Broforce, Mortal Kombat XL, Heavy Rain on PS4, more added to PlayStation Store

It’s time to bro wild with this week’s PlayStation Store update as the uber-American side-scrolling shooter Broforce is now available to download for the PS4. Developed by Free Lives, a South African-based team, Broforce is also available this month as a free download for PlayStation Plus subscribers. That’s a good deal, bro!

Also new to the PlayStation Store this week, and just as violent as Broforce, is NetherRealm’s Mortal Kombat XL. A super-sized re-release of a fighting game that everyone loved on the PS4 last year, the XL version adds nine new characters, a ton of costume changes, and the return of “The Pit.”

Finally, Quantic Dream’s interlocking serial killer story, Heavy Rain, will make the jump from the PS3 to the PS4 this week. The remake will include improved visuals and more realistic lighting. And NIS America will put out their own upgraded re-release with The Witch and the Hundred Knight: Revival Edition, a PS4 remake of an action RPG originally released for the PS3.

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

PS4 Games

Broforce ($14.99)
When evil threatens the world, the world calls on Broforce — an under-funded, over-powered paramilitary organization dealing exclusively in excessive force. Battle alone or online with four-player co-op and bring down anything that stands in the way of freedom!

Mortal Kombat XL ($59.99)
One of the best-selling titles of 2015 has gone XL! Komplete The Mortal Kombat X Experience with new and existing content. Includes the main game, and new playable characters Alien, Leatherface, Triborg, and Bo’Rai Cho. Previously released playable characters include Predator, Jason Voorhees, Tremor, Tanya, and Goro. Also includes the new skins pack Apocalypse Pack and all previously released skins packs.

Heavy Rain ($29.99)
Heavy Rain is an ambitious project that tells a complex story through contextual actions and realistic visuals. Embracing the idea of “interactive storytelling,” the game is built around an emotive and compelling proposition: “How far would you go to save someone you love?”

The Witch and the Hundred Knight: Revival Edition ($39.99)
You are the strongest creature known: the Hundred Knight. Spread the swamp with your master, Metallia, dominating, devouring, and destroying anyone or anything in your path. Then, test your might by ascending the Tower of Illusion!

Screencheat ($14.99)
Screencheat is a splitscreen, first-person shooter that centers around the conceit of screen cheating/peeping/looking (looking at the screens of other players to locate their position). In Screencheat all players are invisible, turning this controversial tactic into the core mechanic of the game.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth ($59.99)
Celebrating its 15th Anniversary, the Digimon franchise makes its faithful return to PlayStation in true RPG form in Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth. Scan, raise, and train your faithful Digimon companions to battle by your side in classic, turn-based battles.

Alekhine’s Gun ($49.99)
You are Agent Alekhine, a highly skilled Russian assassin working alongside American CIA agents during the Cold War. As the tension of a nuclear standoff grows with each passing minute, the fate of America — and quite possibly the world — lies within your hands.

Ironcast ($14.99)
Ironcast is a game of steampunk mech combat, set in a fictional version of the Victorian Era. Players take control of a seven-meter tall walking vehicle called an Ironcast. You must face off against an invading force of enemy Ironcast in order to defend 1880s Victorian England.

Gunscape ($19.99)
Gunscape provides easy-to-use tools based on a block-placement interface everybody’s already familiar with to create all types of maps. Don’t like building stuff? Then just blast your way through hordes of monsters or duel with other players!

McDroid ($7.99)
McDroid is a combination of tower defense and action. You’ll have to build your base and defenses, harvest resources, and discover numerous sci-fi weapons as swarms of alien enemies come at you. Stay on your toes all the time!

Square Heroes ($4.99)
There’s nothing more satisfying than mowing down your buddy, hearing them curse, and then doing it again just to rub it in. Square Heroes has been driven by a desire to recapture that feeling and share it with others. It’s a great party game: easy to pick up, but hard to master — and most fun when played with friends.

PS Vita Games

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth ($39.99)
Celebrating its 15th Anniversary, the Digimon franchise makes its faithful return to PlayStation in true RPG form in Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth. Scan, raise, and train your faithful Digimon companions to battle by your side in classic, turn-based battles.

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, and four weapons to form your own play style.

Royal Defense: Invisible Threat
The castle needs a hero as hordes of trolls are surrounding it! Build towers, save money, learn spells, and keep the enemy away. Follow the exciting story of the dwarven kingdom’s eternal struggle against the troll hordes, who want only to crush the dwarves and claim their territory.

Pirate Solitaire
Outwit the old sea dog and seize the pirates’ gold! Play solitaire right on the deck of the reavers’ ship. Levels of varying difficulty promise several hours of exciting gameplay, and unique golden cards make the game even more interesting.

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