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This Week On… US PSN Store (July 19th 2011)

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LIMBO tasks players with navigating dark forests, trap-filled buildings, and stormy cities brought to life with stunning hand-drawn visuals. They must be quick, clever, and fearless if they want to survive their journey and unravel the mysteries at LIMBO’s sinister heart.

Demo: Yes
Price: $14.99
Size: 94 MB
Rating: Teen

Dead Block

Set in the U.S. during the idyllic 1950s, Dead Block takes players to a simpler time when a gallon of gas
cost a few pennies, the “golden age” of cinema was in full swing, and that new (and apparently insanely
evil) craze called rock ‘n roll swept the nation—and caused an apocalyptic musical plague to turn the
deceased into the walking dead! The three survivors of the shuffling zombie onslaught – Mike, Jack and Foxy – hide in shelters around town and fortify their area by boarding up windows and setting a variety of unique, entertaining traps like the Cardboard Trap that makes zombies attack each other or the Freeze Trap that causes them to break into pieces.

Demo: Yes
Price: $9.99
Size: 449 MB
Rating: Teen

Fast Draw Showdown

When it comes to fast draw there are only two types of people: the quick… and the dead! Now you have the chance to find out where you stand, or lie, as the case may be. Go up against the best quick draws in the business, including one of the world’s fastest, Wes Flowers. Unholster your PlayStation®Move motion controller and show’em all who the fastest draw really is.

Demo: No
Price: $9.99
Size: 699 MB
Rating: Teen

Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions (PSP)

Since its original release in 2007, FINAL FANTASY TACTICS: THE WAR OF THE LIONS has become a huge hit with fans and critics alike. The PSN release of the title will give adventurers old and new the opportunity to enter the world of Ivalice and experience a land of imaginative artistic design that provides a sumptuous backdrop to a politically charged tale, where two young men endeavor to reshape the course of history.

Demo: No
Price: $9.99
Size: 205 MB
Rating: Teen

Baseball Stars 2 (NEOGEO Station)

This sports game recreates a powerful arcade-style baseball with over-the-top animations like bench-clearing brawls. With its “Auto Operation Mode” for beginners, magic “Power Bat Mode”, and the “Special Players” introduced by the team’s owner, BASEBALL STARS 2 is full of exciting moments.

Price (PS3 / PSP): $8.99 / $6.99
Size: 53 MB
Rating: Everyone

The King of Fighters ‘95 (NEOGEO Station)

The legendary “SNK Dream Versus Battle” is back with this 2nd installment full of improvements! KOF’95 is the start of the “Orochi Saga,” a new story in which Kyo Kusanagi is the main protagonist. His sworn enemy, Iori Yagami, appears for the first time, so charismatic and stylish that he could overshadow Kyo Kusanagi!

Price (PS3 / PSP): $8.99 / $6.99
Size: 67 MB
Rating: Teen

Kyuiin (PSone Imports)

Kyuiin is a truly unique addition, as we believe most gamers have never seen this Eastern classic. The action-packed space shooter centers around a boy who loves reading his favorite fables. While doing so…out pops a fairy, who asks for help against an evil-do’er who’s been messing with his favorite plots. That’s enough to light his fire. Joining him on the fight is his (co-op) sister. As they look around the room for a vehicle, all they find is a dusty vacuum cleaner, which the fairy magically turns into his flying white stallion, of sorts.

Price: $5.99
Size: 131 MB

Me Monstar: Hear Me Roar (minis)

Me Monstar: Hear Me Roar! is a single player arcade style action game where the player takes control of a Monster during their rites of passage to become a Monstar Guardian. The game takes place in a world formed from people’s dreams and imagination; where farts are deadly weapons and Fear is your enemy. As a monster embarking upon their rites of passage to become a MONSTAR; feed on Dreams, beat the opposition and grow in power to do battle with the invading Fears and Nightmares!

Price: $4.99
Size: 38 MB
Rating: Everyone 10+

Athena (minis)

Join Athena, Princess of the Kingdom of Victory as she opens the “Forbidden Door” and descends into a world of fantasy in this classic platform arcade game originally released in 1986.

Price: $2.99
Size: 13 MB

Guerilla Wars (minis)

Enter the jungle and ruined cities of a tropical island to overthrow its tyrannical dictator, and liberate the nation held in his grip. Don’t forget to rescue your captured comrades along the way! Hail the heroes of the Revolution!

Price: $2.99
Size: 16 MB

Hal 21 (minis)

As Captain Clain, attack enemies in the air and bomb ground targets on your way to the boss in this classic shooting title originally released in 1985.

Price: $2.99
Size: 2.43 MB

Ikari Warriors (minis)

As colonel turned mercenary Ralf, use your machine gun, grenades, and jump in tanks to defeat countless foes. Infiltrate the enemy base and complete your mission in this ’80s run-and-gun mega-hit!

Price: $2.99
Size: 12 MB

Marvin’s Maze (minis)

Help Marvin defend his Maze from the terrible Robonoids in this cute and addictive arcade puzzle-action game, originally released in 1983.

Price: $2.99
Size: 2.9 MB

Ozma Wars (minis)

Fight against UFOs, meteors, comets, and dock with the mothership before your energy runs out in SNK’s first arcade game originally released in 1979. Ozma Wars stands out as the second released vertical shooting arcade game, but is also known as the first game with disparate levels!

Price: $2.99
Size: 2.3 MB

Sauke vs Commander (minis)

Play as Sasuke, who must protect the Shogun from Ninja in this 1980 classic arcade “gallery shooter”, one of the first games to feature bosses!

Price: $2.99
Size: 4 MB

Vanguard (minis)

VANGUARD, famous for being one of the first scrolling shooters ever made, was originally released in 1981. Shoot your enemies in all four directions or get an energy pod and ram them in this classic arcade game!

Price: $5.99
Size: 2.8 MB

Note: All descriptions are taken from press releases or company websites, and are not the opinion of the author.

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