PlayStation Store Preview – October 23, 2012

For once, the PlayStation Vita can go toe-to-toe with the PS3 in terms of content. Both platforms have plenty of new games in the way of digital and retail releases, both available on the PlayStation Store. Those of you without PlayStation Plus can now pick up the PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale Beta and The Unfinished Swan.

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doctorstrange3375d ago

The Unfinished Swan is so epicly epic that it's just epic

decimalator3375d ago

but why didn't they finish it?

Godchild10203375d ago

So, the consumers can finish it and So, the consumers can get an experience like no other.

mafiahajeri3375d ago (Edited 3375d ago )

So they could let you finish it so you can see how epic it is ;D

@ABOVE great minds think alike :P

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guitarded773374d ago

Unfinished Swan is good, but didn't really awe me like Journey. I like that Sony allows devs to take chances with artsy-fartsy games. It's worth the price of admission. Tomorrow is all about Killzone HD for me.

moparful993374d ago

LOL I see wut you did thar!

subtenko3374d ago

Trust me,lol the Unfinished Swan is a gaming Inception! I made a playthrough of it on my gaming channel. It's a nice game and is one of those trippy games. Unfortunately it doesnt warrant a sequel unless they want to make the guy like Alice in wonderland some more.

Go get it. Its a nice experience.

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Xof3375d ago

They really need to do some advertising for TUF. At first glance, it looks like another crappy "artsy" game light on content, like Limbo. If I hadn't accidentally seen some gameplay footage, I'd have zero interest in it.

doogiebear3374d ago

Man I may just go ahead and check it out. Hope there's a demo

insertcoin3375d ago

I might bite on The Unfinished Swan, though I think the concept runs out of mileage quickly. But at least it's innovative, which is so rare these days.

decimalator3375d ago

so much goodness. but I'm looking forward to Rachet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault. the beta was really, really fun

Majin-vegeta3375d ago

PSABR,KZ HD,and WInback for me this week

We need a new Winback this generation!!!!!

Lord_Sloth3374d ago

I still have my PS2 Winback.

It's funny too because modern cover systems in TPS games kind of evolved from what it gave us.

memots3374d ago

everyone forgot about winback. You would think there was never any cover base game before geow

ziggurcat3375d ago

damn, now i have to go out and repurchase dark souls...

Chapulin3374d ago

Those that have managed to brave the punishing difficulty of FromSoftware’s Dark Souls and are up for more “fun”, can look forward to upcoming downloadable content, dubbed Artorias of the Abyss.

This new DLC pack will be available on both Xbox Live and PlayStation Network starting October 24th in Europe and Australia. There’s currently no word on when gamers in North American can expect the content.

Artorias of the Abyss contains all of the additional content that was included in the PC version of the game, Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition. The content will be priced at $14.99.

If that seems a bit steep, or you just want all the content on disc, you can wait until October 26th, when Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition releases for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Once again, there’s no word on when/if it is being brought to North America, so sit tight for news on that front.


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