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PlayStation Store releases for 29th August, 2017

Here’s our rundown of all the games coming to the PlayStation Store from Tuesday 29th August, 2017.

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Here’s the full lineup of video games heading to the PlayStation Store from Tuesday 29th August, 2017.

There are 25 games coming to the PlayStation Store in the next week, which is surely a new record. Fortunately, the quality looks high throughout.

Our picks include the first episode of graphic adventure prequel, Life is Strange: Before the Storm. The game showed plenty of promise at E3, and despite some casting changes, it should be an essential purchase for players wanting to delve into the back story of fan-favourite, Chloe Price.

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In terms of PlayStation exclusives, there is a debut PlayStation 4 outing for Everybody’s Golf, and a stunning PS2 remaster from Sega in the shape of Yakuza Kiwami.

This week also sees popular RPG Pillars of Eternity finally make its way to PS4, and there’s a welcome return for the NeoGeo arcade classic, Windjammers.

Here is the full PlayStation Store lineup for next week:

PlayStation Store releases – 29th August, 2017

PlayStation 4

  • Absolver
  • Art of Fighting Anthology – PS2 (out 30th)
  • Dead Alliance
  • Detention (out 31st)
  • Everybody’s Golf
  • Fishing Planet
  • Grim Legends 2: Song of the Dark Swan
  • Last Day of June (out 31st)
  • Life is Strange: Before the Storm – Episode 1 (out 31st)
  • The Lost Bear (out 31st)
  • The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor
  • Obduction
  • Pillars of Eternity: Complete Edition
  • Redout
  • Resident Evil Revelations
  • Rock of Ages 2: Bigger & Boulder (out 28th)
  • Sneaky Bears
  • Sparc
  • Still Time
  • Surf World Series
  • Warriors All-Stars
  • White Day: A Labyrinth Named School
  • Windjammers
  • X-Morph: Defense (out 30th)
  • Yakuza Kiwami

PlayStation Vita

  • Still Time
  • Windjammers

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