Submitted by pwobrien 557d ago | news

PlayStation Store Update 2/18/14

Now live on PS Store: Strider (PS4/PS3), AC Freedom Cry (PS4/PS3), Rayman Legends (PS4), EDF2025 (PS3), Gunslugs (PS Vita), and more. (Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, PS Vita, PS3, PS4, Remember Me)

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vikingland1  +   557d ago
I downloaded the FFXIV beta and the Strider demo. I can't wait for the FFXIV beta to start this Saturday. I liked the Strider demo it was fun.
SmielmaN  +   557d ago
I think I will be buying strider straight up today, before I watch the Canadian Olympic hockey game of course :).
BeganwithNes  +   557d ago
Agree, I like the stider demo a lot. Could be a nice game for the ps4 or xbox one. Something to tide us over to some of the bigger games.
markyboy2181  +   557d ago
prodg52  +   557d ago
I couldn't find it either. It's on there, but you have to use the search to find it. For some reason it isn't showcased like some of the other games that came out this month.

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