PS Store Update

PlayStationWell everyone it’s Tuesday again and we all know what that means, the Playstation Store has been updated. Only one free game today for Plus subscribers but remember the past couple of weeks we received Spec Ops The Line, The Cave, and Plants vs Zombies for free so if you have yet to download them do so before they are removed. There are some new game releases like Bioshock Infinite, Army of Two Devil’s Cartel, and Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14 all available for download on the PS Store. Here’s the full list of today’s releases, there is a TON here so bear with me please:

Full Game Releases:

Bioshock Infinite: $59.99

Army of Two Devil’s Cartel: $59.99

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14: $59.99

Tales of Graces F: $34.99

Playstation Move Fitness: $9.99( ugh motion gaming )

PSN: 

A-Men: $9.99

Terraria: $14.99

WRC 3 FIA World Rally Championship: $34.99

PS Vita:

Machinarium: $6.99

WRC 3 FIA World Rally Championship:$29.99

PS2 Classics:

Nobunaga’s Ambition: Iron Triangle: $9.99

Game Bundles:

Patapon: Patapon 1-3: $14.99( PSP & Vita )

Sega Fight Pack Bundle: Sonic the Fighters, Virtua Fighter 2, Fighting Vipers: $9.99

Sega Vintage Collection: Toejam & Earl & Toejam & Earl in Panic on Funkotron: $6.99

Tales of Graces f Knight Edition: $54.99

Playstation Plus: 

instant Game Collection

Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention (PS Vita)

Timed Trials

BioShock Infinite
Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel

Game Discounts

Just Cause 2, Plus Price: $8.99
Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days, Plus Price: $8.99
Kane & Lynch: Dead Men, Plus Price: $6.74
Lara Croft And The Guardian Of Light , Plus Price: $6.74
Escapevektor, Plus Price: $4.49
Darksiders II, Plus Price: $27.99
MX vs ATV: Alive, Plus Price: $10.49
Red Faction: Armageddon, Plus Price: $5.00
Red Faction: Guerrilla Digital, Plus Price: $5.00
Costume Quest, Plus Price: $3.75
Stacking – Plus Price: $3.75
De Blob: 2 – Plus Price: $3.75
Red Faction: Battlegrounds – Plus Price: $2.50
Darksiders II: Official Soundtrack – Plus Price: $2.50

Add-On Discounts

Deus Ex: Human Revolution: Explosive Mission Pack, Plus Price $1.34
Deus Ex: Human Revolution: Tactical Enhancement Pack, Plus Price $0.89
Deus Ex: Human Revolution: The Missing Link, Plus Price $6.74
Just Cause 2: Agency Hovercraft, Plus Price $0.44
Just Cause 2: Black Market Aerial Pack, Plus Price $0.89
Just Cause 2: Black Market ‘Boom’ Pack, Plus Price $0.89
Just Cause 2: Bull’s Eye Assault Rifle, Plus Price $0.44
Just Cause 2: Monster Truck, Plus Price $0.44
Just Cause 2: Rico’s Signature Gun, Plus Price $0.44
Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days: Alliance Weapon Pack, Plus Price $1.34
Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days: Multiplayer Masks Pack, Plus Price $0.89
Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days: The Doggie Bag, Plus Price $2.69
Lara Croft And The Guardian Of Light Challenge Pack 1, Plus Price $1.34
Lara Croft And The Guardian Of Light Challenge Pack 2, Plus Price $1.34
Lara Croft And The Guardian Of Light Challenge Pack 3, Plus Price $1.34
Sleeping Dogs: The Dragon Master Pack, Plus Price $3.59
Sleeping Dogs: Nightmare In Northpoint, Plus Price $3.14
Sleeping Dogs: Zodiac Tournament, Plus Price $2.24
Sleeping Dogs: Street Racer, Plus Price $1.79
Sleeping Dogs: The Swat Pack, Plus Price $1.79
Sleeping Dogs: Deep Undercover Pre-Order Pack, Plus Price $1.34
Sleeping Dogs: Gsp Pre-Order Pack, Plus Price $1.34
Sleeping Dogs: Martial Arts Pre-Order Pack, Plus Price $1.34
Sleeping Dogs: Police Protection Pre-Order Pack, Plus Price $1.34
Sleeping Dogs: The High Roller Pack, Plus Price $1.34
Sleeping Dogs: The Red Envelope Pack, Plus Price $1.34
Sleeping Dogs: Top Dog Gold Pack, Plus Price $1.34
Sleeping Dogs: Triad Enforcer Pack, Plus Price $1.34
Sleeping Dogs Gangland Style Pack, Plus Price $0.89
Sleeping Dogs: Movie Masters Pack, Plus Price $0.89
Sleeping Dogs: Retro Triad Pack, Plus Price $0.89
Sleeping Dogs: Top Dog Silver Pack, Plus Price $0.89
Sleeping Dogs: Drunken Boxer, Plus Price $0.89
Sleeping Dogs: Screen Legends Pack, Plus Price $0.89
Sleeping Dogs: Tactical Soldier Pack, Plus Price $0.89

