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Don’t Starve for PS4, a new PSP game, and more out this Tuesday

Posted by on January 5th, 2014 | 4 Comments | Tags: , , , ,

If you have PlayStation Plus, then this week’s top PS4 release is yours for free. Klei Entertainment’s  indie game Don’t Starve is a PC release ported to PS4 that will take players on a journey about survival through woods teaming with resources. What else is coming this week on PSN?

I’m glad you asked because it’s time to dust off your PSP for we have on our hands a new PSP release! That sentence deserved an exclamation point. It’s called Streetkix: Freestyle and it looks to be a very deep and well executed collaboration of music rhythm and soccer juggling. There is a special moves list, training mini-games, and so much more.

Additionally, Tiny Brains makes it’s way to PlayStation 3 after first releasing on PS4, and it’s a Cross-Buy title. Be sure to check out what we thought of the four-player puzzle game by reading our full review. And finally, Big Fish Games brings another of their hidden object games to PSN for PS3 called Twisted Lands: Shadow Town along with a demo.

Earlier last week, Kristine Steimer announced January’s PS Plus offerings. In addition to Don’t Starve for PS4, the PS3 will receive Bioshock Infinite, DMC Devil May Cry, and Brothers A Tale of Two Sons. That last one is an actual PSN-only release and one I started playing on our Twitch channel. Vita will get Smart As to help grease those synapsis of yours, and PSP/Vita will get Worms Battle Islands.

Which games are you excited to play? Let us know in the comments section below.

[Source: The Drop]


  • Miles Quatermass

    Really hoping the first part of Broken Sword 5 gets a release on Tuesday too. Been looking forward to that since its Kickstarter.

  • netroz

    There’s no any further investment on Vita games… from time to time a cross buy or an exclusive, but way too further one from another. Mostly we get PSP games or android ports… it’s lame. The vita has potential, still we only get remastered versions of old games.

    • KosmoCrisis

      Play Tearaway. Blackgate. There are plenty of original downloadable games too.

    • netroz

      Perhaps I rushed my idea. I get your point, don’t get me wrong.
      What I meant is that being a handheld that has been in the market for almost 4 years now there aren’t really as much exclusive games for it as it should. Most of them are ports. That’s what I mennt