In the wake of the PS4 launch, the world of PlayStation continues to grow with papery platforming, rubber-burning races, online fighters, shadow puzzles, anime antics, and… farming?!
The makers of LittleBigPlanet are bringing their latest, creative concoction onto PS Vita in the form of Tearaway. With a world and cast made entirely out of digital paper, Tearaway is just about the cutest platformer around. Expect astounding visuals and witty puzzles from top to bottom!
And if you’ve yet to purchase a PS4, the latest edition in the Need for Speed series hits PS3 this week with enough breakneck competition to satisfy the most seasoned adrenaline junkie. Need for Speed Rivals features the AllDrive system, which fuses single-player driving into a seamless multiplayer world, where your friends can race in and out of events without the need for lobbies or loading.
But if you’re more in the mood for a colorful, thought-provoking challenge, look no further than Contrast, which also lands on PS3 Tuesday. And for those of you gamers that still fondly remember crossing blades in Soulcalibur II, perhaps you’ll want to note the imminent arrival of Soulcalibur II HD Online — a visually upgraded take on the classic fighter.
Hungry for more? Head below for a complete list of new games joining the PlayStation family this week. Enjoy the Drop.
You, once a famed vampire hunter, have been turned. Now, with a thirst for blood driving you on, you must fight to regain your honor. A hack and slash experience with drop-in/drop-out cooperative play and plenty of brutal weapons.
You know exactly what this game is about. Features more than 20 licensed brands including Case IH, Lamborghini, and Same. New career mode with an economic system, animal husbandry, and purchasable fields.
Race through the streets of Redview County in high-speed chases as either a cop or racer. The AllDrive system blends single-player and multiplayer events into one seamless experience, and always keeps your blood pumping.
After a freak accident, our hero Ray wakes up with a giant, pink arm growing out of his brain. This arm has given Ray psychic powers, which will be quite handy in solving puzzles and clearing his name of a crime he didn’t commit.