The Drop: New PlayStation Games for 5/19/2015

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The Drop: New PlayStation Games for 5/19/2015
The Drop

Here’s hoping you don’t have any plans for a while. The Witcher III: Wild Hunt is coming to PS4. Explore a massive open world and continue the story of the legendary Witcher Geralt of Rivia.

In The Witcher III: Wild Hunt, players continue Geralt’s story; a story of bitter loneliness, fantastic battles, fiery affairs, and the slaying of monsters for coin. Wild Hunt opens up the world of The Witcher for players to explore, offering a seemingly endless supply of quests, treasures, games, and danger. Follow the story told within, or wander through small villages and great cities in search of more intimate diversions.

For a full list of games coming to PlayStation this week, read on. And enjoy the Drop.

The Drop: New PlayStation Games for 5/19/2015

Aces of the Luftwaffe
Alien Shooter
Arcade Archives Terra Cresta
Farming Simulator 15
Hyperdimension Neptunia U: Action Unleashed
The Witcher III: Wild Hunt

New PlayStation Games This Week

Aces of the Luftwaffe
PS4 — Digital
You have to show what you’re made of as the war over Europe is in full swing. Fight waves of Axis planes and panzers until you hit the boss enemies – the Aces of the Luftwaffe. It is the darkest hour for England. The Axis are sending their best into the Battle of Britain, and only a handful of brave pilots are left to destroy them.
Alien Shooter
PS Vita — Digital
Sinister hordes of bloodthirsty aliens have infiltrated our world! Take on the role of a soldier and head to a secret military laboratory to end this invasion! You’ll have a ragtag arsenal at your disposal, everything from pistols to machine guns.
Arcade Archives Terra Cresta
PS4 — Digital
Terra Cresta is a shooting game that was released by Nihon Bussan in 1985. Players intercept the enemy and fight the space devil. The Arcade Archives series has faithfully reproduced these arcade classics on PS4.
Farming Simulator 15
PS4, PS3 — Digital, Retail
With a brand new graphics and physics engine, Farming Simulator 15 offers an immense open-world filled with details and visual effects. In multiplayer online, or in solo, manage and develop your own farm.
Hyperdimension Neptunia U: Action Unleashed
PS Vita — Digital, Retail
Prepare yourself for a whirlwind of 3D hack ‘n’ slash action! Help these Gamindustri gals fight through frenzies of enemies using extravagant skills and custom combinations of aerial and ground attacks! Hack ‘n’ slash through waves of enemies, creating crazy chain combos both on the ground and in the air.
The Witcher III: Wild Hunt
PS4 — Digital, Retail
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a story-driven, next-generation open world role-playing game, set in a visually stunning fantasy universe, full of meaningful choices and impactful consequences. In The Witcher, you are a professional monster hunter, tasked with finding a child of prophecy in a vast open world.

Coming to PlayStation Music

Zedd – True Colors
Jamie Foxx – Hollywood: A Story of a Dozen Roses
Twenty One Pilots – Blurryface

Coming to PlayStation Video

The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water

The information above is subject to change without notice.

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  • The Witcher III and Life is Strange Episode 3 for me this week.

  • Wish they released USFIV this Friday instead of next Tuesday. It’ll be nice to play the game during Memorial Day weekend. But I guess Capcom and Sony did this so we would go outside instead LOL

  • ToKKeNbL00dMoNeY

    Only thing I care about this week is the house of wolves dlc for destiny the witcher looks good but I ain’t buying anymore games till they are on sale cheap somewhere!

  • @KidGreengene

    You didn’t have to, that’s ridiculous. If you need more storage in your PS4, buy a big drive. I have a 2 TB drive in my PS4. I don’t think using external storage is a good idea to begin with, as the performance characteristics will be different and cannot be guaranteed.

    I got my 2 TB drive about 5 or 6 months ago for just over $100. I got it from Amazon IIRC. They’re only going to get bigger and cheaper, so no excuses for using an inferior system :)

  • @TheTrainJob you don’t think external hard drives are a good idea, yet they work perfectly fine on Xbox One. Obviously PCs have had no issues running games off externals, especially when plugged into the USB 3.0 port. “performance characteristics will be different and cannot be guaranteed.” I think that excuse for Sony not doing it is completely invalid.

  • Wild Hunt Time for me!

  • @56 and 57 – No one NEEDS to use an external HDD with a console. I’m probably in the 1 percentile when it comes to people with the most games, and my 1TB is still doing fine. I may switch to a 2TB at some point down the road, but even that isn’t really necessary. You don’t NEED to have 3TB+ of games installed at once. “But it’s a hassle to redownload them”.. Not really, because you don’t need to download that many all at once. I add all PS+ games to my library and I purchase plenty of other games, but I don’t usually download them until I’m ready to play them. If I finish a game and think there’s a chance I’ll play it again, I keep it installed. Realistically, we won’t play the vast majority of our games after we finish them, but we struggle with the decision to delete them. Just do it.

    But for those who insist on having a massive HDD, look up the Nyko Databank. It’s an adapter that lets you use 3.5″ HDD’s with your PS4, which are available in much larger capacities than the standard 2.5″ HDD’s. Problem solved, and you can circumvent using one of the precious few USB ports.

  • Add my name to the “When Can I Pre-Order Ulrta Street Fighter IV on PS4?” list.

  • I’ve already poured close to 300 hours into Destiny and will eventually play The Witcher III, but the most excited I am about today is because of Life is Strange (Episode 3)!

  • NASCAR 15 “Gamastop exclusive” comes out on May 22, I think. For $19.99. Same as NASCAR 14 but updated with “2015 rules, sponsors and roster. For PlayStation 3. Think of it as an expansion for $19.99… but stand alone.

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