Price Change

  • Warriors Orochi 3 – PS3 Game (now: $29.99 original price: $49.99)
  • Patapon – PSP Game (now: $5.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Patapon 2 – PSP Game (now: $5.99 original price: $7.99)
  • Patapon 3 – PSP Game (now: $14.99 original price: $19.99)

Sales

  • 5-in-1 Arcade Hits – PSP Game (now: $0.99 original price: $1.99)
  • Amy – PS3 Game (now: $1.99 original price: $2.99)
  • Blimp: The Flying Adventures – PS mini (now: $0.99 original price: $1.49)
  • Costume Quest – PS3 Game (now: $7.49 original price: $14.99)
  • Darksiders II – PS3 Game (now: $34.99 original price: $49.99)
  • DeBlob 2 – PS3 Game (now: $7.49 original price: $14.99)
  • Escape Vektor – PS Vita Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Foosball – PS Vita Game (now: $4.99 original price: $7.99)
  • Foosball – PS3 Game (now: $4.99 original price: $7.99)
  • Game of Thrones – PS3 Game (now: $24.99 original price: $49.99)
  • Jeopardy! – PS3 Game (now: $14.99 original price: $29.99)
  • Minisquadron – PS mini (now: $0.99 original price: $1.99)
  • MX vs. ATV: Alive – PS3 Game (now: $14.99 original price: $19.99)
  • Odin Sphere – PS2 Classic (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • One Epic Game – PS mini (now: $0.99 original price: $1.99)
  • Page Chronica – PS3 Game (now: $6.99 original price: $10.99)
  • Red Johnson’s Chronicles: Episode 1 – PS3 Game (now: $3.99 original price: $4.99)
  • Smash Cars – PS3 Game (now: $7.50 original price: $14.99)
  • Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed – PS Vita Game (now: $19.99 original price: $39.99)
  • Stacking – PS3 Game (now: $7.49 original price: $14.99)
  • Super Monkey Ball Banana Splitz – PS Vita Game (now: $14.99 original price: $29.99)
  • The Impossible Game – PS mini (now: $0.99 original price: $2.99)
  • Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour Edition – PS Vita (now: $14.99 original price: $39.99)
  • Wheel of Fortune – PS3 Game (now: $14.99 original price: $29.99)
DC Universe Online Sale
  • 150 Replay Badges (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • 350 Replay Badges (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • 5 Promethium Keys (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • 5 Proto Repair-Bots (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • 5 Vault Tickets (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • 7 Additional Inventory Slots (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • 9 Additional Bank Slots (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • Ancient Lair (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Arkham Asylum Joker (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Bunker Lair (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Cave Lair (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Cerebral Weapon Style Pack (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • Character Name Change Device (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Fiery Weapon Style Pack (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • The Hand Of Fate (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Voltaic Weapon Style Pack (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • Online Fight For The Light (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Online Lightning Strikes (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Online The Battle For Earth (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Online The Last Laugh (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Deed (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • Exobyte Data: General Zod (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Exobyte Data: Hal Jordan (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Exobyte Data: Lex Luthor (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Exobyte Data: Sinestro (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Exobyte Data: Steel (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Exobyte Data: Superman (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Form: Angry Gorilla (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • Form: Robot Pterosaur (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • Frozen Weapon Style Pack (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • Future Batman (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • Future Harley Quinn (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • Home Turf (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Industrial Lair (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Malevolent Wings (now: $0.99 original price: $1.99)
  • Mecha-Star Wings (now: $0.99 original price: $1.99)
  • One Additional Character Slot (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • Organic Weapon Style Pack (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • Portable Workstation (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Promethium Key (now: $1.24 original price: $2.49)
  • Proto Repair-Bot (now: $0.49 original price: $0.99)
  • R&D Scanner Two-Pack (now: $0.49 original price: $0.99)
  • Radar Enhancer Two-Pack (now: $0.49 original price: $0.99)
  • Respec Token: Body Type (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • Respec Token: Movement Mode (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Respec Token: Personality Type (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • Respec Token: Power Type (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Respec Token: Weapon Type (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • Runed Gargoyle Wings (now: $0.99 original price: $1.99)
  • Splendid Wings (now: $0.99 original price: $1.99)
  • Tectonic Weapon Style Pack (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • Toy Helicopter (now: $2.99 original price: $5.99)
  • Turbine Jets (now: $0.99 original price: $1.99)
