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Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, Soul Sacrifice, More Hit PlayStation Network Tuesday
It's another busy week on the digital marketplace as a Far Cry 3 spinoff, an enhanced version of the bizarre Deadly Premonition, a classic garbage rolling PS2 game and more make their way to the PlayStation Network.
When the PlayStation Store updates Tuesday afternoon, bright neon attire will be in order as the retro grindhouse goodness of Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon gets released upon the masses. Using the Far Cry 3, Blood Dragon is all about cheesy 80's action movies featuring cyborgs, robot sharks and enough bright pink and blue lighting to permanently alter your color perception.
While the PlayStation Vita isn't exactly starving for games, its collection of unique exclusive titles hasn't exactly been overwhelming in its first year. Soul Sacrifice will be added to that roster tomorrow, however, and it's quite a doozy. This co-op game wherein players take on the role of monster-hunting wizards is something of an epic offering, with some folks logging more than 60 hours in the game's demo alone.
And then there's Zombie Tycoon II: Brainhov's Revenge, the PS3/Vita strategy/MOBA game that lets the player orchestrate the zombie apocalypse by controlling specialized hordes of the undead and brand new Monster minions.
Telltale Games': Poker Night 2 will bring mascot-fueled multiplayer poker action to the virtual table with T.A.C. Heroes: Big Red will ignite the PSP with strategic warfare set within some of the most infamous battles of World War II.
For those who missed out on Deadly Premonition back when it released on the Xbox 360, the Director's Cut finally brings one of the most critically divisive titles to US PS3's, complete with a graphical and control overhaul and brand new content.
Finally, if you're in the mood to have a song stuck in your head for the rest of your life, then you'll likely want to try out PlayStation 2 Classic, Katamari Damacy. As the Princs of the Cosmos, your job is to roll up everyday objects, big and small, to turn them into stars and replace the ones your clumsy father accidentally destroyed.
For more information on any of these titles, visit the PlayStation Blog. Otherwise, look for all of this, along with the usual batch of demos, trailers and DLC, to hit the PlayStation Network sometime Tuesday afternoon.
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