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These are your new PlayStation Store releases this week

Wolfenstein: Youngblood, Wargroove and more blast their way onto PS4

We’re back with a fresh batch of new releases hitting PlayStation Store this week. Liberate Paris from Nazi occupation in Wolfenstein: Youngblood, command an army in Wargroove or go on a rhythmic adventure in Songbird Symphony.

Check out our list of highlights below and head over to PlayStation Store for the full line-up of this week’s new games.

Wargroove | Out: 23rd July

GAME NAME on PS4
 
Why it should be on your radar:

Chucklefish delivers a strategy game with retro turn-based combat for up to four players. Choose your commander from over 12 characters, each with their unique personalities and special ‘Groove’ abilities. Command an army, challenge your friends and unleash your creativity by creating your own maps, campaigns and stories.

Fantasy Strike | Out: 25th July

GAME NAME on PS4
 
Why it should be on your radar:

This colourful indie title by Sirlin Games blends fantasy and martial arts, and is perfect for those of you who want something easy to learn but difficult to master. All moves are just a single button press and combos are easy to perform. Choose from a roster of diverse characters with quirky powers including wind, fire, ghosts, gambling, paint and even the ability to control time itself.

Songbird Symphony | Out: 25th July

Why it should be on your radar:

If a musical adventure sounds like your jam, you should pick up Joysteak Studios’ rhythm-based platformer. Join the adorable chick Birb as he sings, bounces and engages in rhythm battles on his heart-warming journey to discover his true origins. Explore a magical world of beautiful pixel art and animation that adapts to your musical interactions.

Wolfenstein: Youngblood | Out: 26th July

Why it should be on your radar:

You can team up with a friend or AI in the first modern co-op Wolfenstein adventure by Bethesda. Play as one of the badass twins Jess or Soph Blazkowicz and embark on a mission to find their missing father as you liberate Paris from the Nazis. Perform tag-team manoeuvres and unleash devastating new weapons and abilities on your foes as you fight your way through the City of Love.

Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot | Out: 26th July

Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot on PS4

Why it should be on your radar:

If you’re up for even more immersive freedom fighting, keep an eye out for Bethesda’s PS VR shooter that casts you as a daring hacker on a mission to take control of Nazi war machines. Ram, shoot and burn your way through Paris as you liberate the City of Love using your enemies’ weapons against them. So satisfying…

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Lol guy asking for old retro games long time just left PS4 to xbox1 a. But know we getting more old retro games nice .

Carnivius_Prime 22 July, 2019 @ 20:35
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maybe they were waiting for him to go away cos otherwise folk might think his constant posting is what brought it back and that would set a bad example? :P It’s what got mentioned with the Raimi suit in Spider-Man PS4. Some claim the constant (and often rather nasty) demands for the suit by some of the less polite fans is what got the suit in the game, somehow ignoring the fact that the suit isn’t something they whipped up overnight but had to design, model it, texture it, and thoroughly test it out to make sure it worked as well as it does. Or this Arcade Archives returning now could just be coincidence? Is that guy really gone to Xbox?

Nice to see more Arcade Archives again, after a European PS4 break that lasted over a year, even if I’m not interested in these two. Still waiting for Bomb Jack though, which was released in North America for PS4 back in 2015, among other things.

Also looking forward to the Wolfenstein games, they look fun.

Carnivius_Prime 22 July, 2019 @ 18:52
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Time Pilot! Ah good times. :)

jamestillett 22 July, 2019 @ 19:05
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Jesus have i seen a ghost a warm Welcome back to Hamsters Arcade Archives may the rest follow in due Course to keep all us retro fans happy

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No Captain Cat for europe this week either, come on and release everything everywhere at the same time.

Todesglubsch 22 July, 2019 @ 20:07
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Another week without Battle Princess Madelyn. I wonder what releases first: My physicial backer reward edition or the european digital release.

@Fantasy Strike

soooo…. UK-only?

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My money would be on your kickstarter disc copy atm,mate! Though at the rate the EU store is taking,I hope they might make a few extra spare copies of BPM for non-kickstarter backers! As usual, the Playstation Europe social media team’s “interaction” to asking/posting about it on twitter is to simply re-tweet the original “new releases” link & pretend you don’t exist!!

blacksheepwall_ 22 July, 2019 @ 22:06
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Rocksmith DLC for this week is an amazing Manic Street Preachers 3 pack with “A Design For Life” “If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next” & “Motorcycle Emptiness”

OrbitalFlow 22 July, 2019 @ 23:44
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It’s a shame you abandoned the #PS2onPS4 games. There were some great games you could have ported over.

You come out with some great ideas (sometimes) but never stick with them long enough.

MiseryPrincess 23 July, 2019 @ 20:39
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Yes!! Though they did basically the same thing with PS2 and PS1 games on PS3.

Still want Dragonquest VIII, Tenchu 3, Dark Alliance, Project Zero, GHS, etc. etc. etc. etc. etc. If they’re not going to bother, should just allow the PS4 to read and play PS2 discs using the emulator. There’d be no trophies but pfft.

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Yep, like a few commenters have posted, quite a shock seeing Hamster’s Arcade Archives pop up again!…Seems like the rumour that the SIEE psn EU region are finally updating the old PEGI classification store requirement to hopefully the IARC style one used by Switch/XB might be true. Whether that means the likes of Ninja Gaiden,Rygar,Ninja Spirit,Ninja Warriors come over, I guess time will tell….Lets hope that if Hamster’s games are coming over again, then its a sign of the likes of Battle Princess Madelyn & other small indies will be getting more timely EU/AU releases too! (Like the US psn & other formats do).

jehuty_2174 23 July, 2019 @ 11:41
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Burnout paradise dlc for ps3 please 🙏🏽

Fantasy strike looks cool !

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