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PlayStation Store releases for October 30, 2018

Dream Daddy and The Quiet Man lead the lineup of new PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita games coming to the PlayStation Store.

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Dream Daddy and Taiko no Tatsujin lead the lineup of new PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita games coming to the PlayStation Store.

With Red Dead Redemption 2 dominating the conversation for the foreseeable future, let’s take a look at some of the quirkier video games heading to the PlayStation 4.

Pick of the week is Dream Daddy: Dadrector’s Cut, the dad dating simulation that became something of a phenomenon on PC last year. The updated version of the game comes to PS4 with brand new side quests, new story content, and a new mini-game.

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Also coming to the PlayStation Store is Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum Session! It’s the first game in Bandai Namco’s long-running music franchise to come to North America in an age, and the first time it’s had an official European release. A Switch version – called Drum ‘n’ Fun! – is also released this week.

Finally, Square Enix’s The Quiet Man gets a digital-only release, and there’s a free demo for Tetsuya Mizuguchi’s Tetris Effect.

Here’s the full lineup.

PlayStation Store releases – October 23, 2018

PlayStation 4

  • Call of Cthulhu
  • Chronus Arc (Cross Buy)
  • Death Mark (Oct. 31)
  • Dream Daddy: Dadrector’s Cut
  • Infinite Adventures
  • Legends of Catalonia: The Land of Barcelona
  • Nekopara Vol. 1 (Nov. 2)
  • Paper Dolls
  • The Quiet Man Limited Bundle (Nov. 1)
  • Redeemer: Enhanced Edition
  • Shadow of Loot Box (Nov. 2)
  • Super Pixel Racers (Oct. 31)
  • Super Volley Blast (Nov. 1)
  • Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum Session! (Nov. 2)

Playstation Vita

  • Chronus Arc (Cross Buy)
  • Death Mark(Oct. 31)
  • Revenge of the Bird King

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