Thomas Was Alone, Dead Island: Riptide, Star Trek, more added to PS Store

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Another big day for the PlayStation Store as indie platformer Thomas Was Alone, zombie melee-er Dead Island: Riptide, and movie tie-in Star Trek are now available to purchase with your download dollars. Like the rest of the games in Sony’s Spring Fever promotion, Thomas Was Alone is a Cross-Buy title, meaning you’ll be able to pick up the PSN and Vita versions in the same download.

Also available this week is Ubisoft’s World War II dogfighter, Blazing Angels 2: Secret Missions of WWII; the latest game in the Soul Calibur series, Soul Calibur V; Capcom’s standalone Dragon’s Dogma expansion, Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen; and the retro shooter God Mode.

Finally this week, Sony has added a pair of Vita games, the ninja-riffic Draw Slasher and the ridiculously titled Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R… I mean, seriously now… there are four extra modifiers in that title. Even Capcom won’t go that far.

Hit the jump for more details on all of these games and a few others (including a new PSP game!). And be sure to visit the PlayStation Blog for a complete list of this week’s new game add-ons.

PS3 Full Games

Blazing Angels 2: Secret Missions of WWII ($19.99)
You are the leader of Operation Wildcard, an undercover and elite squad of pilots secretly created by the American government. Your mission is to sabotage and destroy the Third Reich’s evil plans to create a weapon of mass destruction. During this mission you and your team discover that the bad guys also have an elite team of their own.

Dead Island: Riptide ($49.99)
They thought they had escaped Banoi, but can’t wake up from this nightmare. Thrown back into the midst of the Zombie outbreak, the fight for survival continues!

Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen ($39.99)
An epitaph speaks of another’s demise… A mysterious island known as Bitterblack Isle appears off the coast of Gransys. Its depths have claimed the lives of many Arisen their voices still haunt the labyrinth that lies deep beneath its surface– a labyrinth ripe with secrets waiting to be discovered.

Soul Calibur V ($19.99)
The latest entry in the premier weapons-based head-to-head fighting series continues with the epic struggle of warriors in search for the legendary Soul Swords. Soul Calibur V brings the best in battles, movement, and visual effects so players can pull off cool, dynamic attacks with ease and battle with complete freedom.

Star Trek ($54.99)
Play as two of the greatest heroes ever — Kirk and Spock – in the award-winning STAR TREK, an original co-op experience worthy of gamers and fans.

PSN Games

God Mode ($9.99)
Do you like running? How about gunning? What if special abilities are thrown into the mix? Upgradable weapons? Let’s say there’re dozens of on-screen enemies to unleash this firepower on, and as your reward for dispatching them you get experience and gold to collect that can be used for character customization and new equipment–all the while playing alongside friends in 4-player cooperative play!

PS2 Classics

Fire Pro Wrestling Returns ($9.99)
The perfect grappler is yours to create! Take your custom-made wrestler and slam them competition to become king of the wrestling circuit.

PS3/Vita Cross-Buy Games

Thomas Was Alone ($9.99)
Thomas Was Alone is the critically acclaimed indie platformer about friendship and jumping. Guide a group of sentient rectangles through a series of environments, combining their skills to reach the end of each level.

PS Vita

Draw Slasher ($5.99)
Meet Hanzo. He’s a ninja. While he was training ‘out there’ the Pirate Monkey Zombies – stupid, ugly, smelly, rotten and disgusting creatures – kidnapped his family. Take control of his awesome blade and aid him in the quest to free them.

Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R ($14.99)
An all new Guilty Gear from the chart-topping 2D fighting game series is finally available on PlayStation Vita system!

PSP Games

Black Rock Shooter ($19.99)
Aliens have landed. Earth is overrun. Can you revive your past to reveal the future?

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