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PlayStation Store releases for 28 March, 2017

Here’s the rundown of games coming to the PlayStation Store from Tuesday March 28, 2017.



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Here’s the rundown of games coming to the PlayStation Store from Tuesday March 28, 2017.

It’s a whopper of a week on the PlayStation Store, with 22 new games hitting digital shelves from Tuesday.

If you’re a fan of America’s Pastime you’ll be pleased to see the release of both MLB The Show 17, and R.B.I. Baseball 17. Both series has its fans, with the former offering a more detailed simulation of the sport, and the latter offering instant arcade thrills.


This week also sees the release of an HD remake of the original Wonderboy. It looks reasonable enough, but unless you’re a committed fan of the series we’d recommend waiting for the upcoming remake of Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap, which is a much better game all round.

Also recommended is colourful slither ‘em up, Snake Pass. We played the Nintendo Switch version at GDC, and came away thoroughly impressed.

And if there’s one game you should not get this week, it’s APB: Reloaded. We won’t say why, just steer well clear.

Here’s the full lineup:

PlayStation Store releases for March 28, 2017

PlayStation 4

  • Anoxemia
  • APB: Reloaded (31st)
  • Fatal Fury: Battle Archives Volume 2 (27th)
  • Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life Special Edition (29th)
  • Has Been Heroes
  • Heroes of the Monkey Tavern
  • Horse Racing 2016
  • Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix
  • MLB The Show 17
  • Nightmares from the Deep 2: The Siren’s Call
  • Old Time Hockey
  • Punch Club (31st)
  • R.B.I. Baseball 17
  • Rain World
  • SkyKeepers (31st)
  • Snake Pass
  • Vikings – Wolves of Midgard
  • We Are The Dwarves
  • Wonder Boy Returns

PlayStation Vita

  • Salt and Sanctuary

PlayStation VR

  • Fated: The Silent Oath
  • Korix

Check back over the weekend for next week’s Xbox One and Nintendo eShop releases.

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