New on PlayStation Store this week: Farming Simulator, Beat Saber, more

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New on PlayStation Store this week: Farming Simulator, Beat Saber, more

Plus, go after the Nazis in Achtung! Cthulhu Tactics and solve colourful puzzles in Squishies

This week on PlayStation Store, dust off your tractor and start harvesting with Farming Simulator 19, or beat the stuffing out of occult Nazis with Achtung! Cthulhu Tactics. Check out the highlights below, then read on for the full list of new arrivals.

1. Farming Simulator 19

Giants Software’s best-selling franchise returns with an impressive roster of realistic vehicles created from the leading brands in the industry. For the first time, explore vast American and European landscapes on horseback in a completely revamped graphics engine – making the farming experience even more immersive.

2. Beat Saber

Grab your PS Move controllers and cut coloured blocks in time to pulsing electronica in this satisfying PS VR rhythm game. Easy to pick up yet hard to put down, Beat Saber promises challenging gameplay that’ll make you want to move your feet.

3. Achtung! Cthulhu Tactics

Put your tactical abilities to the test in a Lovecraft-meets-WW2 universe, as you fight to stop occult Nazi experiments. Customise the ultimate fighting team using a range of unique characters in this satisfying slab of strategic turn-based combat.

4. Squishies

Channel your inner child with the delightful puzzle platforming world of Squishies, built for PS VR. Push and pull your stranded squishy friends home using transdimensional alien fish, or unleash your creativity by building your own levels to share with the community.

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Remember, if you’ve not got access to your PS4, PS3 or PS Vita then you can also buy through our online store.

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  • If anyone hasn’t picked it up already, with black Friday deals there really couldn’t be a better time to jump in to PSVR. I guarantee you will not be disappointed.

    • Do you mean… that already dying gaming system? I hear less and less about VR with each month, nor am I seeing any interesting “games” coming out on it. Of course, there are couple cool games, but VR is not worth anyone’s time. Sony was pushing VR for some time and now you don’t hear much lately. It’s the same as it was with PS Move. Cool gimmick for a year or two.

    • Speak for yourself, I’ve had VR since launch, and I play with it weekly. Tons of games keep coming out on a weekly basis, and there are quite a few amazing games to choose from. Just to mention a few of the latest: Astro Bot, Tetris Effect, Déraciné, Electronauts, Creed, Firewall, Transference… And then there is some of the backlog with Resident Evil 7, Wipeout, Doom VFR, Skyrim VR, The Persistence and tons more. And Sony aren’t supporting it? What about all the promo work being done for the upcoming Borderlands 2 release for the system, which will have a bundled release with the HMD just in time for the holidays? Sony is fully behind the PSVR, moreso than any other peripheral they have released. It’s the best selling VR headset on the market, outselling Vive and Oculus combined, and Sony are going to take advantage of that.

      Honestly, just because something isn’t to your taste, it doesn’t mean you need to prevent others from enjoying it. It’s fine that you don’t recommend it, but more solid arguments are needed that “no games” and “no support”

    • Anyone who says ps vr is not going anywhere or that it is dying has never tried it

      Once you play and see with your own eyes you’ll see its amazing. Astro bot is revolutionary for platforms the way you need to look around and the scale of everything. You really think you’re there controlling this character, videos can’t do it justice

    • The people saying it’s not going anywhere is probably the long string of developers who have backed out due to making almost zero money (or in many cases less than zero money).

      It’s basically only going to last while these companies are bankrolling it, hoping it will gain enough traction to actually make profit. Once they give up and don’t want to take any more losses, it’s done, once again. Just like it was in the 80s and 90s.

      Remember how VR has sold 7.5x less than the Vita, even though it’s had about 900x the promotion? Remember how it’s sales are about as good as the Wonderswan? Remember how many developers are toning down or straight out removing planned content? It’s not really a great bandwagon to be getting on. With developers dropping or reducing support in later games (Capcom, Namco, EA etc. etc.) however many rehashed PS3 games come out on it isn’t going to matter.

    • Dying system? Beat Saber has literally just come out. A lot of people have been waiting this game.

    • Nolidior88: And yet there are new VR games released each week. Im not saying VR is going to replace TV gaming. Im not saying people are going to spend there as much time as PC gaming. But it is cool platform. It has some nice games. And if you find some nic price deal it is worth it. Not for everyaday gaming. But for occasional experience it is great.

    • I have a lot of VR titles to play still… Beat Saber just came out, still need to buy Moss and Borderlands VR next month is gonna be amazing. Loved Arizona Sunshine and still need to buy the dlc

  • Ooh a couple of exciting things here, Definitely want Beat Sabre and Bendy. Rush VR looks interesting and some sweet season pass stuff from Lego DC and Spiderman. A good week for me :)

  • I bought Spyro last week and then I got Diablo III in the sale for a heavily reduced price and so I’m not needing anything this week but oh it’s Spider-Man DLC time so I’ll be returning to that game tomorrow (since my DLC is already paid for in the Deluxe edition I bought back in September). So I’m sorted for now. Thanks. :)

  • Stop censoring games

    • Blame the State of California, not Sony. For a bunch of visual novels, anyway…

    • nah blame Sony. for all type of games actually..

    • Whatever you say then.

    • What does California have to do with censored games IN JAPAN? Japanese developers have to submit the games to US Sony and only then they can release it in their own country – these games aren’t even translated and probably never will be – and if they were, translated version could be the censored one just like they’ve always been (even though I find that shady too)! Not to mention all paperwork has to be in English even though games are in japanese.

      I’m not buying any censored games. I don’t play echci games but if I were to I’d rather get it on Nintendo Switch (what an irony when Nintendo with its “kids console” doesn’t care yet Sony censors bikini. Not nudity. BIKINI! SWIMSUITS! WHAT THE HELL?! And if you think it’s just the ecchi, who the hell cares, think again. It’s this subgenre now but you think if we allow them they won’t get their hands on other mainstream stuff?

  • I have heard really good things about Benny

  • Please fix the download queue in the web-based Store.

  • Correct me if I’m wrong but isn’t Gungrave VR also supposed to be out this week?

  • Rocksmith DLC for this week is a Christmas classics song pack with

    Brenda Lee -Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree

    Chuck Berry – Run Rudolph Run

    Elvis Presley – Blue Christmas

    Gene Autry – Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer

    Not heard of Achtung Cthulhu Tactics until I read this but looks my kinda game. Hope it reviews well.

  • Flashback is probably the best game coming to PS4 since GoW. But I’m not buying it for 20 Euro cause I’m not stupid.

  • Beat Saber for $35 on CZ store. Steam price – $20/20 EUR. This is quite annoying. Pass for now…

  • £15.99 for the old Flashback from the 16-bit days with barely anything added? No thanks. I didn’t even care for it that much on my Amiga back in the day. It was alright but I never much liked those cinematic type platformers where animation takes priority over responsiveness.

  • As great Flashback is, it’s surprisingly expensive for being a 25 year old game.

  • If you have PSVR you must try Beat Saber. It’s simple yet really fun.

    If you don’t have one, go to the nearest store where you can try it!

  • Rush VR not available for purchase. Please fix ?

  • I asked on Twitter apparently it’s not coming out until the 4th December.

  • Rush VR isn’t the only one missing. Can’t find Windstorm, Gundemoniums, David Attenborough’s Great Barrier Reef Dive or those Primal Carnage: Extinction bundles either.

  • Its Friday and no sign of “the door” . Off to the U.S store I go..

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