (PS3 / PS4 Cross-Buy) – $14.99
- Iron Clad Tactics (PS4) – $14.99
- Best of Arcade Classics (PS Vita) – Free to Play
For a full run down check out the PlayStation Blog