PS Store Update Goes Live

This week’s new PS Store goodies are available for purchase and/or free download. PS3 owners can pre-order BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma, which we should have a review up on this week. It’s a 11 GB download, so be sure to have plenty of space available before buying it digitally. PS4 owners can get FEZ as a $13 cross-buy on the Vita and PS3, while Call of Dusty Ghosts: Gold Edition is available for $60. That nets you the game and the Onslught DLC pack. Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends Complete Edition has a lot of words, and content. This gives you three new battles, some new elements, and a brand-new challenge mode to enjoy.¬† Deception IV hits the PS3, as do Cabela’s Big Game Hunter: Pro Hunts, and the controversial The Witch and the Hundred Knights. Lower-priced new games include Trinity and Warriors: Legend of Troy. Vita owners get a new free-to-play game in Destiny of Spirits, their own version of Dynasty Warriorx 8, Deception IV, FEZ, as well as Hulu and Redbox Instant apps. PS3 owners can download TNN Motorsports Hardcore TR as a PSOne classic for $6, but it wasn’t worth that in its day, let alone now. The Instant Game Collection has expanded¬† with Monster Hunter: Freedom Unite, while massive sales have hit Bioshock across the board.

The whole series is going to be on sale later this week for 360 owners, PC owners can get all of the games for $12, and PS3 owners can snatch up the first two games for $5, or get Bioshock Infinite’s DLC for a song. Gold of War: Ascension has a ton of its DLC slashed to nothing, so if you’ve got that game, be sure to take advantage of that. There are literally dozens of listing for the DLC, it’s insane. Hitman is on sale for $7 per trilogy entry, $16 for the trilogy as a whole, or $8 for Absolution’s special edition. Just Cause 2 is also $8, while its ultimate edition is $12. Thief on the PS3 and PS4, as well as Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition get the same sale prices as they do on the Xbox consoles later this week – taking them all down to $30. Some permanent price drops have hit the storefront, with Tiny Brains getting knocked down to $10, Infamous costing $20 or the whole collection being $30, and Rayman Legends being taken down to $27.