New this week to the PlayStation Store is an eclectic mix of new releases. You’ll enjoy family life in Octodad: Dadliest Catch, become an unlikely hero in Putty Squad and get your adrenaline going in Cel Damage HD (3 Way Cross Buy). See the full list of new releases below.

In Octodad: Dadliest Catch (PS4) you control a debonair octopus pretending to be a human as he goes about his daily life. In this hilarious cross-platform game, you discover that eight unwieldy tentacles can be difficult to hide from your human family.


The stretchy blue blob Putty is the unlikeliest of heroes in the hilarious Putty Squad (PS4, PS3). In this old-school platformer, you follow Putty in his quest to help his kidnapped friends.

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Toss missiles, crash cars into walls and annihilate your friends in the retro-inspired Cel Damage HD (3 Way Cross Buy) (PS4, PS3 and PS Vita). This cel-shaded combat gamehas enhanced HD visuals, the original six characters, multiplayer capabilities and three game modes.

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Also available on the PlayStation Store are Soulcalibur Lost Swords (PS3) and The Walking Dead: Season 2 – Ep.1 All That Remains (PS Vita).

Defense Technica (PS3) is the next generation of tower defense strategy games using bird’s-eye view gameplay. You protect the core of the machine from an onslaught of biomechanical terrors with your arsenal of tower defense units.

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See the full list of new releases here.

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This year’s Coachella Music & Arts Festival featured it’s fair share of surprises, most notably the amount of guest appearances across both weekend’s performances. One of the most anticipated features of the fest was the reunion of hip-hop legends Outkast, who called upon mentee Future to join for three songs. One song was his own track, “Benz Friends (Whatchutola),” which features Andre 3000, and is on his brand new album, Honest, that came out yesterday.


Future gave his own nod to the Dungeon Family in an artist playlist of tracks from members of the Atlanta-based collective that has been around since the early ‘90’s. Check out the list below and listen to it now on Music Unlimited.

Future’s Dungeon Family Playlist

  1. Future feat Andre 3000 – “Benz Friends (Whatchutola)”
  2. Goodie Mob – “Cell Therapy”
  3. OutKast – “Player’s Ball”
  4. Goodie Mob feat Lil Will -  “They Don’t Dance No Mo”
  5. Goodie Mob feat Big Boi and Backbone -  “Get Rich to This”
  6. Big Gipp feat Sleepy Brown  – “Steppin Out”
  7. Sleepy Brown feat Andre 3000 – “I Can’t Wait”
  8. Killer Mike feat Big Boi and Sleepy Brown – “A.D.I.D.A.S.”
  9. OutKast – “Aquemini”
  10. OutKast – “SpottieOuttieDopalicious”
  11. Andre 3000 – “She Lives in My Lap”
  12. Joi – “Lick”
  13. Mista – “Blackberry Molasses”
  14. Big Boi feat Mouche and Scar – “Rasberries”

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Obvious Child: Funny-woman Jenny Slate plays a struggling stand-up comedian who, after a one-night stand, finds herself pregnant in this awkward and hilarious comedy.

Laugh along with these other movies about the lives of stand-up comedians: Punchline, Funny People

If I Stay: Chloe Grace Moretz is a young woman in love who, after a car accident, seems to wander between life and death as she searches for a reason to live.

Get more life-after-death drama right here: The Lovely Bones, Flatliners (more…)

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NewReleases422Check out what’s new on the Music Unlimited service this week! Read the highlights and browse new albums below.


  • The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, with a score composed by Hans Zimmer & The Magnificent Six, plus original songs from Alicia Keys & more.
  • The sophomore album from Future, which features appearances by Kanye West, Andre 3000, Wiz Khalifa & more.
  • Asher Roth’s second official studio album, the first since 2009’s Asleep in the Bread Aisle that featured his breakout hit, “I Love College.”
  • The debut from model, rapper & T.I. protégé Iggy Azalea, who heads out on a North American tour, kicking off tomorrow in Boston.


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Plunge into southern crime in Bad Country, see another side of Batman in DCU: Son of Batman and watch Thor save the cosmos (again) in Thor: The Dark World. The full list of new releases is below.

Bad Country: If you’ve missed southern crime thrillers since the True Detective finale, then you’re going to love this police procedural, starring Willem Dafoe and Matt Dillon.


It’s 1983 in Baton Rouge and veteran detective Bud Carter (Willem Dafoe) must team up with the notorious contract killer Jesse Welland (Matt Dillon) to take down the mob boss Lutin (Tom Berenger).