  • Vanguard Of The Heavens (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • XP-Plus Booster Box Two-Pack (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
Deus Ex: Human Revolution Sale
  • Deus Ex: Human Revolution – PS3 Game (now: $9.99 original price: $19.99)
  • Tactical Enhancement Pack – PS3 Add-On (now: $0.99 original price: $1.99)
  • The Missing Link – PS3 Add-On (now: $7.49 original price: $14.99)
  • Explosive Mission Pack – Add-On (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
Just Cause 2 Sale
  • Just Cause 2 – PS3 Game (now: $9.99 original price: $19.99)
  • Agency Hovercraft – Add-On (now: $0.49 original price: $0.99)
  • Black Market Aerial Pack – Add-On (now: $0.99 original price: $1.99)
  • Black Market “Boom” Pack – Add-On (now: $0.99 original price: $1.99)
  • Bull’s-eye Assault Rifle – Add-On (now: $0.49 original price: $0.99)
  • Monster Truck – Add-On (now: $0.49 original price: $0.99)
  • Rico’s Signature Gun – Add-On (now: $0.49 original price: $0.99)
Kane & Lynch Sale
  • Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days – PS3 Game (now: $9.99 original price: $19.99)
  • Alliance Weapons Pack – Add-On (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • Multiplayer Masks Pack – Add-On (now: $0.99 original price: $1.99)
  • The Doggie Bag – Add-On (now: $2.99 original price: $5.99)
  • Kane & Lynch: Dead Men – PS3 Game (now: $7.49 original price: $14.99)
Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light Sale
  • Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light – PS3 Game (now: $7.49 original price: $14.99)
  • Challenge Pack 1 – Add-On (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • Challenge Pack 2– Add-On (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • Challenge Pack 3 – Add-On (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
PixelJunk Sale
  • PixelJunk 4am – PS3 Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • PixelJunk Eden – PS3 Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • PixelJunk Monsters – PS3 Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • PixelJunk Monsters Deluxe – PSP Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • PixelJunk Monsters Deluxe – PS Vita (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • PixelJunk Racers: 2nd Lap – PS3 Game (now: $3.49 original price: $6.99)
  • PixelJunk Shooter – PS3 Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • PixelJunk Shooter 2 – PS3 Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • PixelJunk SideScroller – PS3 Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
Red Faction Sale
  • Red Faction: Armageddon – PS3 Game (now: $9.99 original price: $19.99)
  • Red Faction: Battlegrounds – PS3 Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Red Faction: Guerilla – PS3 Game (now: $9.99 original price: $19.99)
Sleeping Dogs Sale
  • Sleeping Dogs – PS3 Game (now: $24.99 original price: $49.99)
  • Gangland Style Pack – Add-On (now: $0.99 original price: $1.99)
  • Nightmare in Northpoint – Add-On (now: $3.49 original price: $6.99)
  • Deep Undercover Pack – Add-On (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • GSP Pack – Add-On (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • Martial Arts Pack – Add-On (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • Movie Masters Pack – Add-On (now: $0.99 original price: $1.99)
  • Police Protection Pack – Add-On (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • Retro Triad Pack – Add-On (now: $0.99 original price: $1.99)
  • The High Roller Pack – Add-On (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • The Red Envelope Pack – Add-On (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • Top Dog Gold Pack – Add-On (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • Top Dog Silver Pack – Add-On (now: $0.99 original price: $1.99)
  • Drunken Boxer – Add-On (now: $0.99 original price: $1.99)
  • Screen Legends Pack – Add-On (now: $0.99 original price: $1.99)
  • Street Racer Pack – Add-On (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • Tactical Soldier Pack – Add-On (now: $0.99 original price: $1.99)
  • The Dragon Master Pack – Add-On (now: $3.99 original price: $7.99)
  • The SWAT Pack – Add-On (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • Triad Enforcer Pack – Add-On (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • Zodiac Tournament – Add-On (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
Worms Sale
  • Worms – PS3 Game (now: $4.55 original price: $12.99)
  • Worms: Armageddon Trial – PS3 Game (now: $5.99 original price: $14.99)
  • Armageddon Forts Pack – Add-On (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • Armageddon Battle Pack – Add-On (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • Armageddon Game of the Year Pack – Add-On (now: $6.99 original price: $13.99)
  • Armageddon Retro Pack – Add-On (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • Armageddon Puzzle Pack – Add-On (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • Armageddon Time Attack Pack – Add-On (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • Worms Crazy Golf – PS3 Game (now: $4.49 original price: $9.99)
  • Worms Revolution – PS3 Game (now: $10.49 original price: $14.99)
  • Revolution Funfair Pack – Add-On (now: $3.49 original price: $4.99)
  • Revolution Mars Pack – Add-On (now: $3.49 original price: $4.99)
  • Revolution Medieval Tales Pack – Add-On (now: $3.49 original price: $4.99)
  • Worms Ultimate Mayhem – PS3 Game (now: $7.49 original price: $14.99)
  • Mayhem Customization Pack – Add-On (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • Mayhem Multiplayer Pack – Add-On (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • Mayhem Single-player Pack – Add-On (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • Worms Battle Islands – PSP Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)

