Resident Evil 0, Dark Cloud 2, Oddworld: New N Tasty Vita added to PS Store

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Rampaging zombies made their shuffling return to the PS3 and PS4 this week thanks to the launch of Resident Evil 0, the chronologically first game in the Resident Evil series, on the PlayStation Store. Originally released for the GameCube back in 2002, this new version of the game includes enhanced graphics and a brand new control scheme. Sony was pretty busy yesterday afternoon, and added a rather large number of other games to the PlayStation Store as well:

  • Dark Cloud 2 was one of the most popular action RPGs on the PS2, and now its available to download on the PS4 with 1080p graphics and full Trophy support.
  • Oddworld: New N Tasty makes its Vita debut, allowing players to take the Abe’s Oddysee remake on the go.
  • The Deadly Tower of Monsters is an overhead shooter from ACE Team with a 70s sci-fi theme.
  • Atelier Escha & Logy Plus: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky is the latest Vita re-release for the popular RPG franchise.

And that’s just scratching the surface because a total of 17 games were added to the PlayStation Store yesterday on the PS4, PS3 and Vita. A complete rundown of this week’s new releases can be found after the break and you can visit the PlayStation Blog for a list of this week’s new game add-ons and discounts.

PS4 + PS Vita Cross-Buy Games

Baseball Riot ($4.99)
Baseball Riot is a fun, physics-based puzzle game packed with slapstick comedy and mayhem. Take control of retired star batter Gabe Carpaccio as he goes on a crusade to free his former team from the grasp of Explodz Inc.

PS4 Games

Resident Evil 0 ($19.99)
Resident Evil 0 reveals the truth behind the Mansion Incident, the catalyst for the entire storyline of the Resident Evil series. This remastered version takes the story and gameplay of the original and adds stunning HD graphics, 5.1 channel surround sound, and modern controls.

Dark Cloud 2 ($14.99)
Build your world. Invent your weapons. Create your adventure! Discover a secret binding the past, present, and future. A secret where an innocent inventor, a temporal warrior, and an ageless evil hold the key.

The Deadly Tower of Monsters ($14.99)
Green screen! Lasers! And a tower full of deadly monsters! When Dick Starspeed crash lands his rocket on the planet of Gravoria, he’ll have to fight through dinosaurs, nukular ants, and other skilled, costumed stuntmen to make it up the deadly tower of monsters.

Klaus ($19.99)
Klaus is a precision-based puzzle platformer with a self-aware narrative and unique PS4 touchpad-based controls. Klaus’ tight and challenging platforming takes inspiration from hyper-precise classics such as Super Meat Boy and Mega Man, combined with a tense and emotionally engaging narrative akin to Limbo and Thomas Was Alone.

5 Star Wrestling: ReGenesis ($19.99)
5 Star Wrestling: ReGenesis is a game built on true Ring Psychology with Heel and Face mechanics, a revolutionary Limb Damage System, and Rivalries that impact gameplay. Featuring a 40-hour campaign with 128 challenges, over 400 objectives, and more moves-per-wrestler than any other game.

A Boy and His Blob ($9.99)
A Boy and His Blob makes its triumphant return! As the boy, you feed Blob jelly beans and watch him transform into cool and useful objects to solve puzzles and escape danger.

Attractio ($19.99)
Change gravity and solve deadly puzzles in this addictive, first-person, puzzle-platform video game!

Croixleur Sigma ($14.99)
Wielding magic blades, four girls fight back successive waves of monsters in this exhilarating hack-and-slash action game. There are various battle styles and you can mix and match four weapons to form your own play style.

Inside My Radio ($14.99)
Can you beat the beat? Journey as a green LED mysteriously trapped inside a dying boombox and play the ultimate musical experience. In this rhythmic platform adventure where your every action needs to be right on the beat, bring electro, dub, and disco music back to life!

Stardust Vanguards ($9.99)
Shoot and slice your rivals as you summon your own personal NPC army for backup. The game’s random event system makes each battle unique as computer-controlled space pirates try to win the battle for themselves. Stardust Vanguards brings arcade action, a dash of strategy, and tons of bullets to competitive couch-multiplayer fans.

Tachyon Project ($9.99)
Tachyon Project is an action packed dual-stick shooter driven by a story. Through the story mode you’ll progressively unlock all the weapons, secondary weapons, and perks available to configure your ship. You’ll need them to face the increasingly hard enemies you’ll find with more than 30 different types.

PS3 Games

Resident Evil 0 ($19.99)
Resident Evil 0 reveals the truth behind the Mansion Incident, the catalyst for the entire storyline of the Resident Evil series. This remastered version takes the story and gameplay of the original and adds stunning HD graphics, 5.1 channel surround sound, and modern controls.

PS Vita Games

Oddworld: New N Tasty ($19.99)
Explore ancient ruins, dodge carnivorous beasts, and avoid trigger-happy hunting parties as Abe, the original Oddworld hero in this lovingly re-crafted take on PlayStation classic Abe’s Oddysee.

A Boy and His Blob ($9.99)
A Boy and His Blob makes its triumphant return! As the boy, you feed Blob jelly beans and watch him transform into cool and useful objects to solve puzzles and escape danger.

Atelier Escha & Logy Plus: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky ($39.99)
An improved Escha & Logy comes to PS Vita! This second release in the Dusk series features two main characters, a new mixing system, and a six-character battle system.

Red Game Without A Great Name ($4.99)
Red Game Without A Great Name is a 2D puzzle arcade game where you control a mechanical bird carrying a secret message. You goal is to deliver a letter to the recipient’s cage — actually to 60 of them. It won’t be an easy task — you will have to face different traps along the way, including barbed wire, windmill blades, spikes, and many others.

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