Corpse Party:Blood Drive Review

Corpse Party: Blood Drive Review
By Stellar.Ice

A lesser known JRPG horror game, Corpse Party has been one of the scariest games I’ve ever played (coming in right after PT).  The story follows a group of students who are spirited away into another dimension and trapped in a haunted school filled with hate, agony, despair, and murder. Corpse Party plays as a survival horror, action game mixed in with visual novel elements.  You follow multiple characters as they try to survive.  There are three installments to the Corpse Party series, Corpse Party: Blood Covered (PSP), Corpse Party: Book of Shadows (PSP), and Corpse Party: Blood Drive (PS Vita).

Story (Note: Some spoilers ahead)

Blood Drivetakes place a few weeks after the events of Book of Shadows where Ayumi and her friends believe they have destroyed Heavenly Host and Sachiko’s curse.  They discover that not only does Heavenly Host still exist, the curse of Heavenly Host is spreading into the real world and has become more malevolent than ever.  Tricked into thinking the Book of Shadows can revive her dead friends, Ayumi goes back into Heavenly Host to retrieve the Book of Shadows and, once again, try to destroy Heavenly Host for good.

I highly recommend playing Blood Coveredand Book of Shadows before playing Blood Drive, or, at least reading the story/watching a walk through beforehand.  The events in Blood Driveconstantly refer to the events of Book of Shadows. This put me at a loss, because although I had played Book of Shadows, the version I played did not follow Ayumi and Naomi into Sachiko’s estate so references regarding Book of Shadows were lost on me. I felt like I missed a major piece of the Corpse Party story.

I was surprised to see so many unique characters in Blood Drive.  Most of the new characters seemed to possess supernatural powers which made them out of the ordinary.  While the new characters give Corpse Party a new supernatural element, I think they are overdone.  I enjoyed Blood Covered because these were ordinary people placed in an extraordinary circumstance which tested their limits.  Characters with “special abilities” kind of felt like a cheat.  Super powers tend to be a salvation.

Graphics

Corpse Party is a mixture of 3D top down game play, and visual novel. The top down game play is very similar to Blood Covered,however, at times the 3D made the camera feel awkward. Since you can’t control the camera certain walls block your view so you can’t really tell where you were walking or whether or not something was in front of your character. Sometimes, the game would also glitch and enemies would get stuck in certain areas (not that I’m complaining). Since I played Blood Covered, figuring out the map wasn’t too difficult, however, you are not given a map so you need to get a sense of the school on your own. Fortunately, the map isn’t so large that you’ll get lost. While the graphics aren’t super detailed, the game does a good job depicting the horror that occurs within the schools walls. Corpses, bloodstains, rickety floors, mysterious symbols, creepy audio, and excellent text description make the school a petrifying place to be.

Music

If you’re brave, I recommend putting on your headphones and playing in the dark.  Groaning, creaking floors, breathing, frantic ghosts –you’ll be a much braver player than me! As a horror game, Blood Drive delivered well on the music.  Background music often set the tone for the game, getting louder where needed and dead silent to build tension when necessary.  The audio worked in some ways and failed in others. While creators attempted to create 3D audio, which puts voices far away when the characters are far away, and clear when the characters are close up, I felt that sometimes the “distant” character audio felt out of place, particularly in scenes when they are approaching another character.

Gameplay

Gameplay felt very straightforward but does not hold your hand the entire way.  You have no map. You pretty much wander around the school until you hit the right point for a cut scene or obtain the correct item. It is important to read the dialogue because that is the only way you’ll find clues to the next location or object you will need to obtain. Nothing is highlighted in bold for you.  I often found myself walking around the darn school for nearly an hour, getting killed by ghosts multiple times, before realizing that I was simply walking the wrong way.  This aspect was frustrating, but at the same time rewarding. I felt particularly thrilled that the final boss fight forced me to actually write down clues (on a piece of paper) and decipher when to use them. [Note: If anyone gets stuck on the final fight, I’m more than willing to give you a few hints!]  There are many places in the game where you’ll think “How the hell do I get past this!” to figuring it out and thinking “Gee, it was really that easy?” Choices must also be made on the fly.  Making the wrong decision can, of course, make another “Wrong End”.

