PS Store Today: Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin, Bastion, Tower of Guns, more


A handful of new releases were added to the PlayStation Store today including this week’s Spring Fever selection, Bastion. Originally released for the Xbox 360 and PC in 2011, Bastion is the first game from Supergiant Games, the creators of last year’s well-liked Transistor. If you like your isometric action RPGs with a side on in-game narration, Bastion is one to look out for. Other new releases this week include…

  • Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin (PS4, PS3) – A re-release of Dark Souls II that includes all three DLC expansions, new story bits, and enhanced graphics.
  • Stealth Inc. 2: A Game of Clones (PS4/PS3/Vita Cross-Buy) – A puzzle platformer sequel from Curve Studios.
  • Tower of Guns (PS4/PS3 Cross-Buy) – A “bullet hell” first person shooter.

More information on all of these titles (and a few others) can be found after the break. And a complete rundown of this week’s new add-ons and discounts can be found at the PlayStation Blog.

PS4 / PS3 / PS Vita Cross-Buy Games

Stealth Inc. 2: A Game of Clones ($14.99)
Stealth Inc. 2 is a puzzle platformer where you play the role of a clone escaping a sinister and high-tech testing facility. Stealth Inc. 2 tests both your brain and your reflexes across 60 varied levels linked together in a sprawling overworld. Death is never more than a few moments away, but one of the few advantages of being a clone is that death isn’t all that permanent.

Krinkle Krusher ($9.99)
Krinkle Krusher is an action castle defense where you cast elemental spells to defend your kingdom from twisted and hungry creatures called Krinkles.
After several generations of peace, they happen to come back exactly when the Ancient Tree bears its first fruits in centuries, and of course a cake was made from it.

PS4 / PS3 Cross-Buy Games

Tower of Guns ($14.99)
Tower of Guns is a fast-paced, bullet-hell, first person shooter with randomized levels and enemies, power-ups, epic bosses, and tons of unlockable items and weapons. You never know what to expect next! It is a pure FPS experience for players who just want to shoot stuff, battle gigantic bosses, collect loot, and upgrade their abilities.

Aaru’s Awakening ($14.99)
When Aaru’s Awakening started out as a school project at the University of Reykjavík, the team wanted to create an original platformer. They thought the genre is congested, so new ideas were essential. Inspired by the teleportation gun in Unreal Tournament, the team came up with the idea of a teleportation themed platformer.

PS4 Games

Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin ($59.99)
The definitive edition of Dark Souls II, including all the Dark Souls II content released to-date in one package. Upgraded visuals leap from 30 frames per second to a targeted 60 frames per second with 1080p gameplay, adding a whole new level of smoothness.

Bastion ($14.99)
Bastion is an action role-playing experience that redefines storytelling in games, with a reactive narrator who marks your every move. Explore, upgrade weapons, and fight your way to victory.

PS3 Games

Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin ($39.99)
The definitive edition of Dark Souls II, including all the Dark Souls II content released to-date in one package.

PS Vita Games

Element4l ($9.99)
Element4l is an immersive and experimental platform game, with a strong focus on flow and smooth gameplay, wrapped in an exceptional soundtrack by Mind Tree. In Element4l, you control four elements that are bound together on a journey to shape life. Your only hindrances are nature and the sun. It takes a different, innovative approach to classic platform games and challenges you to rearrange your reflexes.

MonsterBag ($9.99)
Forgetful Nia leaves behind her monster backpack, V, on her way to the bus stop. In a world afraid of monsters, help V catch up to Nia while avoiding being seen by the humans. Oh, yeah! Watch out for the apocalypse.

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