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New on PlayStation Store this week: Dead or Alive 6, Trials Rising, The Lego Movie 2 Videogame, more

Plus, Kingdom Hearts: VR Experience and ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove also release

Things are busy on PlayStation Store with a host of colourful new releases launching this week. There’s sure to be something to suit all tastes with the likes of Dead or Alive 6, Trials Rising and The Lego Movie 2 Videogame on the menu.

Check out the list of highlights below and head over to PlayStation Store for more information.

1. Dead or Alive 6

Dead or Alive 6
Punch and kick your way through Team Ninja’s latest entry in its fast-paced 3D fighting series. Welcome new and familiar characters as you learn a few flashy combos and wreck your opponents in story mode , or jump into multiplayer if you’re extra competitive.

2. Trials Rising

Show off your slick motocross tricks (or crash in style) with this new iteration of the classic stunt bike simulator. Tear through gravity-defying tracks across the globe and compete for glory in both single-player and multiplayer modes.

3. The LEGO Movie 2 Videogame

The LEGO Movie 2 Videogame
Become a master builder and reunite with Emmet, Lucy and Batman as they embark on an outer space adventure after alien invaders left Bricksburg in ruins. Unlock over 100 playable characters as you explore the galaxy and beat up a few aliens along the way.

4. Kingdom Hearts: VR Experience

Kingdom Hearts: VR Experience
Kingdom Hearts fans are in for a treat this week with the opportunity to revisit some of your favourite Disney memories from the vibrant Square Enix franchise. Enjoy a 10-minute interactive PS VR video featuring the series’ beautiful music and unlock new content as you’re playing.

5. ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove

ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove
HumanNature Studios is bringing back the colourful rogue-like cult classic, featuring randomly generated levels, outlandish power-ups and funky aliens. This quirky new entry plays like a sequel to the original game with tonnes of throwbacks to delight fans of the series.

This week’s pre-orders

1. Tom Clancy’s The Division 2

Get a head start on Ubisoft’s open-world RPG shooter by joining the open beta running from 1st to 4th March. Delve into a post-apocalyptic world where Washington D.C. is on the brink of destruction. Whether you go in solo or with friends, you’re its last line of defence.

2. One Piece World Seeker

Join the Straw Hat Pirates and set sail towards Prison Island in an action-packed adventure by Ganbarion. Go all-out with Luffy’s Gum-Gum Fruit powers and give familiar enemies from the One Piece series a good ol’ beatdown. Five Devil Fruits a day keeps the doctor away.

3. The Occupation

Time is your biggest enemy as you investigate a terrorist attack in White Paper Games’ real-time thriller with branching storylines. Gather evidence, question witnesses and make tough decisions as you explore this non-linear world. If you’re a PS Plus member, you can get 10% off on your pre-order.

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*All release dates are correct at time of publication.

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 February

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After seeing Summer Funland VR is getting released this week in the US I was hoping we in the EU would be getting it too especially with the game being made in Poland.

It will be just Honor and Duty this week for me.

Finally KHVR but don’t care DOA6 because end up buying dlc for that

Doesn’t Ion Maiden come out this week?

Who deals with the Lego games releases? Made in the UK and released last here, it makes no sense.

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That would be Warner Bros. Games, no idea why they stagger the game releases like this but they always do for movie Lego games.

I’ve pre-ordered ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove! ??

Ummmm, how is there DMC5 dlc launching this week when the game isn’t out till next week….?

MiseryPrincess 26 February, 2019 @ 04:50
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The last two big Capcom games were released early by silly companies shipping the physical copies way before the release dates… So I guess they’re catering to those people??

blacksheepwall_ 25 February, 2019 @ 21:07
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Rocksmith DLC for this week is Variety Pack XXI with Clutch “The Regulator” Fuel “Shimmer” Gin Blosoms “Found Out About You” & Warren Zevon “Werewolves of London”

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45€ for RemiLore and no physical release on PS4 / in Europe? Yeah… good luck with that.

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It’s probably because the publishers consider them “specialist” releases and their “dedicated fans” will pay ridiculous amounts. Look at all those visual novels with pricetags higher than a big studio release and things like the Persona dancing games.

Though, more than likely if they weren’t so ridiculously overpriced the userbases (and sales) would be much larger.

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Oh and is there any reason, why this game costs 5€ more on PS4 than on Xbox or Switch? The US versions have identical prices. Thanks for nothing, Nicalis.

MiseryPrincess 26 February, 2019 @ 04:47
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Gah, I want a new fighting game but DoA6’s beta thingy put me off.

Randomly locking out local vs (the best way to play any fighting game) was a silly decision, probably as silly as the only new characters being a guy who likes Tacos and a girl who looks like she’s 12.

Plus need to see how terrible the onslaught of DLC is…

BUY Honor and Duty: D-Day, best shooting VR game on PSVR at the moment! So much fun, awesome PSMove controller support. Aim Controller works how it should, no aim drifting, no hassles. Everything works as it should, best VR game along with Dirt Rally. Cheap as chips as well, totally recommend it!

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