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Submitted by RIPSKATEDESTROY 665d ago | news

‘Heads-up’ PlayStation Store update, May 8th 2013

It’s a quiet week in terms of new content, but there are certainly a few gems to look out for. Today we have Alien Spidy, a quirky platformer in which you’ll need quick reflexes to progress. There’s also the interestingly-titled Nun Attack, which tasks you with restoring balance to the world by defeating the mysterious Fallen Nun, and a demo for Fuse – the new squad shooter from Ratchet & Clank developer Insomniac Games. (Alien Spidy, Fuse, Nun Attack, PS Vita, PS3, Remember Me)

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-GametimeUK-  +   665d ago
Still no CS:GO?
AmkOwns  +   665d ago
I'm sure its dead by now
Iltapalanyymi  +   665d ago
holy shit that fuse demo sucked.

just as i was expecting from the start. it will flop like hell.

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