The school itself is also a complete danger zone.  You can’t run haphazardly through the hallways because there are shards of glass your character can get hurt on or holes in the floor your character can fall through. Running is also limited. Running too much can cause your character to run out of breath and stop completely to catch it –which is terrible when you’re running away from something.

The game doesn’t hold back on the horror either.  Frequently, I found myself afraid to go into classrooms or walk down certain corridors because I knew there would be a ghost waiting for me. Often, I’d have to confront ghosts and discover whether or not they were good or bad, but first, I’d wander the school before even approaching them. Long story short, I spent a lot of time running through the school trying to shake off evil entities hot on my trail. Getting a “Wrong End” was also never pleasant.  Writers did a wonderful job describing and depicting the torture your character would suffer at the hands of an unforgiving ghost. Not only that, but Corpse Party offered a lot of jump scares. Yes, they were cheesy, but when the face appears in the hole you are looking through (yah, duh, of course something would appear there) you can’t help feeling a shudder. Random faces appear in windows, and the loading screen –oh gosh the loading screen!

 Long story short, the fact that the game didn’t hold my hand the entire time, I was led to many “Wrong Ends” and “Game Over” screens. Over, and over, and over again, but I still enjoyed it.

 
Replay Value

The game has so-so replay value.  With each chapter you clear you unlock a Special Chapter, which is essentially side stories about characters that are not really touched on within the game.  I like this extra feature because I get to meet characters from pervious games, however, when finished I’m not quite sure I’ll pick up the game again. Of course, as a completionist, I may pick it up to unlock all the trophies.

Verdict

Despite not knowing the events of Book of Shadowsand the frustrating amount of “Wrong Ends” I got throughout the game, I had a lot of fun playing.  I love how tutorials were kept to a minimum and how I had to figure a lot out for myself.  Story wise, this wasn’t my favorite installment of Corpse Party. Again, the new characters detracted somewhat to the story and then the out of this world, catastrophic events just felt like too much. I love the basic scenario: What would happen if you got stuck in a haunted school? How would you survive? The camera was somewhat glitchy, but not enough to be overly distracting and the ghosts were pretty darn creepy! Loading screens were also pretty slow, and staring at the creepy ghost face while the chapter loaded felt somewhat unsettling (that darn ghost face!) As I said before: Play this game with headphones and in the dark—it’ll be sure to scare your pants off!

  

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Backwards Compatibility, Forward Thinking

 
Backwards Compatibility, Forward Thinking
By UNDED
On November 12th, Xbox One will be getting the long awaited Backwards Compatibility update. The update is free –not to be mistaken for a paid feature. Starting with a whopping 104 Xbox 360 titles, you’ll be able to buy, download, and play them right on your Xbox One. Have the digital copy already? Just redownload it; no need to purchase again. Your game saves, DLC, achievements, and gamerscore will carry over. This will also work with your disk based games. You’re console based features like game DVR, screenshots, and streaming will be usable with these titles. Best part of the update? You can play your 360 games with your friends regardless of which Xbox console they are on. Since the games need to be tweaked so these features will work, not all 360 games will be available at once. Here is the list of games rolling out.

Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Xbox One Game
Ubisoft
Arcade
Atari
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Xbox One Game
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
345 Games
Arcade
Ubisoft
Arcade
Midnight City
Arcade
Majesco Entertainment
Xbox One Game
2K Games
Arcade
Ubisoft
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Xbox One Game
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
Atari
Xbox One Game
Sega
Arcade
Sega
Arcade
345 Games / Spike Games
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Xbox One Game
Codemasters
Xbox One Game
Codemasters
Arcade
Disney Interactive Studios
Arcade
Bethesda Softworks
Arcade
Bethesda Softworks
Xbox One Game
Square Enix
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Xbox One Game
Microsoft Studios
Xbox One Game
Bethesda Softworks
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
PopCap Games
Xbox One Game
Microsoft Studios
Xbox One Game
Microsoft Studios
Xbox One Game
Microsoft Studios
Xbox One Game
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
Sega
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Xbox One Game
Square Enix
Xbox One Game
Microsoft Studios
Xbox One Game
Disney Interactive Studios
Xbox One Game
Disney Interactive Studios
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Xbox One Game
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
SNK PLAYMORE
Arcade
SNK PLAYMORE
Arcade
Ubisoft
Xbox One Game
Electronic Arts
Arcade
Atari
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
Disney Interactive Studios
Arcade
Disney Interactive Studios
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
Midnight City
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
Electronic Arts
Arcade
Sega
Xbox One Game
Codemasters
Arcade
Bandai Namco
Arcade
Bandai Namco
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Xbox One Game
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
Mages.
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
PopCap
Arcade
Ubisoft
Arcade
System 3 Software Ltd
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
Ubisoft
Arcade
Deep Silver
Arcade
Sega
Arcade
Sega
Arcade
Sega
Arcade
Sega
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
Sega
Arcade
Sega
Arcade
Sega
Arcade
Sega
Xbox One Game
Ubisoft
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Xbox One Game
Square Enix
Xbox One Game
Ubisoft
Xbox One Game
Ubisoft
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
Microsoft Studios
Xbox One Game
Disney Interactive Studios
Arcade
345 Games / Comedy Central
Xbox One Game
Microsoft Studios
Xbox One Game
Microsoft Studios
Arcade
Bethesda Softworks
Arcade
Microsoft Studios

Don’t see a title you like? Go to the Xbox Feedback website and vote for the games you want added! Being that backward compatibility has been requested by gamers since the 360/PS3. I can only applaud Microsoft for taking the initiative and giving this a shot, whether it works out for us or not.

Xbox Feedback website:
(https://xbox.uservoice.com/forums/298503-backwards-compatibility)

UNDED

Playstation Store Update November 10, 2015

 

Pre-orders

  • Bloodborne™ Complete Edition Bundle ($49.99)
  • Star Wars™ Battlefront™ Deluxe Edition ($69.99)
  • Star Wars™ Battlefront™ ($59.99)
  • Star Wars™ Battlefront™ Ultimate Edition ($119.99)
  • Sword Art Online: Lost Song ($59.99)

PS4 Games

  • Arcade Archives Super Dodge Ball ($7.99)
  • DOA5LR (Full Game) + Ultimate Contents Set ($59.85)
  • Fallout 4 ($59.99)
  • Fallout 4 Digital Deluxe Bundle ($89.99)
  • Kromaia Ω ($29.99)
  • SkyScrappers ($14.99)
  • Spelunker World – Out on 11/11 $14.99

PS3 Games

  • Barbie and Her Sisters Puppy Rescue ($39.99)

PS Vita Games

  • Phineas and Ferb: Day of Doofenshmirtz ($19.99)
  • SUPERBEAT: XONiC ($39.99)

PS4 Add-ons

Blood Bowl 2

  • 20 Cyans ($1.99)
  • 40 Cyans ($3.59)
  • 70 Cyans ($6.59)
  • 110 Cyans ($9.99)
  • 250 Cyans ($19.99)
  • 1,000 Cyans ($49.99)

Digaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance

  • DISGAEA 5: Scenario: La Pucelle: Priere Episode ($3.99)
  • DISGAEA 5: Scenario: Makai Kingdom: Zetta Episode ($3.99)

Evolve

  • Behemoth ($9.99)
  • Crow ($4.99)
  • Gorgon ($9.99)
  • Gorgon Scarab Skin (Season Pass 2 Exclusive) ($2.99)
  • Lennox($4.99)
  • Slim ($4.99)
  • Sunny ($4.99)
  • Torvald (Unified Entitlement)($4.99)
  • Hunting Season 2($24.99)
  • Hunting Season Pass ($14.99)

Rock Band 4

  • ‘Awake’ – Godsmack ($1.99)
  • ‘Like a Stone’ – Audioslave ($1.99)
  • ‘Lying From You’ – Linkin Park ($1.99)

Rocksmith 2014

  • Rancid – Fall Back Down ($2.99)
  • Rancid – Maxwell Murder ($2.99)
  • Rancid – Ruby Soho ($2.99)
  • Rancid – Time Bomb ($2.99)

Tales of Zestiria

  • Evangelion Costume Set ($3.99)

