Here are full details of the new PS4 and PS Vita video games hitting the PlayStation Store from February 5, 2019.
There aren’t any big hitters on this week’s PlayStation Store release lineup, but there are few gems to unearth if you can pull yourself away from Resident Evil 2 and Kingdom Hearts III.
One game we’re hopeful for is Aurélien Regard’s Away: Journey to the Unexpected. The game is described as a ‘feel-good FPS’ with roguelike elements. It also looks lovely, and features a soundtrack by Kazuhiko Naruse.
Elsewhere, safe-cracking puzzler Access Denied comes to both PS4 and PS Vita. And another puzzle game worth a look is Onyx Lute’s Glass Masquerade, which arrives on PS4 a few years after becoming a cult hit on PC. It’s an artistic and elegant game that combines jigsaws, stained-glass, and clocks.
There’s also a cockroach game coming to PSVR called Fear of Bugs. Welcome to the future of interactive entertainment, everyone.
Here’s the full lineup of new PlayStation store releases.
PlayStation Store releases – February 5, 2019
- Access Denied (Cross Buy)
- Ages of Mages: The last keeper
- Away: Journey to the Unexpected
- Crisis VRigade
- Elk Simulator (Feb 6)
Evoland Legendary Edition
- Fear of Bugs – The Fear Experience (Feb 7)
- Glass Masquerade
- God Eater 3
- The Mage’s Tale
- Melbits World
- Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 2
- Pipe Push Paradise (Feb 6)
- Pro Fishing Simulator
- Rage Room
- Riot: Civil Unrest
- Shanky: The Vegan’s Nightmare
- Spike Volleyball
- Access Denied (Cross Buy)
This month’s PS Plus games – which includes Hitman and For Honor – will also be available from February 5, 2019.
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