EU PS Store Update 04/07/17 – SpeedRunners, Toby: The Secret Mine & PS+

The EU PS Blog’s store updates reach new, even more farcical heights this week, as almost all of the links point to an invalid placeholder. All, that is, except for Sony’s own release of That’s You! The first of their smart phone connected PlayLink games, and a bonus seventh game in this month’s stellar PlayStation Plus line up, which also contains Until Dawn and Game of Thrones.

Find the following PS+ games here.

  • Until Dawn – PS4
  • Game of Thrones: A Telltale Series – PS4
  • That’s You – PS4 (4th July onwards)
  • Tokyo Jungle – PS3
  • Darkstalkers Resurrection – PS3
  • Don’t Die Mr Robot – PS Vita (cross-buy with PS4)
  • Element4l – PS Vita

Aside from that, it’s a relatively subdued week. There’s the release of Speedrunners, Toby: The Secret Mine and DLC for Little Nightmares.

The list from the EU PS Blog is below, but you’ll have to head straight to the store and find the games for yourself.


PS Vita

  • Accel World VS. Sword Art Online
    7 July
  • Ninja Usagimaru: Two Tails of Adventure
    7 July


4 July


  • Defence Budget Pack (only available until 10th July)

5 July


  • FortKnight’s Fast Faction
  • Mr Quick’s Speedy Bunch
  • Salem’s Sprint Squad
  • Trails Pack

6 July

3on3 Freestyle

  • 3on3 FreeStyle – PlayStation Plus Bonus Pack (July) (Not in Australia or Russia)

7 July

Little Nightmares

  • Little Nightmares The Depths DLC

God Wars: Future Past

  • Additional Scenario 2 (Not in Saudi Arabia)
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  1. I’m sure Tokyo Jungle has been given away before.

    • Nope.

      Plz take note, Sony. That’s how you do hyperlinks properly.

  2. I think the reason for the broken placeholder links is that all of the games listed are being released sometime later in the week, except for that 1 that’s released today and has a working link.

    They can’t link to something that’s not there yet.

    There’s about a 50% chance they’ll remember to update the links throughout the week as they get released.

    • That would be true normally but recently they have even cocked up sale links too (e.g. the Double Discount sale recently).

      • Yeah, they couldn’t be arsed fixing it today. Just put up 500+ discounts instead (digital things and Japanese games, so mostly obscure RPGs and musou games).

        But they got the bit of the store for the discounts half right at least. They usually just dump all the discounts in the store and wait hours before saying they did it. This week, there’s a link to the discounts, but it’s kind of half broken.

  3. I’ve just had a quick go at Until Dawn (which I think is still downloading the rest of the game).

    What were they thinking giving us a dark and snowy game in July??

    Also, it’s massively disappointing. Characters I’ve instantly disliked, cheap jump scares (that so far have completely failed), slow walking that annoying fixed camera angle thing when you suddenly end up facing the wrong way, and some dodgy animations and frame rates. And random bits answering questions about scary things with that bloke who was last seen stroking his hammer in a very dubious way in American Gods.

    I’ll keep at it to see if it improves, but so far I’m glad I never bought it in one of the endless sales.

    • Don’t expect too much from it and it’s an enjoyable romp and a bit mad towards the end! :)
      That bloke asking the questions was the creepiest part, i think he is going to feature in the upcoming Inpatient game for PSVR.

      • I don’t know if it’s the slightly stiff animations and dodgy lip-sync, or the weird eyes, or if they just had so many lines to read due to the whole branching story thing, or if they were deliberately trying to make it a bit low-budget horror acting.

        But there’s a couple of good actors there that don’t seem to be doing a very good job of it. Creepy question bloke was wonderfully deranged as Czernobog in American Gods. Rami Malek was great in Mr Robot, but not very good in this.

        Maybe it’s a case of “we’ve got the cheerleader from Heroes, and that bloke who was the worst thing in Agents of Shield, so let’s try and not show them up too much by actually acting”

        And while stupid decisions are to be expected, and even necessary, from a cheap horror film, they’re not usually that idiotic. One of the girls can’t move a minecart. And can’t squeeze around the side because of her improbable boobs. But doesn’t think of just climbing over it? Thwarted by something about 3 feet tall she could stand on without having to duck!

        Actually, maybe if I just take the piss out of it for being a bit crap, it’ll become enjoyable?

    • I went in not expecting to like it, but ended up loving it. The characters are god damn annoying, but they do pretty much reflect almost every character ever to be in a teenage slash/horror movie – I’m pretty sure they did it on purpose. I tried my best to kill one of them, but the bloody b*tch survived! lol

      I’d recommend sticking with it, as the story & tempo changes quite dramatically as you go on. I thought I had it all worked out, then discovered i was completely wrong.

      • Does the annoying thing where you have to keep still pop up again? Because it seems to be a bit too sensitive. Failed to hold a torch still in the basement 3 times because it kept saying I was moving the controller. And 1 of those attempts involved me putting the controller down on a flat, sturdy surface and giving it evil looks from across the room.

      • I can only remember it once or twice maybe. Can’t say I had a problem with it. Saying that, the amount of times my controllers have flown across the room, I wouldn’t be surprised if the 6 axis thingy doesn’t work at all.

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