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Sonic Adventure 2 Racing to PSN

It was almost lost in the flood of information from this year’s ComiCon, but it has been confirmed that Sonic Adventure 2 will come to the PlayStation Network. No date or price are currently known. First released way back in 2001, Sonic Adventure 2 was one of the last big releases for the Sega Dreamcast during it’s short life. Be sure to check back for future updates.


Malicious Invades PSN Later This Month

It’s taken a while for Malicious to make it stateside, considering it’s 2010 Japan release, but the time is finally here. The game pits players against a series of bosses, each of which provide a Mega Man style power-up, allowing the main character to morph his cloak into various weapons. Keep an eye out for it July 24th for $9.99.

Source: Gamezone


Telltale Confirms Plans for Future Walking Dead Seasons

As we approach the end of the first season of Telltale’s The Walking Dead series, there’s already talk of more to come. Senior Vice President of Marketing Steve Allison stated pretty plainly that, “this will not be the last The Walking Dead game series that we do.”

The series has been receiving mostly positive reviews, our own included, and the sales are just as encouraging. During the first eight weeks, 1.7 million episodes were sold, and there’s no sign it slowing down. Be sure to keep an eye out for the next episode, Long Road Ahead, sometime in August.

Source: Eurogamer


Dyad Gets a Release Date

Dyad, the psychedelic audio-visual experience, finally has a release date. You can expect it early next week on July 17th, and it will cost you $14.99. The game combines elements of racers and puzzle games for a unique style of play, similar to Rez or Audiosurf.

Be sure to check out the video above, as Dyad makes much more sense when you see it in action.

Source: IGN


US PlayStation Store Update: Week of July 9

The US PlayStation Store came back from last week with a few big PSN releases. The strategy RPG Rainbow Moon tops the list this week, which is on sale for PlayStation Plus members. Quantum Conundrum, the latest game from Kim Swift and Airtight Games, has you shifting dimensions and solving puzzles, while Frogger: Hyper Arcade Edition gives you the chance to play the classic game with a few new twists. Check after the break for a full list of releases and prices.

Sony Buys Cloud Gaming Service Gaikai

In the weeks leading up to this year’s E3, rumors circulated regarding Sony and the cloud gaming service Gaikai. The rumor went away when Gaikai denied the existence of any deal between itself and the gaming giant, but it turns out the two companies do have a future together. Earlier this week it was announced that Sony will be acquiring Gaikai for $380 million.

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More Free Games This Month For PlayStation Plus Members

Sony is continuing with their efforts to improve PlayStation Plus by giving even more free games to it’s members. Starting this week, in addition to most of the free titles announced back at E3, you can download Gotham City Imposters, Pac-Man Championship Edition DX, and Renegade Ops.

It should also be noted that with these additions, Virtua Fighter 5, Hard Corp: Uprising, and Zombie Apocalypse will no longer be available for free. Plus members should also keep an eye out next week for the strategy RPG Rainbow Moon, since they’ll get 20% off at launch.

Source: PS Blog US


EU PlayStation Store Sale Steers Toward PS3 and PSP

If you missed the Vita sale over on the EU PlayStation Store last week, there’s a new batch of discounted content ready to download this week. The only difference? It’s mostly PS3 and PSP content. There’s a lot on sale, so check after the break for a full list of the myriad of games and their prices. The sale ends this Saturday, July 7th.

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US PlayStation Store Update: Week of July 2

It’s the beginning of another week, and with that comes more additions to the PlayStation Store. Full PS3 releases are dominating this week, with Spec Ops: The Line, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13, Sonic Generations, The Adventures of Tintin, Brave, and Ferrari Racing Legends all coming out this week. If a modern take on a board game is more your style, there’s Dungeon Twister, or you can get some hard hitting action in Bellator MMA Onslaught. Check after the break for a list of releases and prices.

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Summer Sale Heats Up PSN This Week

If you’re looking for something to play this week, and want to save a bit of money as well, Sony has you covered. The Summer Sale will last this week only, but it offers a wide array of titles on the cheap, with PlayStation Plus members saving even more.

The games offered are mostly PSN titles, but also include some inFamous DLC and even the PS2 classic Shadow of the Colossus. Check after the break for a full list of sale items and prices.

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