PS3 Add-ons

Rocksmith 2014

  • Rancid – Fall Back Down ($2.99)
  • Rancid – Maxwell Murder ($2.99)
  • Rancid – Ruby Soho ($2.99)
  • Rancid – Time Bomb ($2.99)

Tales of Zestiria

  • Evangelion – Alisha ($2.99)
  • Evangelion – Edna ($2.99)
  • Evangelion – Lailah ($2.99)
  • Evangelion – Rose ($2.99)
  • Evangelion – Sorey ($2.99)
  • God Eater 2 – Aragami Hunt (Free)
  • God Eater 2 – Rose (Free)
  • God Eater 2 – Sorey (Free)

PS Vita Add-ons

Phineas and Ferb: Day of Doofenshmirtz

  • The Costume Pack Bundle ($2.49)
  • The Noir Costume Pack ($0.99)
  • The Prehistoric Costume Pack ($0.99)
  • The Tiki Costume Pack ($0.99)

Samurai Warriors: Chronicles 3

  • Samurai News 20 (Free)

Avatars

Console Avatar Price
PS4 A Bursting Skull Avatar $1.99
PS4 A Distressed USA Skull Flag Avatar $1.99
PS4 Alert Wolf Avatar $1.99
PS4 Assassin Sniper Avatar $1.99
PS4 Bad Bread – Avatar $0.99
PS4 Cat Mischief Avatar $1.99
PS4 Warframe: Ember Avatar Free
PS4 Warframe: Excalibur Avatar Free
PS4 Warframe: Loki Avatar Free
PS4 Warframe: Lotus Avatar Free
PS4 Warframe: Lotus Symbol Avatar Free
PS4 Warframe: Rhino Avatar Free

Themes

Console Theme Price
PS4 Apollo’s Cosmos Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 Graceling Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 Star Wars Battlefront – Leia Organa Dynamic Theme $0.00
PS Vita Apollo’s Cosmos Theme $2.99
PS Vita Biker Skull USA Theme $2.99
PS Vita Graceling Theme $2.99
PS Vita Head Shot Theme $2.99
PS Vita Leather Hunter Theme $2.99
PS Vita Lick A Gun 2 Theme $2.99
PS Vita Queen Of Hearts Theme $2.99
PS Vita Secret Agent Silhouette Theme $2.99
PS Vita Skull On Fire Theme $2.99
PS Vita Sorcerer Skull Theme $2.99
PS Vita Thug Life Skeleton Theme $2.99

Need for Speed Review

Need for Speed Review
By UNDED

Following the trend of recent remakes, Need for Speed looks to bring back the intensive nostalgia fans have for entries in the series as far back as PS2. Being that the landscape has changed with the inclusion of DLC, live updates, and online connectivity, developers had their work cut out for them. Did they finish first? No. No they didn’t.

The story follows you, as an unnamed driver, making his way up the reputation ladder. You’re quickly introduced to a slew of horribly acted, forgettable characters. The NPC’s are the stuff of daytime TV dramas, regurgitating jokes and one liners from your favorite stereotypical 90’s punk. At one point I swore the dialogue in N4S was written by a soccer mom trying one last desperate time to convince her kids she’s ‘the cool mom’. Each character has their own street racing discipline, and that’s how I’ve learned to associate each character with the races I’d be doing.

The graphics are both good and bad at the same time. The actual gameplay is pretty good. You’d think this locale (whose name is just as unforgettable as everything else in N4S) is set under a tsunami with the level of water in the game. Everything is wet! I know this was a conscious choice to show off the graphics, but everything shines in your face; not the smartest choice for a racing game. Now, even though everything is watered down, they do water very well. The wet street reflects light realistically. Water speckles on your windshield. This generation is obsessed with particular effects and N4S is no different. When you drift you kick up dirt on your screen and police lights flash on the bottom of your screen. It all looks great, if not a little overdone. Now for the bad, the cut scenes are live-action. In any older N4S you could get away with this, but in 2015, when the creators of Paranormal Activity themselves finished their series because of found footage fatigue, this just looks lazy. On top of that the developers have placed cars in the cut scenes using pseudo augmented reality. I’m not saying these models don’t look good, but if they think their cars are on par with Forza, I’m so sorry for them. Going from terribly acted people to a water world is very jarring, and more distracting than anything else.