PS Vita Add-ons

Big Sky Infinity
  • Retro Mode ($0.99 – Cross-Buy with PS3) – The Big Sky Infinity Retro Mode plays like a traditional side-scrolling shooter. Split into 4 sub-modes, representing different gaming eras – go retro with only one stick and one shoot button! Experience Big Sky Infinity like never before!
LittleBigPlanet PS Vita
  • BioShock Infinite Costume Pack ($5.99) – A Daring Adventure Through The Skies Get your best sack-pals ready to fly through the Sky-Lines of the war-torn floating city of Columbia by dressing them up as the five stars from BioShock Infinite. You can dress your Sackboy or Sackgirl up as: • Elizabeth • Booker DeWitt • Songbird • Motorised Patriot • Handyman
  • BioShock Infinite Booker DeWitt Costume ($1.99) – A Daring Adventure Through The Skies Booker is a deadly man on a mission! Dress your Sackboy up as Booker DeWitt, the only man fearless enough to try and rescue Elizabeth from the sky-city of Columbia in BioShock Infinite.
  • BioShock Infinite Elizabeth Costume ($1.99) – A Daring Adventure Through The Skies She looks sweet and innocent, but Elizabeth is not to be messed with! Sackgirl will love to dress up as the young heroine from BioShock Infinite who has the power to manipulate dimensions.
  • BioShock Infinite Handyman Costume ($1.99) – A Daring Adventure Through The Skies You didn’t make him angry; he’s always angry! Get your Sackboy growling as he dresses up as the Handyman – a half-man, half-robot hunting down the good guys in BioShock Infinite.
  • BioShock Infinite Motorized Patriot Costume ($1.99) – A Daring Adventure Through The Skies Yes, Mr President, sir! Sackboy can climb into the suit of this brutal, heavy-hitting mechanical monster that was built to look like George Washington from BioShock Infinite.
  • BioShock Infinite Songbird Costume ($1.99) – A Daring Adventure Through The Skies Tremble before the most feared beastie in all the lands! Let your Sackboy or Sackgirl pull on the wings of the Songbird – the huge fearsome sentinel guarding Elizabeth in BioShock Infinite.
Pinball Arcade
  • Attack From Mars and Genie Pro Table Pack ($7.99 Cross-Buy with PS Vita) – This Pro Table Pack includes Attack From Mars and Genie along with access to the Pro Menu of Attack From Mars.
  • Attack From Mars and Genie Table ($4.99 Cross-Buy with PS Vita) – This add-on pack includes the pinball tables Attack From Mars and Genie. Every flipper, bumper, sound effect, and display pixel has been painstakingly emulated in astonishing detail.
  • Attack From Mars Pro Upgrade ($3.99 Cross-Buy with PS Vita) – This upgrade gives you access to the Pro Menu of Attack From Mars. The Pro Menu includes the Operators Menu, Ball Control and other cool features.
WRC 3 FIA World Rally Championship
  • Portugal, Argentina, Mexico (Free) – WRC 3, the official video game of the FIA World Rally Championship 2012, gets even more exciting with three new instantly available tracks. Carry on hurtling from one hairpin to the next: can you keep on breaking records on these new tracks?

