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PlayStation Store releases for 8th November 2016

Here’s your round-up of PlayStation Store releases for the 8th November.

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Here’s your round-up of PlayStation Store releases for the 8th November.

Bethesda might not be sending out review copies but we have a suspicion that Arkane Studio’s Dishonored 2 won’t disappoint. Everything we’ve seen so far points to an experience that expands on the original game, trims some of its more frustrating elements and looks beautiful, too.

PlayStation VR gets two notable releases this week. Ubisoft’s Eagle Flight lets you soar high above the streets of Paris and pretend to be the eagle from Assassin’s Creed Unity, sort of. Don’t let its simple, stylised looks fool you, based on our experience it’s an exhilarating experience.

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It’s joined by Crytek’s Robinson: The Journey, another game that impressed us with its gorgeous visuals. Cast as shipwrecked explorer on the planet Tyson III you are tasked with surviving dinosaurs and motion sickness long enough to find your missing crew.

And finally, it’s good news for fans of throwing things as Handball 17 comes to both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3.

Here’s the full list of this week’s PlayStation releases:

PlayStation Store releases for 8 November, 2016

PlayStation 4

  • Cartoon Network Battle Crashers
  • Dishonored 2 (11/11/16)
  • Handball 17 (11/11/16)
  • My Name is Mayo (Cross Buy)
  • Root Letter
  • Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization

PlayStation VR

  • Eagle Flight
  • Robinson: The Journey

PlayStation Vita

  • My Name is Mayo (Cross Buy)
  • Root Letter

PlayStation 3

  • Handball 17 (11/11/16)

Check out this week’s Xbox One releases.

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