EU PS Store update, June 26 – Hotline Miami, Tiny Tina, Soul Sacrifice, more

Wednesday, 26th June 2013 15:07 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Sony has updated the European end of the PS Store, and while you already know about the lovely PSone sale going on, there’s other goodies to be had. Head below for your weekly update.

New PlayStation Network content

PS3 games

Blood Knights (Trial available)
Dare To Fly
Deadpool (available from Friday 28th June)
Hotline Miami (Cross Buy)
Indie Bundle v2
Magic 2014 – Duels of the Planeswalkers (Trial available)
Ride to Hell Retribution (available from Friday 28th June)

PS Vita games: Hotline Miami (Cross Buy)


BioShock Infinite – Columbia’s Finest
Borderlands 2 – Tiny Tina’s Assault On Dragon Keep
Breakquest: Extra Evolution (x4)
GRID 2 (x2)
Guacamelee! – Costume Pack 1(Cross Buy)
Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory (x2)
MotoGP 13 – Season Pass
Pinball Arcade: Season 1 Bundle
Pinball Arcade: Season 1 Pro Bundle
Ratchet & Clank QForce – A Crack in Time Pack; All 4 One Pack
Ride To Hell Retribution – Cook Missions


Guacamelee! Costume Pack 1(Cross Buy)
MotoGP 13 – Season Pass
Pinball Arcade: Season 1 Bundle (£23.99/€29.99)
Pinball Arcade: Season 1 Pro Bundle (£31.99.€39.99)
Availability: Not available in Russia
Ratchet & Clank QForce – A Crack in Time Pack; All 4 One Pack
Soul Sacrifice – Black Rite: Angelus; The Revolutionary and the Sullied Maid’s Shade (free)

Pricing, availability and the rest can be found through the PS Blog.



  1. VibraniumSpork

    I’m intrigued by this Hotline Miami jazz…gotta pick that up. That and Epic Mickey 2′s going to make for a busy couple of weeks on my Vita.

    Plus Soul Sacrifice is the game that keeps on giving! What, that’s like the 3rd or 4th free DLC pack since release, right? Epic value.

    #1 2 years ago
  2. actuallyisnotafox

    im sorry what?! Deadpool £50 its £30 – £40 in british retail stores, i bet its 50 dollars or less in america and theyre charging 50?! arent we ment to be going digital and we have this… if the publisher does set the price they better by god chage their tatic come next gen.

    *sigh* a retail game has trade in value, the disc is no were as big as the capacity the online download takes up *sigh*

    #2 2 years ago
  3. KineticCalvaria

    @2, It’s Activision. ‘Nuff said.

    #3 2 years ago
  4. DrDamn

    I’m vaguely interested in Dare to Fly – in a “Where’s my proper PilotWings Nintendo you gits!” kind of way. It is Move only so will want to play/read reviews first though.

    #4 2 years ago
  5. VibraniumSpork

    @2 & @3 Yeah, this digital pricing thing is pretty ridiculous. In recent experience I’ve only seen a couple of situations where the PSN price reflects (or betters) that of Retail: The Last of Us at £39.99 and Soul Sacrifice at £29.99. Both also came with bonus DLC.

    I can’t understand how Activision et al really hope to give their games a digital chance with this policy. I always imagine that the demographic for buying games at that price must be comprised of people who don’t live near bricks-and-mortar stores…but what’s the chance of that same group having access to a decent enough ‘net connection to allow for a whacking great download? Other than that they must surely only hold appeal for people with more money than sense…

    Either way, it must be obvious that the returns are marginal compared to what they’d be if they released £10-15 cheaper. Anything I’m missing here?

    #5 2 years ago
  6. KineticCalvaria

    @5, precisely. Infact I bought TLoU on PSN as it was competitive with retail and saves me having to go out and get the game, but the difference is that TLoU is a first party title therefore it’s probably more profitable for Sony to offer it at a competitive price digitally as its on their platform.

    Same goes for Soul Sacrifice, most third party publishers are just too greedy.

    #6 2 years ago

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