Racing in the game during a tense moment is generally accompanied by a heart pounding orchestral set; in those moments it worked. I was as close to the TV as I could get, taking in every turn and pass with care, trying to finish first. When you’re not in these moments though, which is the majority of the game, you are attacked by the most annoying music you could ever imagine. I know these are actual tracks from actual artists so I won’t be making any friends with that last comment, but this is N4S dammit! So many games in the past have nailed the in-game music. I was surprised that this one dropped the ball. I can tell you exactly what corner I was taking in Need for Speed Underground when “The Only” by Static-X came on. That was one of the most memorable experiences of my career with racing games, thanks to a single song that pushed me to the finish line. N4S is, sadly, missing that.

Gameplay is where N4S shines the most –for a short period of time anyway. Taking a page out of the racing sim book, you are constantly reminded to tune your ride. When I chose my first ride and hit the streets, I almost immediately returned the game. I’ve NEVER come close to doing that before. The reason? The steering on my car was completely fucked! If I was turning and held the direction for too long, when I let it go I would keep going in that direction. It was a weird kind of lag that pissed me off so bad. But, I took the games advice, installing a sway bar and tuning it. It still ‘lagged’ a little, but I could at least play it. It would be another 6 hours before I could learn how to properly drift. For a game that boasts to be an arcade style racer, it sure as hell doesn’t feel like it. The biggest problem is that the missions aren’t diverse. There are maybe 5 types of races and the Style and Crew disciplines are so similar they could have been consolidated.

*sigh*… In the grand scheme of things, N4S is not a bad game. As much as I wanted to love this game, there is just too much wrong with it. The learning curve to driving, the incredibly distracting music with no controls to choose specific songs you don’t want to hear, the flashing lights that could (no joke) induce a seizure (you’ve been warned), and the odd choice to make cut scenes live-action, N4S caters to everyone and no one at the same time. If you must play this game, either Redbox it, or wait until it’s half price.

Playstation Store Update November 3, 2015

 

 

November’s PlayStation Plus Lineup

  • Magicka 2 (PS4) – 2.1GB
  • The Walking Dead Season 2 (PS4) – 4GB
  • Dragon Fin Soup (PS4, PS3, PS Vita) – 463MB
  • Beyond Good and Evil (PS3) – 1.5GB
  • Mass Effect 2 (PS3) – 12.6GB
  • Invizimals (PSP; playable on PS Vita) – 1.3GB

PlayStation Plus Specials
PlayStation 4 Games

  • Blood Bowl 2 – $34.99
  • Curses n Chaos (cross-buy) – $7.49
  • One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 – $41.99
  • Pure Hold’em World Poker Championship – $15.99
  • Tearaway Unfolded – $27.99

PlayStation 3 Games

  • One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 – $34.99
  • Space Hulk – $35.99
  • Steins;Gate – $27.99

PlayStation Vita Games

  • Amnesia: Memories – $17.99
  • Curses n Chaos (cross-buy) – $7.49
  • One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 – $27.99
  • Space Hulk – $31.49
  • Steins;Gate – $27.99

Ubisoft Sale
PlayStation 4 Games

  • Assassin’s Creed Chronicles China – $3.30
  • Assassin’s Creed Syndicate Helix Credit Large Pack – $19.79
  • Assassin’s Creed Syndicate Helix Credit Medium Pack – $14.99
  • Assassin’s Creed Unity Helix Credit Large Pack – $13.39
  • Assassin’s Creed Unity Helix Credit Large Pack – $7.49
  • Boggle – $6.99
  • Child of Light – $7.50
  • Grow Home – $5.59
  • Monopoly Family Fun Pack – $13.99
  • Rabbids Invasion – $11.99
  • Rabbids Invasion Gold Edition – $17.50
  • Tetris Ultimate – $3.30
  • Toy Soldiers: War Chest – $11.24
  • Toy Soldiers: War Chest Hall of Fame Edition – $20.99
  • Trials Fusion – $11.99
  • Trials Fusion Awesome Max Edition – $20.00
  • Valiant Hearts: The Great War – $7.50

