It's an eclectic week of releases over on the PlayStation Network this week featuring a famous mouse, two PlayStation mascots, a fictional old school action star and the first Belmont to ever crack a whip.
If you didn't overdose on games during last week's E3 event, the PlayStation Network has a few new offerings for you to sink your teeth this into, as well as a couple of demos for those who have sworn off new game purchases in order to save up for a PlayStation 4 or Xbox One. While there aren't too many new titles hitting The Drop this week, the short list of offerings does do a nice job of covering multiple genres, offering a little something for your varied tastes.
First up is the PlayStation Vita version of Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two, the latest offering in a series all about art and creativity. Mickey is back in action with his magical paint brush while Oswald the Rabbit has a special remote control that lets him control electricity. It's an adventure platformer and, with the word “Disney” right there in the title, you can be sure it's geared at being a good time for the whole family.
Similarly family friendly is the PS Vita version of The Jak and Daxter Collection, which offers all three of the PlayStation 2 hits in a tidy little package.
Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard also makes its digital debut this week, introducing players to an old action star that never really existed. A spoof of the action genre in general, join Hazard on his latest adventure killing zombies, 16 bit soldiers and more.
Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams brings it own brand of platforming goodness to the virtual market this week, alongside elemental puzzle solver, Storm.
Finally, the story of the first Belmont to seek vengeance on Dracula is available in Castlevania: Lament of Innocence, the first decent 3D game in the series overflowing with the music, monsters and locations the series has become known for over the past 20-odd years.
If you'd rather just try out a couple of games, then Giana Sisters and NCAA Football 14 will also both be available as downloadable demos this week.
Look for all of that and more to arrive on the PlayStation Network sometime this Tuesday during the regularly weekly update.