The heat is on this week in Europe’s PlayStation Store update with both Flame Over (which Charlie reviewed here) and Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number both releasing for the PlayStation Vita!

Take a look below for the full listing and let us know if anything catches your eye in the comments below!

PlayStation Vita;

  • Aabs Animals (PS Vita & PS3) Bundle  £6.49/€7.99/$11.95
  • Doodle Kingdom – £4.99/€5.99/$8.95
  • Flame Over -£7.99/€9.99/$14.95
  • Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number (Not available in AU/NZ) – £10.99/€14.99
  • Reel Fishing: Master’s Challenge (Not available Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Netherlands, Norway, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine) – £19.99/€24.99/$37.95

PlayStation Mobile;

  • Appli Archives G-mode BurgerTime – £2.39/€2.99/$4.95
  • Star Sabotage 2.1 – £1.19/€1.49/$2.45
  • Ahhh! Asteroids – £2.19/€2.79/$4.75
  • One Image Viewer – £1.19/€1.49/$2.45
  • Snow Material – £0.79/€0.99/$1.75
  • RYUJIN – £0.79/€0.99/$1.75
  • 3D Zombie survival – £3.69/€4.49/$7.75
  • Warfare Shooter – £4.49/€5.49/$9.25
  • Match – £4.49/€5.49/$9.25
  • 25 Invisible Mazes – £1.19/€1.49/$2.45
  • Cube Dasher – £0.79/€0.99/$1.75
  • Miners Of the Sky: Battlefront – £2.19/€2.79/$4.75
  • Fragment’s Note (ENG) – £3.19/€3.99/$6.95

PS Vita DLC;

– Doodle Kingdom

  • 10000 crystals – £3.99/€4.99/$7.55
  • 1000 crystals – £0.79/€0.99/$1.45
  • 30000 crystals – £7.99/€9.99/$14.95
  • 3000 crystals – £1.69/€1.99/$2.95

– Magical Beats

  • BLAZBLUE Music & Character Pack Vol.3 – £2.99/€3.59/$5.45
  • BLAZBLUE Music & Character – Lust SIN – JIN – £0.59/€0.75/$1.15
  • BLAZBLUE Music & Character – Gluttony Fang – HAZAMA – £0.59/€0.75/$1.15
  • BLAZBLUE Music & Character – Queen of rose – RACHEL – £0.59/€0.75/$1.15
  • BLAZBLUE Music & Character – Marionette Purple – CARL – £0.59/€0.75/$1.15
  • BLAZBLUE Music & Character – Susanooh II – HAKUMEN – £0.59/€0.75/$1.15
  • BLAZBLUE Music & Character – Reppu II – BANG – £0.59/€0.75/$1.15

– MONOPOLY

  • JUST DANCE DLC – £2.49/€2.99/$4.55
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Charlie Large is the Deputy Editor of The Vita Lounge and has been a part of the site for over 2 years! A fan of all things PlayStation, he spends most of his time playing, writing, talking or thinking about games! You will find him currently splitting his time between his PS4 and Vita trying to work through an ever-rising backlog of brilliant titles!
  • Buckybuckster

    Heads up, according to what I read at Gamespot, looks like Sony is dropping the PS Mobile format in April. Anything that you’ve purchased will still be playable after that date, as long as you have the game downloaded to a memory card. Anything you haven’t will be unavailable to you for good. And that’s even if it’s been paid for. All hail the digital age of gaming!