NA PlayStation Store Update – 26th May 2015

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Another week, another sale! This week Sony has decided to focus on Playstation Plus subscribers and give them a sale. There are other sales going on at the moment, but sadly, none of them affect our dearly beloved handheld.

Below you can find this week’s new games and offers. Will you be picking anything up this week? Can we maybe tempt you in with some eight-legged fun with Octodad? Or will the iOS-ported Badland charm you due to the physicality of its controls?

Playstation Plus Sale

  • Atelier Ayesha Plus: The Alchemist of Dusk – PS+ Sale Price $27.99, Original Price $39.99
  • Helldivers: Turning up the Heat Edition – PS+ Sale Price $17.99, Original Price $19.99
  • Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart– PS+ Sale Price $27.99, Original Price $39.99
  • Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines – PS+ Sale Price $14.99, Original Price $19.99

New Games

  • Badland Game of the Year $11.99 for PS+ Members, $14.99 otherwise.
  • Invizimals: The Resistance $14.99
  • Octodad: Dadliest Catch $14.99

Anything for you this week? Let us know in the comments below. And remember to keep visiting Vita Player for all your Vita needs (and more importantly, wants).

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2 Comments

  1. Are you only just geting Invizimals over there? That surprises me as we’ve had the first two Vita games for some time now both as digital and physical releases. I’ve only got the first and found it a bit too child oriented and patronising at times (not to mention the atrocious acting in the live action sequences) and I’ve barely played it more than a couple of times.

    • Sadly, it appears so. There are some licensing decisions that I fail to comprehend sometimes. Maybe a topic for another post would be the unification of game licensing across the world? Or at least across regions?

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