PlayStation 3 Games

  • Beyond Good & Evil HD – $3.30
  • Child of Light – $4.95
  • Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon – $4.95
  • Far Cry Classic – $3.30
  • Monopoly Deal – $2.50
  • Monopoly Plus – $5.00
  • Risk – $5.00
  • South Park: The Stick of Truth – $10.00
  • The Smurfs 2 – $10.00
  • Trivial Pursuit Live – $5.00
  • Valiant Hearts: The Great War – $4.95

PlayStation Vita Games

  • Child of Light – $4.95

Other Deals

  • Abyss Odyssey: Extended Dream Edition (PS4) – $7.50
  • Abyss Odyssey (PS3) – $7.50
  • Class of Heroes (PSP, PS Vita) – $7.50
  • Commander Cherry for PlayStation Camera (PS4) – $7.97 (PS+ members save an extra 7%)
  • Crimson Gem Saga (PSP, PS Vita) -$7.50
  • Kenka Bancho: Badass Rumble (PSP, PS Vita) – $7.50
  • Rollers of the Realm (PS4, PS Vita) – $5.00
  • Rock of Ages (PS3) – $3.00

 PS4 Games

  • Air Conflicts: Pacific Carriers
    $39.99
  • Arcade Archives Ikki
    $7.99
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops III (Out on 11/06)
    $59.99
  • Dragon Fin Soup (3 Way Cross Buy)
    $19.99
  • Indivisible Prototype Beta
    FREE
  • Need for Speed
    $59.99
  • Poncho
    $14.99
  • Snoopy’s Grand Adventure
    $39.99

PS3 Games

  • Call of Duty: Black Ops III (Out on 11/06)
    $49.99
  • Dragon Fin Soup (3 Way Cross Buy)
    $19.99

PS Vita Games

  • Dragon Fin Soup (3 Way Cross Buy)
    $19.99
  • Norn9: Var Commons
    $39.99

PSOne Classic

  • Tomba! 2: The Evil Swine Return
    $5.99

Bundles

Console Bundle Price
PS4 Need for Speed Deluxe Edition $69.99

PS4 Add-ons

Assassin’s Creed Syndicate

  • Steampunk outfit for Evie (Free)
  • Steampunk Pack ($4.99)

Digaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance

  • Scenario: Disgaea 2: Adell Episode($3.99)

Evolve

  • Behemoth ($9.99)
  • Crow ($4.99)
  • Gorgon ($9.99)
  • Gorgon Scarab Skin (Season Pass 2 Exclusive) ($2.99)
  • Lennox($4.99)
  • Slim ($4.99)
  • Sunny ($4.99)
  • Torvald($4.99)
  • Wraith Tropical Skin ($2.99)
  • Hunting Season 2($24.99)
  • Hunting Season Pass ($14.99)

Rocksmith 2014

  • David Bowie – Ziggy Stardust ($2.99)
  • Def Leppard – Hysteria ($2.99)
  • Foghat – Slow Ride ($2.99)
  • Wolfmother – Joker and the Thief ($2.99)

Tales of Zestiria

  • Idolmaster Costume Set ($3.99)

The Escapists

  • Duct Tapes are Forever ($4.49)

PS3 Add-ons

Rocksmith 2014

  • David Bowie – Ziggy Stardust ($2.99)
  • Def Leppard – Hysteria ($2.99)
  • Foghat – Slow Ride ($2.99)
  • Wolfmother – Joker and the Thief ($2.99)

PS Vita Add-ons

Samurai Warriors: Chronicles 3

  • Samurai News 19 (Free)

Avatars

Console Theme Price
PS3 A Biker Skull USA Avatar $1.99
PS3 A Dragon Eye Avatar $1.99
PS3 A Face Full Of Anger Avatar $1.99
PS3 A Gangsta’s Grill Avatar $1.99
PS3 A Killer Bear Avatar $1.99
PS3 A Shot To The Head Avatar $1.99
PS3 A Tank $1.99
PS3 A Target Is Acquired Avatar $1.99
PS3 Cross Gun Girl Avatar $1.99
PS3 Gun Prep Avatar $1.99
PS3 Mars Avatar $0.99

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