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5 big new releases to look out for on PlayStation Store this week

Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection, Sega Mega Drive Collection and To The Top are among the new arrivals

Nostalgia abounds on PlayStation Store this week! 12 classic Street Fighter games come together in the franchise’s 30th Anniversary collection and 50 retro hits arrive in Sega Mega Drive Collection. Relive the golden age of arcade games from the comfort of your own home!

Elsewhere, To The Top offers an exciting parkour experience on PlayStation VR, Yoku’s Island Express is a unique blend of pinball and exploration in a colourful hand-painted world, and cyber-noir action platformer Shift Quantum demands some creative puzzle solving.

1. Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection

Celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Street Fighter franchise with a selection of 12 arcade titles, each pivotal to the series. Players all over the world can now grab their Dualshock 4 or their favourite PS4 fight stick and embrace the nostalgia. Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting, Super Street Fighter II: Turbo, Street Fighter Alpha 3 and Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike will also be playable online!

2. Sega Mega Drive Collection

50 Sega Mega Drive classics unite in this single package filled with arcade platformers, shooters, beat ’em ups and puzzle games galore. Sonic the Hedgehog 2, Shining Force, Phantasy Star, Space Harrier, all three Streets of Rage games… enjoy some of the 16-bit generation’s best titles with brand-new online multiplayer, achievements, mirror modes, rewind and save states.

3. To The Top

Experience the freedom of fast-paced movement, show off your superhuman parkour abilities and pilot an advanced robot body to overcome more than 35 levels of obstacles, trials and breathtaking challenges – all in first-person.

Once you’ve mastered the art of high-risk aerial traversal, head online and compete against other players to set record-breaking runs and challenge your friends to do better.

4. Yoku’s Island Express

Yoku is tackling the elements amid the Mokumana Mountains in order to organise a festive get together. Explore a hand-painted island and unlock amazing new abilities in this colourful pinball platformer. Flip and bump the pint-sized protagonist Yoku around to discover the mystery of the Fruit Altar and awaken an old god from its slumber.

  • Why you should play it: A unique blend of pinball mechanics and open world exploration, that invites you to flip and bump your way around Mokumana Island!
  • Available: 29th May

5. Shift Quantum

Can you escape the labyrinth and find happiness? The dystopian Shift Quantum program is testing your ability to shift the world, twist your environment and bend your mind. Escape through 117 campaign levels by inverting the world to create negative space and transform barriers into escape routes. This gorgeous black and white puzzle platformer is sure to challenge your creative thinking.

Remember, if you’ve not got access to your PS4, PS3 or PS Vita then you can also buy through our online store.

Free for PlayStation Plus subscribers in May

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Carnivius_Prime 29 May, 2018 @ 11:09
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Street Fighter Collection and Mega Drive Classics released on same day. My retro-loving (but mostly empty) wallet feels pain.

(also noticing Metal Slug XX and Gekido there too)

Agony will be censored?

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It has had 22 seconds cut , and it is the same across all platforms , even the PC version is not getting the uncensored patch anymore , the developer tried but if they didn’t cut 22 seconds they would be closed down

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Ridiculous, but acceptable. Thanks for heads up, think im going to go for it.

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What are we missing in the censored version, anyone knows?

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Got Sega Mega collection and street fighter collection on disc last week when came through post both good collections.

cleverusername1 29 May, 2018 @ 12:27
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Anyone know how to claim ultra streetfighter 4? Got my copy this morning from amazon but there’s no code inside or mention of it anywhere

Where did you order from as I never got a code from amazon uk and have been told they never offered it with the pre order only USA amazon offered it

cleverusername1 29 May, 2018 @ 16:54
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Same, Amazon UK, I thought it was with all pre orders, not just some, all the promotion they’ve been doing had just said to pre order for the extra game.

Same here only ordered from them as it was cheaper and believed I would get the code in the box like it said in the blog post

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Dear SCEE, when will you fix the issue that we can’t download PSVITA vers. Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon???

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Looks like fun’s back on the menu boys!

Bag_Of_Fruit 29 May, 2018 @ 20:36
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What about Pixeljunk Monsters 2??

PixelJunk Monsters 2 was released on Friday last week, but wasn’t mentioned on the Blog’s weekly release update.

MiseryPrincess 30 May, 2018 @ 19:21
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Of course it wont be mentioned, it’s not a 2 hour long VR title barely anyone cares about.

interstella5555 31 May, 2018 @ 10:28
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And for those who grabbed the free gold dlc first ended up getting the full game for free 😂

Bag_Of_Fruit 30 May, 2018 @ 06:45
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Sadly not in New Zealand

Tiago_Ruivo 30 May, 2018 @ 08:09
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Yoku’s Island Express for me!!

xCloudxTifax 30 May, 2018 @ 13:00
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Where is The Journey Down Trilogy? It’s not on the store at all and I have searched on the internet and it says it was supposed to be released in the EU today

jamestillett 30 May, 2018 @ 18:36
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Street-fighter 30th Anniversary Disc its £10 gbp Cheaper already own SFU4 well Metal Slug XX rather expensive at £16 for a retro title but it is 4k No ACA titles Neo Geo yet again Sony Europe full expressing there dislike for retro titles .

But the on whole Sony Europe has been Lazy Sloppy to a whole point where they have become a shambles from there blogs their release dates the online Store is very messy & disorganized maybe they should have an A-Z listing on whats Available so people can find what they want rather than a stupid search

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