Media Molecule’s upcoming titles is available to pre-order on the PlayStation Store in Europe, available for just £19.99 – £10 cheaper than what LittleBigPlanet when it first launched. In addition, the two pre-order bonuses are also available via the PlayStation Store.
Killzone Mercenary is heading to the PS Vita this September, Guerrilla has revealed. You’ll be able to pick up the portable FPS in Europe from September 4th 2013, and September 6th in the UK. In addition, Guerrilla has also revealed details on the exclusive content you’ll get for pre-ordering your copy of the game, as well as releasing a new trailer.
Media Molecule has revealed details on the exclusive bonus content you’ll get for pre-ordering your copy of Tearaway for PS Vita. The game will be available in two different pre-order packages, available from participating retailers: The Jukebox Pack and The Special Delivery Pack. The game will be releasing in stores and on the PlayStation Store on October 23rd 2013.
Those of you who have pre-ordered When Vikings Attack can now download the game, ahead of the game’s official release date of tomorrow in Europe. If not, the game will automatically be downloaded on to your PS3 before tomorrow. If you only own a PS Vita, you’ll be able to download the game from your download list, but the game isn’t playable yet.
Persona 4 Golden releases this holiday season, exclusively for PS Vita, but if you pre-order the game from participating retailer you’ll receive a free special gift – a PS Vita skin. Atlus will include a PS Vita skin with every pre-order while stocks last, so be sure to pre-order your copy as soon as possible.
LittleBigPlanet on the PS Vita is now available to pre-order. Depending on the retailer you choose and which country you live in, you will get a different pre-order bonus costume packs. Gamers have two choices of costume packs: Knights of Old or BioShock. The former will be exclusive to pre-orders, and won’t be available to purchase in the future.
Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation, scheduled for release in late October, is now available to pre-order from the PlayStation Store as a digital download. You can only pre-order the game via the PlayStation Store on the PS3, however.
With only a few weeks to go until the PlayStation Vita launches in Europe, retailers are starting to lure customers with pre-order offers. Amazon.co.uk are enticing gamers with a very attractive offer, giving away a 8GB memory card for free and one of six games for £15. If you already pre-ordered from Amazon, don’t worry – you are entitled to the same offer.