PlayStation Store Preview – September 16, 2014: Anomaly Too

PSLS:This week, play some Anomaly 2, tell some lies with Fibbage, and look hideously adorable with Murasaki Baby.

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Wedge193294d ago

A pretty slow week after Destiny, most people cleared out shop for the week it seems.

Sly-Lupin3294d ago

Eh, maybe. I don't mind it so much as the Autumn Deluge has already begun, just not on Sony platforms. This week alone we have Curtain Call and Wasteland 2 and free Original Sin DLC. And then its a torrent of games everywhere until the end of the year: Hyrule Warriors, Fantasy Life, Smash Bros, Pillars of Eternity, Beyond Earth, Project Diva F2, Tales of HeaP4 Ultimax, rts R, At No surge, Bayonetta 2, Costume Quest 2, Shadow of Mordor, Harvest Moon, Dreamfall Chapters, Lords of the Fallen, Age of Wonders expansion, that one delayed RPG port whose name I forgot (the one that's a port of a Sega platform game, genesis !maybe?), plus new Shadowrun stuff, more Dragon Quest on Android and a host of other games I've probably forgotten.

DjinnCrimsora3294d ago

The people that put this together apparently didn't get the memo that Natural Doctrine isn't coming out until the 30th...

Muzikguy3294d ago

Right! I just put that game on a birthday list for my girl. Looks fun!

RG_Dubz3294d ago

They also don't have the new free Killzone Map Pack that comes out this week listed either.

JohnApocalypse3294d ago

I'm very interested in how Murasaki Baby turns out. It looks took make good use of the Vita functionalities

HentaiMasterRace3294d ago

Murasaki Baby here I cum.......ahhhh!

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Sony might have killed the PlayStation Vita, but these games showed off its peak potential

Kevin Webb: "While one of Sony's main goals with the Vita was to produce experiences that felt like playing on a home console, the Vita produced a number of unique games that were later brought over to more powerful hardware. And as the Vita got older, independent developers began to take advantage of the console's strong hardware and dedicated player base. For example, PC games like "Stardew Valley" or "Minecraft" that had earned an indie following could be moved to the Vita at low cost, letting players take their favorite games on the go.

The PlayStation Vita may not have been a smash hit, but there were plenty of gems to be found on the handheld if you spent enough time looking."

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ArchangelMike1655d ago

Frobisher Says was one of the best games on the Vita. There was just nothing like it. It's such a shame that Sony didn't see fit to invest in the Vita long term.

REDGUM1655d ago

Agreed. Admittedly I brought the console only to travel with (a 41yo gamer here) finished killzone liberation and just started Uncharted odesey and Resistance games. I really only got it to play the games that just never came to ps3/4and surf the net. Its a handy console and it's a shame if has come to an end especially with no replacement in sight just yet!

ArchangelMike1655d ago

Yeah, I loved the Killzone Liberation. Although I have to say that since Sony have dedicated their focus only on the PS4 it has gone from strength to strength. I hope they keep supporting VR though - that might be a game changer for them next gen if they do.

monkey6021655d ago

Some excellent choices there. I spent so many hours on Soul Sacrifice and Persona 4

As much as I love the Uncharted series I couldn't come to terms with Golden Abyss. It felt like a few steps back in the series

King_Noctis1655d ago

Danganronpa, Stien Gate, and especially Persona 4 are some of the best titles that available on the Vita.

I will miss this console.

Chevalier1654d ago

So many great Visual Novels on the Vita

VariantAEC1652d ago

No Freedom Wars or Killzone Mercenary?
Both deserve remakes. Mercenary is cannon and Freedom Wars is just one of those ultra rare JRPG games I found fun and think could appeal to a wider audience.


10 Games That Best Used the Vita's Unique Inputs

VGChartz's Adam Cartwright: "There are examples out there of games being developed for Vita that truly make the most of its inputs, coming up with unique ways of interacting with the hardware to make for a memorable gaming experience. It’s these titles I’m looking at in this article – what they are and how they worked on Vita, both in terms of what they did right and what they could have done better."

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Murasaki Baby Vita Review - The Zombie Chimp

Although released in 2014, does Ovosonico’s Murasaki Baby still deliver a unique experience for the Vita?

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