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Leading the pack this week is NetherRealm’s Injustice: Gods Among Us. The team behind Mortal Kombat has created a DC Comics brawler that pits Batman against Superman in a battle over the soul of the very world. Also available this week is Dragon Fantasy: Book I, an 8-bit-styled RPG that is the second game in Sony’s monthlong celebration of indie games, “Spring Fever 2013.” The game is available for $9.99 as a PSN/Vita Cross-Buy title.
What else can you look forward to this week? How about the side-scrolling beat ’em up Sacred Citadel, Capcom Arcade Cabinet‘s “1984 Pack,” and Team Ninja’s Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge? All three are available on the PS Store now.
Sacred Citadel, a cartoony beat ’em up that will serve as a prequel to Sacred 3, is this week’s headlining new addition to the Xbox Live Arcade. It’s available to download for 1200 Microsoft Points ($15) and more details about the game can be found right here:
The once peaceful land of Ancaria is in grave danger. The evil Ashen empire has enslaved its population and is using the orc-like Grimmoc to wipe out the Seraphim, who swore to protect it. In order to defeat the empire you will have to prove yourself as a warrior by riding terrifying mounts, acquiring earth shattering skills and looting powerful weapons and valuable treasures. Grab your friends and join the resistance!
Also available this week is the final entry in the Capcom Arcade Cabinet, the “1984 Pack,” which contains 1942, SonSon, and Pirate Ship Higemaru. It can be purchased for 800 Microsoft Points ($10).