Ninjas abound on PlayStation Store this week. Battle larger than life foes against the backdrop of 16th-century Japan in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, or if you prefer a more retro-styled shinobi-centric adventure – test your mettle in The Messenger.
Check out our full list of highlights below, then head over to PlayStation Store for more information.
Become a master shinobi as you explore the blood-soaked Sengoku period of Japan in the new action-adventure by FromSoftware – the creator of Bloodborne and the Dark Souls series. Mix stealth, head-to-head combat, vertical movement and an arsenal of prosthetic tools to take down your enemies.
Hit indie The Messenger seems like a good old-fashioned action platformer at first, but morphs into a time-travel adventure with a healthy side order of humour. Step into the shoes of a ninja as you battle memorable villains, find hidden levels and play with character upgrades.
Feeling nostalgic? SNK celebrates its 40th anniversary by releasing a collection of classic arcade games from its golden age. Revisit fan-favourite retro titles including the Ikari trilogy, Psycho Soldier, Crystalis and more.
Square Enix’s Final Fantasy spin-off Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon is back with updated graphics, unique new dungeons and local co-op. Enjoy an engaging story as you fight and befriend monsters to help you clear treacherous dungeons. The more monsters you collect, the easier it’ll be to conquer any obstacles headed your way.
Marvelous’ new anime action title picks up where Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star left off with improved visuals and a bigger roster of playable characters. Play around with new battle mechanics in single-player and go all-out in a multiplayer mode supporting 4 vs 4 online battles.
Join the major leagues in the latest instalment of Sony San Diego Studio’s baseball simulator. Try out new game modes, updated player customisation, online multiplayer or build your name in the RPG-style career mode.
*All release dates are correct at time of publication.
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