This week on the PS Vita Store: Atelier Totori Plus, Nun Attack, and Dead or Alive 5 Plus
If you're an American PS Vita owner, then congrats: you have plenty of new games to check out this week on the PlayStation Store.
If you're a European PS Vita owner, well, look away now. It's only gonna hurt.
Either way, I'm going to round up what you can find in both online stores, and there's nothing you can do to stop me. Nothing! Mwah ha ha, etc.
Let's crack on...Full-price releasesAtelier Totori Plus
is a PS Vita port of the original Japanese PlayStation 3 RPG Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland
. This Vita version costs £34.99 / $39.99 to download, so think carefully before you do so.
I honestly can't tell you what Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland
is about, but I do know that it's the twelfth instalment in the popular Atelier
series. Plus, it's from those RPG virtuosos over at Gust, so it must be pretty decent, right?
Meanwhile, Nun Attack
is now available on PS Vita for $2.99. Sounds cheap, but it's actually already on iOS for 99c, and on Android for free. Oh.Nun Attack
is a humorous tactical action game in which you control an attack squad of nuns on a mission to defeat the Fallen Nun, a.k.a. Mortana.
And then there's Dead or Alive 5 Plus
. In it, Team Ninja takes the original PS3 fighting game release from last year and injects it with new content and Cross-Play support.
That's $39.99, by the way.PlayStation Plus games and offers
Europeans: don't hold your breath. You've got nothin' this week in terms of fresh PS Plus content.
Americans, however, can grab Tekken 6
for the PSP for free for use on their PS Vita. Hooray.
US punters can also enjoy 40 percent off the wonderful Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken
. Provided they are PS Plussers, that is.
Oh, AND you guys can pick up the new Hot Shots Golf
DLC for just $8.99. There's a bunch of new characters and courses in this DLC package, so if you're looking for an excuse to get back on the tee, this might be it.
PlayStation Mobile releases
Oh, PS Mobile, pray tell: what do you have for us this week?
"Well, Mike," PS Mobile responds somewhat sheepishly, "I have a new game from Thomas Hopper. His fifth
PS Mobile game, would you believe."
The game in question is Out of Mind
, which is a retro-styled platformer full of wall-jumps, gravity flips, and shifting.
Sounds pretty neat. And at £1.19, you can afford to take a punt, right?PSP and PSone Classics
Onto PSP and PSone...
Americans: be happy. There's plenty for you to choose from on the ol' PSP and PSone Classics front this week.Carnage Heart EXA
is a follow-up to the PSone original Carnage Heart
. Giant robots, mechs, battles... need I go on? $29.99 for that sucker.
And how about turn-based battler Hogs of War
for $5.99, huh? Or Persona 2: Eternal Punishment
? Thought so.
And that's your lot. Back again next week!