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These are your new PlayStation Store releases this week

New games include Vasara Collection, Ancestors Legacy, PC Building Simulator and more

This week on PlayStation Store, learn how to build a computer in PC Building Simulator, command an army in Ancestors Legacy, and indulge in some vintage arcade shoot ’em up action in Vasara Collection.

Check out the highlights below and head over to PlayStation Store for more information on all this week’s new releases.

PC Building Simulator

PC Building Simulator on PS4

Why it should be on your radar:
If you’re up for something a bit different, Claudiu Kiss and The Irregular Corporation has you covered with this PC building sim. Grow your own computer repair business as you build, diagnose and fix PCs using licensed components from real-world manufacturers.

Ancestors Legacy

Ancestors Legacy on PS4

Why it should be on your radar:
Hungry for a tactical challenge? Destructive Creations serves up squad-based real-time strategy set in medieval Europe. Command your own army from one of four nations including Anglo-Saxon, German, Slav and Viking. Build bases, manage resources and engage in large-scale battles against other factions. If you get lonely on the battlefield, there are also multiplayer modes for an extra challenge.

Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes

Edna & Harvey: Harvey's New Eyes on PS4

Why it should be on your radar:
If you have a wacky sense of humour and love a good point-and-click adventure, check out this cartoony gem from the team behind The Whispered World. You take control of the shy schoolgirl Lilli who’s having a rough time under the strict tutelage of Mother Superior. When her best friend Edna disappears, Lilli embarks on a quest to get her friend back, filled with quirky characters, hilarious dialogue and challenging puzzles.

VASARA Collection

VASARA Collection on PS4

Why it should be on your radar:
The Japanese arcade shoot ’em ups Vasara and Vasara 2 are finally available in the West! Play with advanced weaponry as you fight against warships, giant robots, tanks and samurais in a world where science fiction meets feudal Japan. Everyone is out to get you, and Vasara’s skill-based gameplay will keep even the most seasoned players on the edge of their seats. There’s also an easy mode for beginners and players who want a more relaxing gaming session.

This week’s new pre-orders

The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan

Why it should be on your radar:
Keep an eye on this new game from the creator of Until Dawn releasing 30th August if you’re a fan of spooky narrative adventures. Follow five friends as they get caught up in a storm during their holiday diving trip. Things take a sinister turn, and your decisions will determine the fate of the characters. Who will live, who will die? It’s all up to you…

Telltale Definitive Series: The Walking Dead

Telltale Definitive Series: The Walking Dead on PS4

Why it should be on your radar:
Not yet played Telltale’s acclaimed tie-in? Now’s the time to jump in. This collection includes all four seasons, the 400 Days DLC and The Walking Dead: Michonne. You can also enjoy updated graphics, behind the scenes bonus features, gameplay improvements and more.

Tropico 6

Why it should be on your radar:
El Presidente is back, and it’s time to shape the fate of your very own banana republic once again, starting 26th September. For the first time in the series, you get to manage a cluster of islands at the same time. Build infrastructure, send agents to raid foreign lands and make promises you can’t keep in election speeches. PS Plus members can also grab a 10% discount on. Will you be a tyrant or a peaceful leader?

WWE 2K20

WWE 2K20 on PS4

Why it should be on your radar:
From 22nd October, step inside the WWE 2K20 ring with improved gameplay and streamlined controls. It’ll also have a 2K Showcase featuring the story of the Four Horsewomen and a new MyCAREER mode where you play as both male and female characters for the first time in the series.

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Vasara Collection for me so glad it got a European release up Next Vs Gradius Just one Question is this the Snes Version of Gradius Re-packaged ? all in all another good week

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It’s the NES version. The VS. series was an arcade system with multiple NES games which could be selected from.

Exception looks really cool, but since I live in Sweden, I guess I wont be playing it this week. I dont get this, why all these region and country blocks?

Where on earth did Ancestors Legacy come from? Why did no one tell me another RTS was being released? Time to do some quick research, methinks.

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Nintendo’s VS.Gradius on PS4? WTAF? Knew it was sceduled for release, but figured that was a Switch exclusive. Odd.

blacksheepwall_ 13 August, 2019 @ 00:34
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Rocksmith DLC for this week is Gary Moore 3 pack with “The Loner” “Over The Hills And Far Away” & “Still Got The Blues”

jamesparet007 13 August, 2019 @ 01:33
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I know chances are super slim that I’ll get a real answer from the PSBlog team…. But why did you guys stop adding the DLC in the store release posts?

One blog post a week with so much content, that’s probably not feasible in time anymore.

Im comfused by the Tropico in this list. Is it this week release or “end of september” release?

Only the pre-order has been added to the shop.

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Intrested in Man of Medan hope its good game and it delivers, also it would be intresting to see wheather the game is set in Until Dawn universe since the developer is same if i am not wrong…

You take control of the shy schoolgirl Lilli who’s having a rough time under the strict tutelage of Mother Superior. When her best friend Edna disappears, Lilli embarks on a quest to get her friend back, filled with quirky characters, hilarious dialogue and challenging puzzles. https://www.mycfavisit.reviews/

Is Vasara cross-buy with Vita? If not where is the Vita version in the store? The PS4 version just says “PlayStation® TV/ Vita TV support”.

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Looks like it’s not out in Australia on Vita for some reason :( Hopefully they fix it soon.

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