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All Articles: Ride to Hell: Retribution
Two very different agents of chaos highlight today’s PlayStation Store update.
Deadpool, Marvel’s fourth wall-breaking assassin-for-hire, has been given the big budget PS3 game treatment by High Moon and Activision. Meanwhile, the pixelated 2D mayhem of Hotline Miami comes to the PS3 and Vita as a Cross-Buy title. A wide variety of other titles are available this week including:
- Magic 2014: Duels of the Planeswalkers (PS3), the latest adaptation of the collectible card game.
- Ride to Hell Retribution (PS3), an action game starring some angry bikers.
- Spartacus Legends (PS3), a free-to-play fighter based on the popular Starz show.
- Muramasa Rebirth (Vita), an action RPG originally released for the Wii that’s been rebuilt for Sony’s handheld.
Deep Silver has unleashed another trailer for Ride to Hell: Retribution as well as confirmed the game’s official release date.
Ride to Hell: Retribution follows the story of Jake Conway, all around badass, often found with either “a gun in his hand or a girl on his lap (and on more than one occasion both!).” Jake is hell bent on exacting vengeance on the biker gang known as The Devil’s Hand. Strap in and watch this action packed trailer, and see why there are “no rules” in Ride to Hell: Retribution.
Developed by Eutechnyx, Ride to Hell: Retribution is due out on the PlayStation 3, PC and Xbox 360 on June 25 in the U.S. and in Europe on June 28.