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Playstation Game Releases February 3rd to 9th 2018

Included is a list of all the Playstation game releases for February 3rd to 9th 2018. This list goes over all the titles freshly releasing on the various platforms. Note that certain releases might change due to developer delays or certification issues and we'll do our best to update things as that happens. You're able to click on the title of the games to see the Playstation Store page for your region and to get additional information such as pricing. If you're looking for more details on those games it's best to check out our previews or the Install Sizes Area (Click here) since most game sizes will be available there. The "VR" tag will note if the releases support Playstation VR. Finally, there will be a "Review" tag for the games we either have reviews on or will be reviewing around launch so look forward to those.
Shadow of the Colossus Playstation Screenshot
February 6th
Shadow of the Colossus
-The classic game has been rebuilt from the ground up for the Playstation 4.

Mercenary Kings: Reloaded
-A sidescroller shooter featuring hardcore elements and cooperative play.

Marooners "Review"
-A party game for a pile of players to battle it out within.

Dragon Sinker
-This is a retro style RPG featuring 8-bit graphics.

-Dandara has come to save the land of Salt, a heroine the people need.

Bleed 2 "Review"
-The pink haired heroine Wryn, the world’s greatest hero has returned to save the world once more.

February 8th
Aegis Defenders
-A mash of a tower defense and an action platformer become a Ruinhunter looking for a mystical weapon.

Heroine Anthem Zero Episode 1
-This is the first episode in an epic fantasy adventure game.

February 9th
Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late [st]
-This entry builds upon the original fighting game with new characters and modes to play.

The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia
-Travel through Britannia battling with an array of well known characters from the time.

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Gamerheadquarters Reviewer Jason Stettner
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