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PlayStation Store Update: May 31st 2016 – Oxenfree

Posted by on May 31st, 2016 | 1 Comment | Tags:

Here is your weekly look at what is out on the PlayStation Store. Listed below are the demos and games for this week. This post will get updated throughout the week. If you don’t see a link next to the game, it is not live on the store.

Disclaimer: Links will be posted before PS+ discounts are applied.

Upcoming games can be seen here!

Updates: Tuesday
Full content for the week can be found here

Demos
Neon Chrome (PS4)
TRON RUN/r (PS4)

PS4 Games
Art of Balance
Dangerous Golf (6/3)
Dead Island: Riptide Definitive Edition – $19.99 (6.2GB)
Dead Island Definitive Edition – $19.99 (6.5GB)
Hard Reset Redux (6/3)
HITMAN – Episode 3: Marrakesh – $9.99 (4.5GB)
Kick & Fennick (6/2)
Neon Chrome – $14.99 (134MB)
One Piece: Burning Blood – $59.99 (8.7GB)
Oxenfree – $19.99 (2.6GB)
Paranautical Activity – $9.99 (198MB)
Plague Inc.: Evolved – $14.99 (456MB)
Score Rush Extended – $11.99 (112MB)
Shadow Blade: Reload – $14.99 (3.5GB)
There Came an Echo – $14.99 (5.7GB)
The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine – $19.99 (11.9GB)

PS3 Games
MotoGP 15 – $39.99 (9.8GB)

PS2 on PS4
Primal – $9.99 (2.9GB)

Vita Games
Delta Strike: First Assault
One Piece: Burning Blood – $39.99 (2.6GB)
Paranautical Activity – $9.99 (535MB)

Updates: Wednesday
Games released on the European store are subject to regional availability.
Full content for the week can be found here

PS4 Games
Dead Island Definitive Edition
Dead Island: Riptide Definitive Edition
Plague Inc.: Evolved
Valkyria Chronicles Remastered
Oxenfree
Neon Chrome
There Came an Echo
Kick & Fennick
Score Rush Extended
Arcade Archives Shanghai III
One Piece Burning Blood
Anima: Gate of Memories
Dangerous Golf
Art of Balance

PS2 on PS4
Primal

Vita Games
One Piece: Burning Blood


  • Ryan Vickers

    #WherearethenewPSoneclassics

    People who bought the PS2 classic version of Primal’s anger level is gonna be at the very top of the temperature level in the picture below, due to the fact that they are not cross-buy or offer a $2-$3 ($5 for Platinum trophy ones) discount to people who owned it on the PS3, like what Nintendo does with the Wii U VC.