DCU: Son of Batman (plus Bonus Features): If you haven’t yet experienced DCU Original movies, then this film is a great place to start. This animated film is the next installment after the six-part narrative Batman: Gotham Knight.


Batman discovers that he has a son with Talia, the daughter of League of Shadows leader Ra’s al Ghul. When Talia faces an uprising within the League, she enlists the help of Batman to protect their son, Damian. Now Batman has two equally difficult challenges: teaching his son how to be a superhero and battling an army of trained ninja assassins.

Wolf Creek 2: In this sequel to the familiar vacation-gone-awry horror flick, our favorite cannibalistic mountain man is back to cause mischief.


The exchange student, Paul, embarks on his dream outback adventure only to discover the infamous local, Mick Taylor (Josh Jarratt), who pursues him through a wasteland. Paul’s only hope to escape is to outwit his captor before he runs out of time.

The Boondocks | Season 4: The final season of this animated sitcom, based on the familiar comic strip, promises to ruffle some feathers. If you haven’t watched previous The Boondocks seasons, there’s still time to catch up.


Huey, Riley and Granddad are back with a roster of new characters and surprising adventures. Granddad has a complicated love life: he’s dating a long lost Kardashian and has a love affair with Siri on his new iPhone. In a homage to Breaking Bad, the Freemans get involved with black market dealings of hair care products.

Thor: The Dark World: Yes, that’s right, this Marvel film is our 99 cent rental of the week. In the aftermath of Thor and Marvel’s The Avengers, Thor the Mighty Avenger continues his quest to save Earth and the girl.


Thor is using all of his power to restore order to the Nine Realms, but the vengeful alien race, led by Malekith, wants to destroy the universe. Now, Thor must team up with the treacherous Loki to save the cosmos from destruction.

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is a Danish electro-pop singer-songwriter who recently released her debut album, No Mythologies to Follow. She also created an exclusive playlist of her favorite songs for Music Unlimited. Listen here.


MØ is not only an amazing electropop singer and performer, she used to be a fanatical gamer too. Growing up in Denmark she spent hours playing games on her brother’s computer. The one she remembers most vividly was called Diablo. “It was all about strategic fantasy shooting, role playing and magic. It was like World of Warcraft but in the ‘90s. I used to fight with a bow-carrying Amazonian girl — all the other characters were boys.”

Born Karen Marie Ørsted, MØ has a real life thing for tough, independent women. If she could create a fantasy character, the 25-year-old performer says, it would be an extreme fighting, kickboxing girl. “She will have robot body parts and she will fight with crazy moves and weird sound effects,” MØ says.


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Every week, we round up some of the great new Featured Playlists you can find on Music Unlimited on the web, mobile & now PlayStation®4. Check out the latest below!

NaomiIGN’s Naomi Kyle

“If the music keeps me in the intensity of the game without distracting me — then it’s a winner. It’s a double winner if the track serves as a much needed refresher to a game’s mediocre soundtrack. Games with little or no music? I just have fun overdubbing with these favorites listed below. It’s a great way to change up the experience and make it your own.” – Naomi

Featuring: deadmua5, Ke$ha, Drake


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We’re kicking the savings into high gear this weekend. Check-out 30 games on sale for just $0.99 each on PlayStation Store as part of the Flash Sale.

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Visit PlayStation Blog for the full list of titles that can be yours for just $0.99 each, or simply click here to get started picking out a game for yourself.

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Technology is all around us. It helps us communicate with friends, make ourselves a fancy latte with just the press of a button, and enjoy our favorite music and movies while on the go. But what if technology had a mind of its own or was used in a way to cause more harm than good?


Today’s theatrical release of Transcendence, featuring the man of many talents Johnny Depp, got us thinking about that very question. While noodling over the answer, our minds wandered a bit to think of some other movies that show what happens when technology goes bad – or takes over completely. Here’s what we came up with:

  1. Terminator Salvation
  2. The Matrix
  3. Minority Report
  4. Transformers: Dark of the Moon
  5. Star Trek: First Contact
  6. I Robot
  7. Wall-E
  8. Tron: Legacy
  9. Event Horizon
  10. Honey, I Shrunk the Kids

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Get ready to fly through the air in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, explore Eorzea in Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Collector’s Edition and more, with this week’s new releases on the PlayStation Store.

Pre-order The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (PS3 and PS4) and receive a free Electro-Proof Suit. The game takes place after the events of the second Spider Man film, as Peter Parker investigates the motivations of the multifaceted villains. With an all-star villain cast, a new web arsenal and advanced combat upgrades, this new release is full of high flying action.



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