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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.

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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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In case you missed it (and we’re not sure how you could) our friends at Sony Computer Entertainment recently released the PlayStation Vita to U.S. customers. The hotly anticipated device is already a big hit and is just getting bigger as more people get their hands on it.

Now PS Vita owners can now access the Music Unlimited service on this fantastically popular device. Subscribers can now listen to the service’s global catalog of millions and millions of songs, all at the tips of their fingers. Just a couple taps and swipes of the PS Vita’s 5-inch high definition OLED touchscreen and subscribers to the Music Unlimited service will be able to find their playlists just as they can on other network-enabled devices.

You can find out more and watch a video walkthrough on the PlayStation Blog.

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