Dauntless, Team Sonic Racing, and Slay the Spire top this week’s list of new PlayStation Store releases for the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita.
Sonic the Hedgehog and friends return to the PlayStation 4 in Sonic Team Racing, the new mascot kart game from Sumo Digital. The game is receiving broadly positive reviews, and looks to be your best bet for a Mario Kart-like experience on Sony’s console.
Phoenix Labs’ Dauntless also comes to PS4 following a long period in development. The free-to-play monster hunting game has built a committed fan-base during early access, and it debuts on console along with a new Hunt Pass to kick-off its fifth season of content.
Other games to check out include Everybody’s Golf VR, which kind of speaks for itself, and Observation, a sci-fi thriller from NoCode in which you take control of an artificial intelligence on a mysterious space station. MegaCrit’s roguelike card game, Slay the Spire, is also recommended.
Here’s the full lineup of new PlayStation Store releases.
PlayStation Store releases – May 21, 2019
- Alternate Jake Hunter: Daedalus – The Awakening of Golden Jazz (May 23)
- American Fugitive
- Back in 1995 (Cross Buy)
- Dollhouse (May 24)
- Dragon Fantasy: Volumes of Westeria
- Everybody’s Golf VR
- Killing Floor: Double Feature
- The Last Door – Complete Edition (May 23)
- Skelly Selest
- Slay the Spire
- Team Sonic Racing
- Virtual Virtual Reality
- Back in 1995 (Cross Buy)
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