PS3 Add-ons

Big Sky Infinity
  • Retro Mode ($0.99 – Cross-Buy with PS Vita) – The Big Sky Infinity Retro Mode plays like a traditional side-scrolling shooter. Split into 4 sub-modes, representing different gaming eras – go retro with only one stick and one shoot button! Experience Big Sky Infinity like never before!
BioShock Infinite
  • Season Pass ($19.99) – Indebted to the wrong people, Booker DeWitt must rescue Elizabeth, a mysterious girl imprisoned in the sky-city of Columbia. Forced to trust one another, they harness an expanding arsenal of weapons and abilities, as they fight on zeppelins in the clouds, along high-speed Sky-Lines, and down in the streets of Columbia – all to survive the threats of the sky-city and uncover its dark secret.
Darkstalkers Resurrection HD
  • Anakaris Arcade Cabinet ($0.99) – Customize the look of your arcade cabinet view mode with this skin based on the mysterious mummy, Anakaris.
  • B.B. Hood Arcade Cabinet ($0.99) – Customize the look of your arcade cabinet view mode with this skin based on the evil Darkhunter, B.B. Hood.
  • Bishamon Arcade Cabinet ($0.99) – Customize the look of your arcade cabinet view mode with this skin based on the cursed samurai, Bishamon.
  • Demitri Arcade Cabinet ($0.99) – Customize the look of your arcade cabinet view mode with this skin based on the bloodthirsty vampire, Demitri.
  • Donovan Arcade Cabinet ($0.99) – Customize the look of your arcade cabinet view mode with this skin based on the half-vampire hunter, Donovan.
  • Felicia Arcade Cabinet ($0.99) – Customize the look of your arcade cabinet view mode with this skin based on the dancing catgirl, Felicia.
  • Hsien-Ko Arcade Cabinet ($0.99) – Customize the look of your arcade cabinet view mode with this skin based on the jiang-shi, Hsien-Ko.
  • Huitzil Arcade Cabinet ($0.99) – Customize the look of your arcade cabinet view mode with this skin based on the cold, caluclating robot, Huitzul.
  • Jedah Arcade Cabinet ($0.99) – Customize the look of your arcade cabinet view mode with this skin based on the Lord of Death, Jedah Dohma.
  • Lilith Arcade Cabinet ($0.99) – Customize the look of your arcade cabinet view mode with this skin based on the younger succubus, Lilith.
  • Lord Raptor Arcade Cabinet ($0.99) – Customize the look of your arcade cabinet view mode with this skin based on the rock-and-roll ghoul, Lord Raptor.
  • Mansion Theme Room ($1.99) – Customize the room your arcade cabinet view mode is in with this theme that makes it look like a dignified mansion.
  • Morrigan Arcade Cabinet ($0.99) – Customize the look of your arcade cabinet view mode with this skin based on the sultry succubus, Morrigan.
  • Pool Hall Theme Room ($1.99) – Customize the room your arcade cabinet view mode is in with this theme that makes it look like a laid-back pool room.
  • Pyron Arcade Cabinet ($0.99) – Customize the look of your arcade cabinet view mode with this skin based on the fiery alien, Pyron.
  • Q-bee Arcade Cabinet ($0.99) – Customize the look of your arcade cabinet view mode with this skin based on the soul-eating insect, Q-Bee.
  • Rikou Arcade Cabinet ($0.99) – Customize the look of your arcade cabinet view mode with this skin based on the slippery merman, Rikuo.
  • Sasquatch Arcade Cabinet ($0.99) – Customize the look of your arcade cabinet view mode with this skin based on the mighty bigfoot, Sasquatch.
  • Talbain Arcade Cabinet ($0.99) – Customize the look of your arcade cabinet view mode with this skin based on the werewolf martial artist, Jon Talbain.
  • Victor Arcade Cabinet ($0.99) – Customize the look of your arcade cabinet view mode with this skin based on the corpse-built monster, Victor.
Dust 514
  • Armored Assault Pack ($9.99) – Devastate the battlefields of New Eden with the Armored Assault Pack! You get twenty copies each of two heavy assault vehicles, with full militia load-outs for both – no skills required! You also get a 7-day Active Booster to increase your Skill Point gain in combat, so you’ll learn more from every rail-gun blast and every shattered enemy position.
Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory
  • Loveless Eye ($0.99) – Possessing this item allows you to see the location of hidden treasures on the mini-map.
  • Sneaking Scope ($0.99) – Possessing this item allows you to see monsters’ fields of vision on the mini-map.
LittleBigPlanet 2
  • BioShock Infinite Costume Pack ($5.99) – A Daring Adventure Through The Skies Get your best sack-pals ready to fly through the Sky-Lines of the war-torn floating city of Columbia by dressing them up as the five stars from BioShock Infinite. You can dress your Sackboy or Sackgirl up as: • Elizabeth • Booker DeWitt • Songbird • Motorised Patriot • Handyman
  • BioShock Infinite Booker DeWitt Costume ($1.99) – A Daring Adventure Through The Skies Booker is a deadly man on a mission! Dress your Sackboy up as Booker DeWitt, the only man fearless enough to try and rescue Elizabeth from the sky-city of Columbia in BioShock Infinite.
  • BioShock Infinite Elizabeth Costume ($1.99) – A Daring Adventure Through The Skies She looks sweet and innocent, but Elizabeth is not to be messed with! Sackgirl will love to dress up as the young heroine from BioShock Infinite who has the power to manipulate dimensions.
  • BioShock Infinite Handyman Costume ($1.99) – A Daring Adventure Through The Skies You didn’t make him angry; he’s always angry! Get your Sackboy growling as he dresses up as the Handyman – a half-man, half-robot hunting down the good guys in BioShock Infinite.
  • BioShock Infinite Motorized Patriot Costume ($1.99) – A Daring Adventure Through The Skies Yes, Mr President, sir! Sackboy can climb into the suit of this brutal, heavy-hitting mechanical monster that was built to look like George Washington from BioShock Infinite.
  • BioShock Infinite Songbird Costume ($1.99) – A Daring Adventure Through The Skies Tremble before the most feared beastie in all the lands! Let your Sackboy or Sackgirl pull on the wings of the Songbird – the huge fearsome sentinel guarding Elizabeth in BioShock Infinite.
MUD FIM Motocross World Championship
  • Trickin’ Demons Pack ($2.99) – 5 new official crews – Fox, Scott, Thor and UFO – are waiting for you to unleash your inner freestyler!
NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM 3
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Pinball Arcade
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Rock Band 3
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  • Face to the Floor ($1.99) – Chevelle
  • King of Those Who Know ($1.99) – Cynic
  • More ($0.99) – Down June
  • Rise Above ($0.99) – Van Friscia
  • Send the Pain Below ($1.99) – Chevelle
  • The Final Battle ($0.99) – Freen in Green
  • The Red ($1.99) – Chevelle
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Sniper Ghost Warrior 2
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Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14
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  • The Predator ($5.99, Season Ticket, $4.79) – Grab your clubs and prepare for a true adventure! This Joseph N. Kennedy designed jungle course is set amongst the Mayan ruins in Belize.
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  • Wolf Creek ($4.99, Season Ticket, $3.99) – The jaw dropping views at Wolf Creek in Mesquite, Nevada form a masterpiece like nothing you have played before. Come visit Nevada’s Ultimate Golf Experience at http://www.golfwolfcreek.com.
Tomb Raider
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  • Scavenger Scout ($0.99) – The wily Scavenger Scout.
  • Shanty Town Multiplayer Map ($2.99) – This ramshackle area features steep climbs, multiple ziplines for quick escapes, and deadly traps to set for your enemies.
  • Hitman: Absolution Weapons Pack 1 ($1.99) – A 3-pack bundle of the weapons Agent 47 uses in Hitman: Absolution
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PS3 Avatars

