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Store Update: 13th May 2014 (North America)

Posted by Sammy Barker

Black magic

There’s not a whole lot of girth to the latest North American PlayStation Store update – but that doesn’t mean that it isn’t a big week for PlayStation Vita owners. Fans of Sony’s flagship portable format will be able to pick up both Borderlands 2 and Soul Sacrifice Delta – two tasty titles that should add a little spice to your train rides. Other highlights include The Walking Dead: Season 2, Episode 3 – In Harm’s Way.

PS3 Pre-Orders

Drakengard 3 ($49.99)
Pre-Order Drakengard 3 and receive an exclusive theme for your PS3 system’s XMB menu. A prequel to the original Drakengard, Drakengard 3 transports players to a medieval world where six sisters wield special magical abilities as the ‘Intoners.’ These sisters have brought peace to the earth with their power to manipulate magic through song. Harmony is disrupted, however, when the eldest sister, Zero, attempts to murder her younger sisters with the help of her dragon companion, Mikhail. As the story progresses, players find themselves in a battle to unravel the mystery of Zero and learn her true intentions.

PS3 Games

Serious Sam 3: BFE ($19.99)
Serious Sam 3: BFE is a glorious throwback to the golden age of first-person shooters where men were men, cover was for amateurs and pulling the trigger made things go boom.

Tales of Graces F + Tales of Xilia Combo Pack ($59.99)
Get two legendary RPGs on PlayStation 3 system for one great price!
Tales of Graces f — Journey through a world full of political intrigue and strife, explore dungeons and fight your way through fearsome adversaries!
Tales of Xillia — Follow Jude Mathis and Milla Maxwell at the outset of their adventure through the world of Rieze Maxia.

PS Vita

Borderlands 2 ($39.99)
The critically acclaimed and bestselling role-playing-shooter hybrid, Borderlands 2, is now available for the PlayStation Vita system! Stuffed with 6 Add On Packs, Borderlands 2 on PS Vita system delivers hours upon hours of signature addictive Borderlands nonstop loot-shoot gameplay.

Soul Sacrifice Delta Limited Edition Bundle ($35.99)
Soul Sacrifice Delta is is the ultimate edition of Soul Sacrifice where every decision has consequential results. The action RPG that pits you against an evil sorcerer returns with a slew of new features including improvements to gameplay, graphics, new levels, characters and spells. Grim, the faction who believes in neutrality in all things, joins the blood thirsty Avalon and the merciful Sanctuary, and adds a third angle to bring the Delta in Soul Sacrifice.

Demos

Ragnarok Odyssey Ace (PS3 & Vita)
XBlaze Code (PS3 & Vita)

PS4 Add-ons

Dynasty Warriors 8:Xtreme Legends Complete Edition
Old Costume Pack 1 ($2.99)
Old Costume Pack 2 ($2.99)
Old Costume Pack 3 ($2.99)
Old Costume Pack 4 ($2.99)
Old Costume Pack 5 ($2.99)
Old Costume Pack 6 ($0.99)

Killzone Shadow Fall
Multiplayer Maps (Free)
Killzone Universe Playercard Icon Pack ($0.99)
Cow Skin Pack ($1.99)
Cheese Skin Pack ($1.99)

LEGO The Hobbit
Side Quest Character Pack ($1.99)
The Armory Pack ($1.99)
The Battle Pack ($1.99)
Big Little Character Pack ($1.99)

PS3 Add-ons

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure All Stars Battle
All-Star Battle Ikuro Hashizawa ($1.99)
All-Star Battle Lisa ($1.99)
All-Star Campaign Mode Pack 2 Update (Free)

LEGO The Hobbit
The Armory Pack ($1.99)
The Battle Pack ($1.99)
Big Little Character Pack ($1.99)

Ragnarok Odyssey Ace
Great Sage’s Hat (Free)
Puzzle & Dragons Set (Free)
Ragnarok Odyssey Ace Collection (Free)
Silk Hat (Free)

RockSmith 2014
Mastodon – Black Tongue ($2.99)
Mastodon – Colony Of Birchmen ($2.99)
Mastodon – Oblivion ($2.99)
Mastodon Song Pack ($7.99)

The Walking Dead Season 2
Episode 3: In Harm’s Way ($4.99, Free for Season Pass)

