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Yesterday’s PlayStation Store update marked the final week of Sony’s PSN Play promotion. As promised, the publisher added Counter-Strike: Global Offensive to their download service. But they also added a few other games as well. Exactly how many did they add? How does 17 sound? Oh, and a closed beta too.
Ready? Here goes…
Two PS3 Full Games (Michael Jackson: The Experience and Transformers: Fall of Cybertron)… Nine PSN Games (Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Way of the Samurai 4, Metal Gear Solid 2 HD, Metal Gear Solid 3 HD, Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure HD, Deep Black, Retro/Grade, Crazy Strike Bowling, and Legasista)… Two PS Vita Games (Metal Gear Solid 2 HD and Metal Gear Solid 3 HD)… One PS2 Classic (GunGrave Overdose)… and Three PS Minis (Top Trumps NBA All Stars, Chopper I, and The Next Space).
And that’s not counting the launch of the Dust 514 closed beta, which began yesterday for PlayStation Plus members.
XSEED Games has announced that Way of the Samurai 4 will be available on the PlayStation Store in all of its nut-punching glory on August 21. The download-only title will be priced at $39.99 and, according to XSEED, will include branching storylines and multiple endings.
It will also include the weirdness that the Way of the Samurai series is known for, as the game’s tagline makes clear: “Be the hero Amihama deserves… or just run around like a maniac.”
Yeah, our unnamed hero obviously ain’t Batman. Though he does carry a bunch of wonderful toys…