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PlayStation Store Global Update – August 21, 2012

Each week Sony brings PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable owners new content, add-ons, games and more. PlayStation LifeStyle catalogs the PlayStation Store updates for the major regions across the globe. Check back every Tuesday and Wednesday to keep up to date with each week's PlayStation Store Update.

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insertcoin4292d ago

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure... oh, Capcom, how you woo me...

Soldierone4292d ago

Ugh, was really hoping to buy MGS3 for my Vita since I don't have enough money for the entire collection.....but 20 friggin dollars and it isn't cross buy at all? Its the same friggin game as the PS3 one, and yet its 5 dollars more, what gives?

Oh well, back to saving any extra money I get just to go buy the collection. Saves me the hassle of updating my memory card anyways.

ddurand14292d ago

they are different, obviously.

but 20$ is alot, i agree there.

Im waiting for a sale on this collection this fall.

TheBlackSmoke4292d ago

Damn, the new youtube app is GODLIKE!

decimalator4292d ago

Wow that's a lot of stuff. No standalone Peace Walker for PS3? Still bugs me that they didn't release a native Peace Walker for Vita. I love that game so much.

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Rocksmith+ Comes To PS And Steam In June

This looks like a great way to play.
Rocksmith+, the award winning music-learning app that teaches you guitar and piano with thousands of hit songs, is coming to PlayStation and Steam on June 6, and is available to wishlist now on both platforms.

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Dragon's Dogma Is Still Amazing

Although the sequel is on the near horizon, the original Dragon's Dogma Dark Arisen remains a fantastic action RPG, still worth playing.

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jznrpg79d ago (Edited 79d ago )

A lot of the quest lines in Skyrim are good(not all and they don’t add up as a whole if you do thieves guild mage fighters guild etc) The dragons are very lame after the first few times and the combat is clunky as it always has been. The stupid sprint button is ridiculous.

Overall I agree DD is the better rpg game.

Both have theirs strengths and weaknesses but Skyrim should be so much more being the 5th game in Elder Scrolls series.

Excited to see what they add on to DD 2.

Unfortunately all they have done to Elder Scrolls since Morrowind is take things out (minus the sprint button which is so lame because you can kill dragon god like creatures but can’t run for more than ten seconds without getting tired)

anast78d ago (Edited 78d ago )

I liked the vampire questline and the return to Morrowind was okay, but the problem with Skyrim was the lack of consequence. There is almost no point in the quests. After I realized this, I started messing around with the mods and then quit playing. Though, I did spend 300 hrs. on modded content, but this is telling of how bad the game kind of is.

If DD was the size or close to the size of Skyrim, It would have been the primer fantasy game back then. I hope they up the size with DD2.

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5 Games To Play While Waiting For Dragon's Dogma II

Daman Shelley from NoobFeed writes - Dragon's Dogma is truly a one-of-a-kind game, and there really is no other game like it, but there are a few that come close. Whether with their fantasy settings, the ability to climb mountains, or just with the overall same charm as Capcom’s iconic RPG. Here's a list of games that will hopefully scratch that Dragon's Dogma itch.

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on_line_forever128d ago

every gamer should play this game

gold_drake128d ago

cant wait for it, feb and march are busy busy months ha.

SovereignSnaKe128d ago

I can still hear the title screen music in my head after nearly 12 years. Loved every minute of it.

MrNinosan128d ago

I have no issues filling my time til DD2.
Granblue Fantasy: Relink, Infinite Wealth and Final Fantasy VII Rebirth will probably me more than enough.
More terrified I won't be done in time.

DivineHand125128d ago

Try not to burn yourself out before the game releases. This is going to be a long and immersive RPG like the first one.

The games in this article are all great and I believe the people who are excited for Dragons Dogma 2 probably already played most of those games.

For now, I recommend you prepare yourself for long play sessions if you will be picking up Dragons Dogma at launch.

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