Vita Add-ons

Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars
Monokuma’s Revenge (Free)
Serious Bootes ($2.49)
Serious Sagitta ($2.49)

Dynasty Warriors 8:Xtreme Legends Complete Edition
Old Costume Pack 1 ($2.99)
Old Costume Pack 2 ($2.99)
Old Costume Pack 3 ($2.99)
Old Costume Pack 4 ($2.99)
Old Costume Pack 5 ($2.99)
Old Costume Pack 6 ($0.99)

Ragnarok Odyssey Ace
Great Sage’s Hat (Free)
Puzzle & Dragons Set (Free)
Ragnarok Odyssey Ace Collection (Free)
Silk Hat (Free)

Avatars (PS3, PSP)

Populus Avatars: 9 Item Bundled Sale Pack 2 ($3.99)
Watch Dogs – Default Icon Avatar ($0.49)

PS3 Themes

Abduction Dynamic Theme ($2.99)
Abstract Rain Bundle ($3.99)
Abstract Shine Bundle ($3.99)
Cosmos Dynamic Theme ($2.99)
Countless Dynamic Theme ($2.99)
Green Mass Dynamic Theme ($2.99)
Honey Skull Dynamic Theme ($2.99)
Twist Shot Dynamic Theme ($2.99)

[via blog.us.playstation.com]

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User Comments (18)

Gemuarto

#1

Gemuarto said:

Price for SS Delta is mad =(. I will not support that. Sorry Keiji-san. Why not make new game if you want to sell it for that price ))). Anyway, will buy it for 20 or less on some sale.

NathanUC

#3

NathanUC said:

@Gemuarto Being completely fair, it's way more than a simple dlc or add on. There is a ton of really cool new features that add a TON of depth to the already deep gameplay. Considering how much content that game has, $35 is extremely EXTREMELY cheap even for owners of the original.

I would have liked to see some type of discount for individuals who paid for the original, but that was in no way an expectation.

Gemuarto

#4

Gemuarto said:

@NathanUC Does this game have much content with or without original SS? =). And what about story. Is story on the same level as in SS? And if SS is part of the package, why not cut prices for those who already own it. They did that in Japan =(. And considering how fast first SS have become cheap as dirt and appeared on PS+. Many will think twice before buying Delta =). Maybe only to support developers and localisations.

NathanUC

#6

NathanUC said:

@Gemuarto It contains additional everything pretty much. Much more story/quests, new bosses, a vastly different battle system (can combine many abilities), new rank up systems, better multiplayer, etc.

I'm not saying it's an all new game, but I personally don't see the problem with asking $36 for it. I gladly paid the $36 because I really enjoy Soul Sacrifice and love the new additions. I didn't pay to support devs or localization, I paid because I feel it's an amazing package at an unbeatable value on the platform.

AVahne

#8

AVahne said:

Gonna wait for a sale on Delta, considering I own the original as a physical copy.

ObviouslyAdachi

#9

ObviouslyAdachi said:

Borderlands 2 Vita is awesome. I got it yesterday, and I've put about six or eight hours into it already. I have not seen one frame rate drop. Not. One. The cutscenes can be a bit pixelated sometimes, but that's the only visual downside. The game looks great. It doesn't look washed out and it doesn't have weird shadows-none of those claims are true. The load times are also not long at all and the controls mapped to the touch pad are very responsive. This might be my new favorite Vita game.

ObviouslyAdachi

#11

ObviouslyAdachi said:

@charlesnarles Yup. Almost exactly the same. The only thing I should warn you about is that at this time I am unable to transfer my PS3 save file. But an update should come soon!

ObviouslyAdachi

#13

ObviouslyAdachi said:

@Sanquine Well that's implied. When I say a games my favorite, I mean besides Persona 4. That game sits up on its own untouchable pedestal as my favorite game of all.

Sanquine

#14

Sanquine said:

@ObviouslyAdachi Obviously (A) Hehe, i like that word. Same here buddy same here. Crying like a baby when the game ended. Dangonronpa is for me a close second. Aio was my babe of the year!

Gemuarto

#18

Gemuarto said:

@Sanquine You telling this so often. It looks like you are trying to convince yourself in that =). But, sorry if I made you feel bad or something. That was a joke, anyway.

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