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All Articles: PlayStation Move: Ape Escape
Sony has updated the PlayStation Store with a new Move-enabled game, two PSone imports straight from Japan and a quartet of free games for PlayStation Plus subscribers. Oh, and the Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception multiplayer beta is now available for all.
Move owners will get the chance to download PlayStation Move Ape Escape, a new take on the series that very closely resembles a light gun shooter. Import fans have two new games to choose from this week: Rapid Angel, a beat ’em up/platformer; and Yakiniku Bugyou, a cooking sim.
If you’re a PlayStation Plus subscriber, you’ll receive several free games this week including:
- Alien Zombie Death (PSP Mini, $3.99 value)
- Bomberman Ultra ($9.99 value)
- Me Monstar: Hear Me Roar (Exclusive to Plus)
- Medievil (PSone Classic, $5.99 value)
Sony has announced they’ll be bringing the crazy antics of the Ape Escape crew to the PS3 for the first time this Summer in PlayStation Move: Ape Escape.
PlayStation Move: Ape Escape will be available exclusively on the PlayStation Network and it’ll transform your Move controller into a variety of gadgets to trap those invading monkeys. These gadgets will be controlled like a first person rail shooter across 15 new levels.
There’ll also be a “MonkeyPedia” to keep track of the captured simians and a series of minigames with names like Tag Rally, Slingsnipe! and Sprayzer Defense Force.
You can check out the first screenshots at the PlayStation.Blog.