With three day-one digital releases, a PS2 classic and a ton of new PSN titles rounding out the selection, this week's new release schedule for PlayStation Network is a beast, led by the 200-pound gorilla known as Irrational Games' BioShock Infinite.
After introducing the world to Rapture in 2007's BioShock, Irrational Games decided to pass the series' reigns onto the teams at 2K Marin and Digital Extremes to continue the story of the doomed underwater city. In the meantime, Irrational got to work on their next project, which just so happens to be releasing tomorrow in the form of BioShock Infinite for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. Players take on the role of Booker DeWitt, a man on a quest to track down a mysterious woman, Elizabeth, in the floating and civil war-torn city of Columbia. You can look for it in stores tomorrow, or you can download it at launch directly through the PlayStation Network.
Infinite is joined by another pair of big games on launch day through Sony's digital service, including Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel and annual golf-a-thon, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14.
If you're in the mood for a bit of nostalgia instead, then you can also download the PlayStation 2 Classic, Nobunaga's Ambition: Iron Triangle once the store update goes live tomorrow.
If, perhaps, you still are not satisfied, then maybe one of the following PSN titles will do the trick. First up is the adorable adventure game, Machinarium, finally available on the PlayStation Vita. Machinarium will be joined by puzzle platformer A-Men, exercise title PlayStation Move Fitness, RPG epic Tales of Graces F, PS3/Vita racing game WRC 3: FIA World Rally Championship and the build-it-yourself digging, crafting, RPG-ing romp, Terraria.
Look for these games, along with the usual dose of demos, videos, etc. to hit PlayStation Network once the store update goes live sometime Tuesday afternoon.
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