This week on the drop we have a few little gems worth a look; including Draw Slasher, Guilty Gear, and Thomas Was Alone!

PS Vita Releases:

Draw Slasher ($5.99 – 495MB)

  • Meet Hanzo. He’s a ninja. While he was training ‘out there’ the Pirate Monkey Zombies – stupid, ugly, smelly, rotten and disgusting creatures – kidnapped his family. Take control of his awesome blade and aid him in the quest to free them.

Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R ($14.99 – 915MB)

  • An all new Guilty Gear from the chart-topping 2D fighting game series is finally available on PlayStation Vita system!

Thomas Was Alone ($9.99, Cross-Buy with PS3 – 270MB)

  • Thomas Was Alone is the critically acclaimed indie platformer about friendship and jumping. Guide a group of sentient rectangles through a series of environments, combining their skills to reach the end of each level.


Free PS+ Game:

  • SoulCalibur: Broken Destiny


Added to PS Vita Store:

  • Black Rock Shooter The Game
  • Ragnarok Tactics


PS Vita Add-ons:

  • Thomas Was Alone – Benjamin’s Flight ($3.49, Cross-Buy with PS3) – In this Thomas Was Alone level pack, discover the tale of young Benjamin, who goes in search of the Fountain of Wisdom aided by his father’s incredible invention. Benjamin meets a new companion and a familiar face in this story, which takes place in the events leading up to Thomas’s emergence.


Spring Fever Sale (PS+):

  • Thomas Was Alone – PS+ $7.99
  • Resident Evil: Director’s Cut – PS+ $3.49, Regular Sale $4.99
  • Resident Evil 2 – PS+ $2.09, Regular Sale $2.99
  • Resident Evil 3: Nemesis – PS+ $2.09, Regular Sale $2.99


Price Change:

  • Ape Quest – PSP Game (now: $7.99)
  • The Con – PSP Game (now: $7.99)
  • echochrome – PSP Game (now: $7.99)
  • echoshift – PSP Game (now: $9.99)
  • Eye of Judgement Legends – PSP Game (now: $14.99)
  • Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake – PSP Game (now: $14.99)
  • Gangs of London – PSP Game (now: $14.99)
  • Hot Shots Shorties Bundle – PSP Game (now: $9.99)
  • Hot Shots Tennis Get a Grip – PSP Game (now: $14.99)
  • No Heroes Allowed! – PSP Game (now: $7.99)
  • Ragnarok Tactics – PSP Game (now: $19.99)
  • Savage Moon: The Hera Campaign – PSP Game (now: $7.99)
  • Super Stardust Portable – PSP Game (now: $7.99)
  • WipeOut Pulse – PSP Game (now: $14.99)
  • Hexyz Force – PSP Game (now: $7.49)
  • Zombie Tycoon – PS mini (now: $2.99)


More for other systems at the Source.

  • JonofPDX

    Thomas, Fistful of Cake and No Hero’s Allowed (which was so much more charming before the name change) might be worth a look. Broken Destiny will be taking Tekken’s place as “PSP fighter I will try once before realizing I have better fighters made for the Vita”.

    All in all, not a terrible week for guys (and gals) in NA but nothing that blows me away. Third or fourth week in a row of “meh”.

    • Good job next week has two games worth waiting for then 🙂

      • Buckybuckster

        Really?? Two big games next week? Most likely rubbish titles no one
        has ever heard of…… LOL!! ; )

        As far as this week is concerned SC, Draw Slasher, and Thomas are on the docket for me. Speaking of Thomas, I fear not many folks will give this game a chance. I really hope that I’m underestimating the gaming populus, but I think most will turn a blind eye to the game once they see the minimalist visuals.

        If ever there was a game where story and gameplay truly trumped graphics, Thomas Was Alone is that game.

      • JonofPDX

        Cant wait for Zombie Tycoon 🙂 .

        What’s the other one?

        • Notsureifserious 😛


          • JonofPDX

            Lmao. Wow–can’t believe I forgot SS, probably the biggest release of the year so far for the Vita.

            After I played the demo and decided it wasn’t for me it kind of slipped out of my consciousness. Still, here’s hoping it pushed some systems 🙂 .

  • Kyle seems to not like categorizing his posts. 😛

    • Kyle Wakeling

      My bad; too many boxes too fill out =P

  • I’ve always wanted to play the full version of Ape Quest, but $20 seemed like way too much for it. At only $8 now it definitely seems much more reasonable, though I’ll need to check to see if it’s compatible on the Vita.