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  • Terraria – Antilion $0.49
  • Terraria – Dark Mummy $0.49
  • Terraria – Fireimp $0.49
  • Terraria – Goblan Scout $0.49
  • Terraria – Mr. Terraria $0.49
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PS3 Themes

  • Dead Kittie: Butterfiles Dynamic Theme $2.99
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  • BioShock Infinite – Lamb Of Columbia Trailer
  • Bit.Trip Runner2 Trailer
  • Cars Play Set Trailer
  • Chris Harris Part 1
  • Developer Diary: Dropsuits And Fittings In Dust 514
  • Lost Planet 3 – Pirate Reveal Trailer
  • MLB 2K13 Official Trailer
  • Need For Speed Most Wanted Deluxe Dlc Bundle Trailer

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flame and Frost: The Gathering Storm Announced

With ArenaNet's latest update being in a Guild just got better

With ArenaNet’s latest update being in a Guild just got better!

So yesterday I did a 6 months later review of Guild Wars 2, in the review I brought out one area of the game that I have not touched and had zero interest in PvP. Now when I say PvP( player versus player )I do not mean WvWvW, which yes is not considered PvP but it is in my mind, I’m talking about the team battles on maps like Temple of the Silent Storm. Anyway ArenaNet announced the next stage in the four-part event Flame and Frost, part two is named the Gatheringg Storm and the PvP has piqued my interest. They will be introducing two team rated PvP, this mode pits teams of equal average rating against one another so this I like I can go into this mode and not fear getting demolished by more experienced PvP players, along with that the new map The Spirit Watch seems to have a type of capture the flag mechanic where you can gain extra points by “capturing the Orb of Ascension and running it to any of the three shrines on this newest PvP map”. It’s nice to see some diversity with their game modes and their systems, which leads me to the next thing game designer Tyler  Bearce announced that they are indeed working on the new matchmaking system( currently testing it ), no date was given on its arrival but I’m glad to know that it’s in motion. With just these changes to PvP I’m more interested in the game mode and will be checking it out now.

Along with the PvP information the new “Guild Missions” will be a part of this patch. This is something I have been looking forward to and wanting for quite some time. These missions will be about “coordinated group play, include everything from bounties to group puzzles to cross country challenges” this is exciting for my guild as we’re always looking to do something in game and this will only add to our activities and to top it all off by completing these Guild Missions your Guild is rewarded with “Merits” which can unlock rewards and upgrades.

These guys will be happy about the Guild Missions!

These guys will be happy about the Guild Missions!

Lastly we will now have a system in place that will allow us to pick our own dailies which will be nice for the players that seem to have issues with things like Daily Dodge( I don’t get it it’s extremely easy to complete )so hopefully that will lead to less QQ about dailies. All in all it looks to be a good update especially for the PvPers and Guilds! I’ll leave a link to the official announcement page for your viewing.

https://www.guildwars2.com/en/the-game/releases/february-2013/

Guild Wars 2: 6 Months Later

GW2Logo It’s no secret to anyone that knows me well that I’m a huge fan of ArenaNets MMORPG Guild Wars 2, the game has been out for about six months now and today I will be reviewing my thoughts on the game now.

August 28, 2012 Guild Wars 2 was released and in all honesty this game would have went right under my radar had it not been for one of my best friends, he had been convincing me to check the game out and when I finally did I was impressed. See before the 28th of August I was close to being done with most MMO’s( except for CCP’s DUST 514 ). I had played a few but my experiences were either bad or really great but justifying a subscription fee on top of my real life responsibilities was just not feasible. But this game that ArenaNet had developed had no sub fee and I already had a friend playing so I didn’t feel alone while going into the world of Tyria. So going into it the combat felt fresh, the graphics are great, and the community is awesome. So from the get go there was already more than enough to pull me into this fantasy world and keep me entertained, with all the content that was ready and available at release we’ve had Three events in Shadow of the Mad King( October ), The Lost Shores( November ), and Wintersday( December ), with a fourth one in motion now called Flame and Frost. Now it was in these events that we saw Anet shine and stumble, Mad King introduced some fun additions like the mini dungeon Vexa’s Lab, some fun PvP in form of the costume brawl, and some pretty cool armor skins( of course there was more content but that just names a few things ). But where the Mad King event won The Lost Shores event failed while it did introduce a new enemy type, new event items and even a new zone, it was littered with disconnects for many( not myself personally ), lag spikes, and the worst kind of ending for the disconnect after the ancient Karka battle where many people did not get their rewards at the end. But ArenaNet did make good on getting rewards out to those who we’re disconnected and they made the next event play out through a couple of weeks so that not everyone was in the same place( Lions Arch )at the same time stressing out the servers, but even where they made good Southsun Cove the new zone from the event is all but dead now, so there is still room for them to improve on not only how they implement new content but how it evolves after a big event like The Lost Shores. Lost Shores did add the new Fractals of the Mists dungeon which is a dungeon composed of smaller mini dungeons an addition to the game that I enjoy. But it also brought on Ascended gear which I have no issue with, it is NOT necessary gear to have so I don’t feel forced to go after it. That is one area that I truly appreciate about the game you don’t feel forced to go after the best of the best full set of gear( exotic )but if you wish to you certainly can!  The Wintersday event went of very smooth and the current event is doing the same, ANet seems to have taken a different approach of spreading these events out so as to not stress out the servers too much and also to give as many players as possible the chance to experience it. So the first several months had its missteps but all in all it seems to be headed in a positive direction. The current Flame and Frost event has introduced a new daily system with a new currency which we can purchase new rewards. It’s giving more incentive for people to visit the open world more often, which I have noticed gave a boost to the people I see in the worlds zones now on my server. But even with more people there is still one issue that I still am noticing which we’ll get into next.

