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PlayStation Store releases for March 6, 2018

Scribblenauts Showdown and Bravo Team lead the PS4 and PS Vita games coming to the PlayStation Store from March 6, 2018.

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Scribblenauts Showdown and Bravo Team lead the PS4 and PS Vita games coming to the PlayStation Store from March 6, 2018.

Scribblenauts Showdown is our pick from this week’s lineup of PlayStation Store releases. The game – which is developed by Shiver Entertainment – is a multiplayer focussed entry in the series that features 25 mini games that use over 35,000 different objects. The game supports local play for up to four players, but also provides CPU opponents for solo play.

It’s also another good week for PS VR owners. First up is Bravo Team, the first-person co-op cover shooter from Supermassive Games. It’s joined by rhythm action game, Audio Beats, and the vibrant and immersive puzzle game, Rangi.

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Also worth a look is Way of the Passive Fist, an energetic and colourful brawler from Household Games that features a rhythm-based parry and dodge combat system.

And if you’re leaving the house, you can pick up Final Fantasy XV: Royal Edition and the complete Life is Strange: Before the Storm at retail.

Here’s the full PlayStation Store release lineup for next week:

PlayStation Store releases – March 6, 2018

PlayStation 4

  • Audio Beats (3rd)
  • Bravo Team
  • DJMax Respect
  • Fear Effect Sedna
  • Frantics
  • Midnight Deluxe
  • North
  • One Eyed Kutkh (9th)
  • Rangi
  • Scribblenauts Showdown
  • TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge
  • Way of the Passive Fist

Playstation Vita

  • Midnight Deluxe
  • North
  • One Eyed Kutkh (9th)
  • Root Double – Before Crime After Days – Xtend Edition (8th)

PlayStation 3

  • “Help, me.”

Bookmark our new releases page to get regular updates on the games coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch and 3DS.


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