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PS+ Content For July (And August?)

Sony have announced the content that will be available to PlayStation Plus subscribers in July. It's a great mix of some top games, things that are definitely going to help you prepare for a few big upcoming titles. Although you'll need to enjoy shooters to really get the most out of this month, the inclusion of Battlefield 3, Payday: The Heist and Saints Row the Third is sure to be enough to justify this month's pay. That's an awful lot for an awful little.

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PS Vita Getting Fieldrunners 2 this summer

The sequel to the wildly successful tower defence game, Fieldrunners, is now confirmed to be in the “final stages of development” as stated by a post on the PlayStation blog. This new addition to the series includes over 25 ingeniously designed towers… and I hear that guns can transform enemies into cows now… Well, that should satiate any beef cravings one might have. The game’s engine has also been completely redesigned to allow for a completely new feature; precision attacks. This allows every single enemy to carve a unique path throughout the battlefield, which should make for more interesting gameplay.

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Rayman Legends Coming to Vita

At first it was a Wii U exclusive, a game that was supposed to shift consoles, but then Rayman Legends was delayed for the best part of a year so that it could become a multi-platform game. Although the Wii U version of the game had gone gold (and copies of it are sitting around in warehouses), they won't be available for purchase until the end of year. Legends is now also coming to PlayStation Vita, Ubisoft have announced, and you'll be glad to know there won't be another 9 month delay in adding another platform.

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Playstation Plus – June content (EU)

As usual the Playstation Plus content for June adds 5 free games to the Instant Game Collection. 3 for PS3 and 2 for PS Vita. Complaints about the lack of RPG games in the IGC seems to have gotten through to the people that matter and this month 2 RPGs are given for free to subscribers of the excellent service. Even though this is the June update much of the additions will get added on May 29th.

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FuturLab/Velocity Ultra – James Marsden Interview

FuturLab is a developer that, within only a handful of games, have gained a following for their dedication to creating fun, simple titles that are enjoyable, addictive and great value for money. From Coconut Dodge, through Velocity and onto the several titles they created for PlayStation Mobile, FuturLab are behind some of the very best titles available on PSP and Vita. This week sees the release of a Vita-specific version of Velocity, Velocity Ultra, that includes improved visuals, trophies and…

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Y.R.P In Position for new Final Fantasy X-2 HD Shots

Although Final Fantasy X-2 doesn't quite manage to live up to the original in terms of fan nostalgia, I can't imagine anyone felt the Final Fantasy X re-release was complete without having its sequel available as well. For many who experienced the story of Tidus, Yuna, Auron and company for the first time in the last few years, getting hold of a copy of X-2 might not have been easy (or, arguably, even worth it).

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PSA: Guilty Gear Trailer Lied, Title DOESN’T Have Online Play

This is a strange one. Guilty Gear for the Vita came out in the US yesterday, and despite mention on its PlayStation page of online play, as well as reference to it in the original trailer, the game actually relies on Ad Hoc mode to handle its multiplayer. Why the developers put out a trailer implying otherwise, and why Sony are advertising it as online-capable is unclear, but if you were planning to buy based on the idea of playing…

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PS Plus news

In a recent Playstation Blog post Content Manager Chris Howe revealed the content available for PS+ members in May. From May 1st, PS+ Subscribers will get the excellent (and pretty recent) Hitman: Absolution and the quirky puzzle/horror game Catherine completely free. Other free titles available to download in May include the action-packed adventure Malicious and PS Vita players will get a side-scrolling shoot-em-up called Sine Mora and Velocity.

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Cthulhu Saves the World All-Stars, Massive FOUR RPG Pack, Announced for Vita/PC – Updated

If you're a fan of indie RPGs, you may just need to hold onto your hat. Zeboyd, the group that made Cthulhu Saves the World, Breath of Death VII and On the Rain Slick Precipice of Darkness 4, have announced Cthulhu Saves the World All-Stars for Vita and PC. All-Stars will contain remakes of Cthulhu Saves the World and of Breath of Death VII (to put them on par with Precipice), as well as rebalancing and new features. More than that, the collection will have sequels to both games, Breath of Death XIII-2 and Cthulhu Saves the Galaxy.

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Draw Slasher Released April 23rd, Trailer

Draw Slasher, a touch screen platformer from the people who made Run Like Hell for iOS, is releasing on PlayStation Vita next week. It'll publish on the PlayStation Store on Tuesday in the US and on Wednesday for EU territories (including Australia). It'll be available for $6 or 5 euros and is a sequel to 2011's Draw Slasher: The Quest. Although the gameplay remains similar to its predecessor, things have been made bigger for Vita, with the inclusion of several new modes.