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PlayStation Store releases for 11th July, 2017

Here’s the full list of the games coming to the PlayStation Store from Tuesday 11th July, 2017.

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Here’s the full list of the games coming to the PlayStation Store from Tuesday 11th July, 2017.

Another packed week sees 20 games arrive on the PlayStation Store, the biggest of which is Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age. The new release is an HD remaster of the PlayStation 2 classic – in particular, the International Zodiac version – which, in addition to a new gloss of paint, makes tweaks to the game’s difficulty, and job system.

Also released this week is the first episode of Telltale’s Minecraft: Story Mode – Season 2, the striking stealth clean ’em-up, Serial Cleaner – which we previewed here – and tinyBuild’s Mr. Shifty, which we reviewed here.

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PlayStation VR also gets a couple of releases, the most interesting of which is Radial Games’ puzzle building game, Fantastic Contraption. The game was an early HTC Vive highlight and – assuming the controls are up to scratch – is another solid addition to the growing PSVR library.

Here is this week’s full PlayStation Store lineup:

PlayStation Store releases – July 11th, 2017

PlayStation 4

  • Black The Fall
  • Day D Tower Rush
  • Derelict Fleet
  • Echoes of the Fey: The Fox’s Trail
  • Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age
  • Frisky Business (out 13th)
  • Hunting Simulator
  • Iron Crypticle
  • Leap of Fate
  • Minecraft: Story Mode – Season 2 (Episode 1)
  • MotoGP 17
  • Mr. Shifty
  • Serial Cleaner
  • Transport Giant
  • Warlocks vs Shadows
  • YamaYama

PlayStation Vita

  • Energy Balance
  • Mr. Pumpkin Adventure

PlayStation VR

  • The Bellows
  • Fantastic Contraption

Visit our new releases page for the latest updates on the games coming to PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo consoles.

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