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.
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.
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.
To get you geared up for Sunday’s big WWE Night of Champions 2013 match between the competitive corporate champion, Randy Orton and the talented scrappy underdog, Daniel Bryan, the PlayStation Store has compiled all of your favorite WWE content in one location. Pre-order WWE Games’ WWE2K14, watch WWE’s Night of Champions 2013 live on the Live Events Viewer app and catch up on previous iconic WWE matches all on your PS3!
Last week we gave you a sneak peek of the completely redesigned PlayStation Store for PlayStation 3. Along with the re-imagined user interface, we added predictive search, and improved filtering to make finding content easier and faster. The new store also offers more in-depth information about games, add-ons and apps, as well as movies and TV shows, letting you browse and discover new types of content effortlessly.
The redesigned PlayStation Store launches in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Brazil on October 23. In the meantime you can get a taste of what’s coming thanks to this walk-through video:
The new PlayStation Store for PS3 was designed from the ground-up to enhance the entire user experience based on the feedback we received from you, our loyal fans. Take a look and tell us what you think!
*Please note: This video was created using a near-final version of the new PlayStation Store. Some content, categories, or pricing may be different than the Store you’ll experience next week
Are you ready for some football? While the season doesn’t start for a few more weeks, that doesn’t mean you can’t get pumped! Feed your excitement with a demo of EA’s Madden NFL 13 on PS3 and PS Vita. Check it out before it hits stores August 28thand if you like it, you can also pre-order it.
Looking to brush up on your detective skills? It’s your lucky day because for the first time in the CSI game series they join forces with the cast of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation to solve some of the most gruesome crimes of Sin City. Unveil clues in five connected cases to take down one of the most ruthless drug lords of all time in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Fatal Conspiracy.
Old school video gamers surely can’t forget the days spent at the arcade playing Shinobi. Relive the good times in this PS2 classic that lets you scale walls and slash your way through the demon filled streets in post-apocalyptic Tokyo.
We’re excited to introduce a couple cool apps this week. Canadian users can now watch free movies and TV series on PlayStation with Crackle and those in the U.S. can discover all the latest viral videos with the new YouTube app.
Tell us what you plan to download by commenting below. And don’t forget to check out other new additions to the PlayStation Store here.