Group Events, GW2 is rife with them having played since launch I still come across new events and there are still more that I have yet to even complete. But there are only really four that I know for a fact I can log in and get a group for, Kralkatorrik, Tequatl, Claw of Jormag, and Frozen Maw. Here lies a problem, there is an entire world map full of amazing and often challenging events and people are drawn to the same one over and over. My guild and I the other night tried to run an event chain in Orr, where we faced champion after champion while trying to keep an NPC alive. It was fun at first until we faced a Champion Abomination and I thought o crap we’re going to need a bigger group. There were five of us and we just couldn’t handle him, a few more came and still the same results, then at that moment I thought only one thing I wish we had at least ten man raids. There is content in this game that cannot be done solo yet you can complete your entire story alone( save for Arah ). See they created a world where you don’t have to group which is fine but I believe that does not promote a healthy community. For most events everyone shows up fights and disperses, there is very little to no player interaction in a MMO( Massively MULTIPLAYER Online )game. This is an area that baffles me, the max amount of players for a group is Five, I run a guild we’re small( 18 members )but I hate that we have to split groups when there are more than five of us present which happens alot. In WvWvW max group of five where there are at least ten or more working together for an objective, group events it’s the same issue. I feel like this discourages groups for the more challenging content in the game, I know devs have said that they don’t want the UI cluttered and that I understand but make UI customization so we can set it up as we please.If we had a raid type set up for events it may encourage more people to do even more events. Give better drops for players that are actually grouping up, why? Because it’s promoting community something an MMO thrives off of, the other day I asked for help on a group event and only one other player showed up to help, we got the job done but just one that’s a bit sad. They got the content right but the system to get it done is flawed, I enjoy this game but it would be even better if we had a better way to group this includes a better Lfg tool as well as lager groups for content such as WvW, Orr Temples, and other Group Events. ArenaNet prides itself on making a game with the End-Game actually In the game, it’s a system I love that at any time I can do group events that’s awesome. I feel like most MMO’s should learn a lesson from that instead of the oh wait you have to hit max level for that raid, that’s not something that I ever liked. I like ArenaNets way of handling this but what would make it even better if these group events were REALLY a challenge in every Zone, going back to Wayfarer Foothills to run Frozen Maw and there’s 20 people there you feel excited, then the boss is dead way too fast and you feel like you wasted your time. Up the difficulty on some of these events a bit it will encourage us to work together much more!

The Gem store is another area of the game that I feel like oh hey I’m not paying a sub fee so why not spend some cash to support the game! I have bought some things like Minis and an armor skin, but I can’t do anything with Minis at all even though there is a battle arena in LA for minis but the players can’t use it, so I no longer spend my money on them. Armor skins again something awesome but there is not a large selection of them, it’d be awesome to see them do something like Armor skins of the Six Human Gods or the Elder Dragons even if there was one new skin a month this would get people buying more from the gem store. I do see them headed in the right direction with the Quaggan backpack and riding broom these are great items and people are buying them, but add some more things weapon skins would be welcomed as well. If the gem store has to exist put things in it that will get us buying, poll the players ask us what we would like to see to get an idea of how to get us to support the amazing game we have. I think the gem store is a good idea it’s just the execution is wrong in some areas, why sell XP boosters when Guilds can just use their perks for that. Black Lion Chests and keys yeah those make sense and I have spent some cash on those which I don’t mind but the boosters need to go and our selection of cool armor skins and weapon skins could be improved on. Other than that the only other issue with the store is the price spikes in precursors and the fact that legendaries can be sold on the TP. This is a trend that needs to go and fast especially with the legendary Weapons, there are players that work hard to acquire their weapon and then there are those that buy them and sell just to turn an in-game profit. These should be Soulbound on acquire so that the TP can’t be used to abuse the system on how to gain a legendary weapon. As for precursors, it’d be nice if the scavenger hunt could be added some time this year, because the Mystic forge often yields poor results and honestly the RNG system is just far TOO MUCH of a crapshoot. A better way needs to be implemented adn I know that the scavenger hunt has been talked about and I hope that is the direction it goes, as long as the hunt is challenging and epic the heck yes go for it ANet. I have no doubt that it can be done and done well as this is a team that offers some of the best content in any MMO launch to date. This is a highly creative and skilled team I hope they continue on that route concerning improving in this area of the game.

