5 big new PlayStation Store releases you need to check out this week

Including Bravo Team, Frantics, Scribblenauts Showdown and more…

This week, prove you can remain calm under pressure and work with a co-op partner to survive the intense, heart-pumping firefights of Bravo Team on PlayStation VR.

Switch from blockbuster action in the city to fleet-footed competition on the pitch with VRFC Virtual Reality Football Club, the first football game in first person on PS VR.

Alternatively, new Playlink title Frantics puts you at the mercy of a mischievous Fox as you and your friends compete in a host of whacky minigames, and keep the multiplayer fun going with party game Scribblenauts Showdown. Finally, we’re graced with the Royal Edition of epic open-world adventure Final Fantasy XV.

1. Bravo Team

Duck, dodge and run in this thrilling first person VR cover shooter. Bravo Team is an intense journey set in a fictional, modern day city in Eastern Europe. Play alone or with a VR equipped friend online and fight to survive in a city thrown into turmoil. Teamwork will be vital in the heat of the firefight.

2. Frantics

Frantics is a collection of whacky mini-games for up to four players on PlayLink. There’s no need for controllers; pick up your smart device to swipe, tilt, shake, flick and snap away at your opponents in frenetic action arena brawls, strategic turn based competitions and much more. But be wary of the mischievous Fox who will do his best to turn you against each other!

3. VRFC Virtual Reality Football Club

Step into the world’s very first FPF (first person football game) with VRFC Virtual Reality Football Club on PS VR. Show your skill in competitive online eight-player matches, or play friendly matches in private games. You are the one running, dribbling and kicking the ball thanks to Agile Locomotion – an innovative system that allows you to move in VR with no physical discomfort.

4. Scribblenauts Showdown

It’s Scribblenauts, but party-style! Play more than 25 minigames with up to four players. Create your own Scribblenaut and face off against your friends in Showdown Mode, Versus Mode, or create anything in the Sandbox levels!

  • Why you should play it: Scribblenauts Showdown is the perfect slice of minigame mayhem to play with friends.
  • Available: 9th March

5. Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition

Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition is the complete version of the acclaimed RPG, with all the add-on content and new features added since its release. Take a road trip with Prince Noctis and his friends in their fight against the empire and reclaim their fallen kingdom!

  • Why you should play it: Try the game’s all-new dungeon, first person mode, all season pass content and much more in Final Fantasy XV’s ultimate package.
  • Available: 6th March

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PSVR heaven this week

The links don’t work. Don’t people mention this every week? Don’t you QA your blog posts?


There’s dates for a reason though, the only thing out today is the rocket league car and the link works for that.


Yes, that is mentioned every week, and every week someone points out the obvious fact that every release is dated and the store page for them will go live on that date unless they are available to preorder. It’s not rocket science and takes but a modicum of common sense to realise.

MiseryPrincess 06 March, 2018 @ 01:00

So 2 VR plugs, another Playlink plug, some random spin off game and a rerelease of generic fantasy XV are the top 5?

This is not a good week at all is it??

Remember when we had complete Final Fantasy games on the day of release and not 2 years later with some special edition?


The hilarious thing about this “complete” edition is that there’s still additional content coming that’s not included in this “complete” edition. So expect the FINAL DEFINITIVE COMPLETE EDITION somewhere around next Christmas.

Tuulenpoika, and this one should have been called Not So Royal Edition But Still Buy It Please

ste_the_legend 06 March, 2018 @ 09:41

Also the “Royal” edition explains why we have never had a meaningful sale on the season pass.

Carnivius_Prime 06 March, 2018 @ 08:45


What’s the difference between this new release of “Stardust Galaxy Warriors: Stellar Climax” and the one which is already in store as of Sept. 2016.

ste_the_legend 06 March, 2018 @ 09:43

It’s probably that it’s now available in more countries than it was before.

Does anyone know when Stardew Valley is coming to Vita? I bought it for PS4 and was loving it, but stopped playing when I heard the Vita version was coming out this year as it’ll be perfect for that system. I’m so desperate to get it on handheld! (and can’t afford a Switch, haha).

ste_the_legend 06 March, 2018 @ 09:46

The devs have simply said “2018”. The game is cross-buy though, however it apparently won’t have the multiplayer mode that is being rolled out for the Ps4 version soon .


Can’t wait either!

ste_the_legend 06 March, 2018 @ 10:01

Can anyone clarify something for me about the FFXV Royal Edition? The full Royal Edition of the game DOES include the Season Pass but the Royal Edition upgrade (£11.99) does NOT include the season pass content released so far? Because it’s not that clear from the respective store listings. I already own the base game but not the season pass. If there is no season pass included then the upgrade seems like a rip-off given that it seems to just be a few additional scenes and trophies, almost the sort of stuff you would expect a free patch to incorporate!


Your correct, Royal edition (physical and digital) is all the season pass content plus the royal content. The upgrade is Just the new stuff FPS mode, dungeon etc.

ste_the_legend 06 March, 2018 @ 12:33

I suspected as much 


“North” for me! Damn, my Vita-Backlog is getting bigger and bigger…

ste_the_legend 06 March, 2018 @ 12:34

It looks interesting but it also looks like the sort of title that has PS+ written all over it 6 months from now.

deathnote2000 07 March, 2018 @ 11:46

It’s only £3.99 so it doesn’t matter much if it does come later.


Final Fantasy XV was the worst open-world game i had last year. it was soooo boring. I enjoyed type 0 much more

nukualofaperson 06 March, 2018 @ 12:00

I played Drunkn Bar Fight in a VR joint in Poland last summer, and it was glorious.


nothing for me this week I got final Fantasy 15 but do I have buy the game again to get royal edition or is there an upgrade dlc but haven’t seen it on store .


The upgrade is called the royal pack, links in the DLC section


Thanks help 😀


How long until PSVR will be thrown into trash can like Move/Vita/PS2 games on PS4/etc?

MiseryPrincess 07 March, 2018 @ 11:32

There’s been only 2 million shipped (apparently), less than 1/7th of even the Vita install base, and owners only buy on average 5 – 7 games total each. So making games for that platform isn’t exactly enticing at the moment.

It will last until Sony gives up on it, so unless something big happens (like a bunch of noticeable games) probably 1-3 years.

Great to see more PSVR titles coming up! I’ve been wondering though that will Ancient Amulator ever reach nordic countries? It has been available in UK for ages.


Half of this games are not on the store at all i had enough it’s time something about it . Fred needs to do store update . Im going ring up. I want to get Dumas respect but not on store

playstation service if happens again I’m calling fed up missing games on store.

deathnote2000 07 March, 2018 @ 11:49

Word on the street is avoid Barvo Team like the plague.

OldAgeCarnage 07 March, 2018 @ 22:36

Knockout league?…

jamestillett 09 March, 2018 @ 18:01

VR heaven this week uh well 7 in total maybe Sony can do the same with 7 Neo Geo titles next which would be fair

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