Burnout Paradise Remastered takes pole position in this week’s lineup of PlayStation Store releases for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.
This week’s Playstation Store roster leans heavily into the past with a collection of remastered titles coming to the PlayStation 4. That’s no bad thing, however, when that lineup includes the glorious Burnout Paradise Remastered. It’s the best game in the series, and has been just as influential as it was controversial on its original release. Let’s hope Electronic Arts are testing the waters for a new game in the series.
Another worthwhile remaster is the Devil May Cry HD Collection. The collection pulls together the first three games in Hideki Kamiya’s popular action series.
As far as new games go, highlights include Surviving Mars, a promising sci-fi simulation game from Haemimont Games, and Q.U.B.E. 2, an expansive sequel to a first-person puzzle game we quite enjoyed. There’s also a welcome PS4 release for League of Geeks’ Armello.
Here’s the full PlayStation Store release lineup for next week:
PlayStation Store releases – March 13, 2018
- The 25th Ward: The Silver Case
- The American Dream
- Alchemist’s Castle (15th)
- Burnout Paradise Remastered (16th)
- The Council
- Cruz Brothers
- Devil May Cry HD Collection
- Gal Gunvolt Burst
- The Long Reach
- Maria the Witch (15th)
- Pure Farming 2018
- Q.U.B.E. 2
- The Raven Remastered
- Surviving Mars (15th)
- Tesla vs. Lovecraft
- Zeus Quest Remastered (15th)
- Hakuoki: Edo Blossoms
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