Currently the Dev team is working on their Living story which adds to the Dynamic feel of the world. The end result will even change some of the world in a permanent way, which is really amazing because it not only entertains the players but it shows the teams devotion to try to make the world of Tyria alive as much as possible. Currently the event is kind of shrouded in mystery with weather in some areas going haywire, causing NPC’s to be displaced from their homes, some even losing their lives. It’s a very real and serious toned event and it’s exciting, hopefully they can continue this trend with further events continuing to build on the lore of the world of Tyria. There are still some areas that are not open on the map that the team is hopefully looking into for future developments and there are still some that are open that are yet to be fully explained such as the great collapse in Divinity’s Reach. There are unresolved issues in the game between certain groups like the bandits, centaur, Sons of Svanir, and Flame legion( even though I have a feeling the last two are up to something in Flame and frost ). There is this whole rich world full of lore and adventure and at times I feel like I’ve only scratched the surface as I uncover new things all the time. There is the exciting mode of WvWvW which will see an update in March, that’s something that really has me excited as Wv3 is probably one of my favorite things in the game. In my opinion it deserves just as much attention as they give to their sPvP( which I don’t care for in the slightest ), it’s large scale battles, capture and defend, and spur of the moment battles really test out how skilled you are and also adds to the camaraderie of the server. There are the Jumping Puzzles which are starting to grow on me, the personal story, dungeons, getting your first set of exotic gear and just so much more in this game. ArenaNet still has some improvements to make, but six months later Guild Wars 2 is still my main game and I hope it has many more years of life in it.

 

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GW2 Announces Ascended Gear Gamers Rage Over It

     By now anyone who is following GW2 knows that this week introduces a new content update that includes a new multi-leveled dungeon that becomes more difficult the deeper you go, a new enemy type the Karka, a new Lvl 80 PvE area, a new PvP arena, and finally a new gear tier. As soon as GW2 players found out about a new gear tier that’s when the rage started, before having any information the assumptions of ArenaNet introducing a gear treadmill were running rampant. But you know what they say when you assume…anyway yesterday Linsey Murdock posted a blog on the official GW2 website, I’m going to link it so it can be read and comprehended then I’ll discuss it.

https://www.guildwars2.com/en/news/linsey-murdock-unveils-new-high-end-ascended-gear/

      Ok did you get all of that? Good. Here is what I got from it after reading it twice there is no more of a grind for ascended gear as there is for any other type( except Legendary those may still be a bit tougher )currently available. You will need the infused items to complete the new dungeon in the Fractals of the Mists Dungeon, infused upgrades are of Fine rarity( Fine Items are easy to come by )and can be made in the Mystic Forge from new recipes. Ascended Rings can be found in the Fractals of the Mists Dungeon, Ascended Back Items again can be forged from new recipes in the Mystic Forge. For now infused slots can only be found in ascended gear, so that for now means there is a possibility for change in the future. It’s also of note that Legendaries are still the top tier weapon so no your Legendary weapon you just achieved will not be void now. If you don’t run dungeons but want the gear ask a fellow Guild mate that runs them to get one for you, or  ask another friend. I currently have several friends in GW2 that are open to trading items it won’t change for the new gear. On top of that some of this gear can be forged I’ve forged several Exotic armors, since Ascended items can be forged as well I don’t see what the big deal is to some. Remember this is all end game level cap gear and Items for tougher enemies and it was made in mind for the gamers that have capped and have their legendary weapon if you don’t have a legendary and aren’t at 80 don’t worry about it. If you are at 80 and have a legendary and don’t want to bother with getting ascended gear yourself but want it trade for it. Before you freak out read and comprehend what ANet is doing please.

GUILD WARS 2: The Lost Shores Coming this month

So if you follow Guild Wars 2 you may have heard that another event was planned to follow last months Mad King Content. Well today it was officially announced that the ‘Lost Shores’ content would hit the land of Tyria this month!!! Details are light at the moment except for the description of this event on the official GW2 website which says

‘Something stirs in the Sea of Sorrows…

Unravel a mystery of monstrous proportions in The Lost Shores, a massive one-time world event that will change Tyria forever!’

 Holy crap the Sea of Sorrows, maybe we’ll get to interact with the Tengu, maybe it could be the start of conflict with the deep sea dragon, or it may very well be the start of an expansion for Cantha! At this point who really knows but it is fun to speculate on what ANet has in store for everyone. It’s also of note that December will have an event as well! $60.00 for a free to play MMORPG that already had enough content at launch, one event full of content under its belt. and two more on the way this is a game that pays for itself!!! Keep in mind all of this BEFORE an expansion pack!!!! Leaving Tyria for me is not an option! Check out the link below to the official site.

https://www.guildwars2.com/en/the-game/releases/november-2012/

Pink Day In LA

As many of you know it is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, there will be activities in Guild Wars 2 supporting this here is a link to their website that has a list of servers that are participating http://pinkday.gamergivingback.com/. Our Guild Zhaitans Tears will be supporting for more info on that visit our guild page which can be found on the menu of the front page of TGA. Thanks all!!

We’re ready!!