This week’s PSN store update has gone live and brings with it some free stuff and some top-notch games being made available. On the free front, PS+ users can get Remember Me free on the PS3 and the Vita version of Street Fighter x Tekken free as well. Demos are also available for Forest Legends: The Call of Love (quite possibly the wimpiest game title ever) and Strider. Strider is $15 on the PS3 and PS4, but doesn’t seem to be a cross-buy game. PS4 owners can now get AC IV: Black Flag Freedom Cry for $15 and Rayman Legends for $40. PS3 owners can get Forest Legends for $15, EDF 2025 for $50, or Freedom Cry. Gunslugs hits the Vita for $25, and a bundle on the PS3 with AC Liberation HD and Freedom Cry is available for $25. The Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn beta is available to download on PS4, and will go live on February 22 and last until March 2. Neo Contra is available as PS2 classic, finally marking a game actually worth owning via the service.
The PSOne Classics area gets Mr. Driller playable on the PS3, Vita, and PSP as well as the Japanese version of Tomba 2. Epic Mickey 2 gets a permanent price drop down to $20, as do Brave and Disney Universe, while LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean is only $10. A big Rockstar sales hits the store, with Bully down to $2.50, LA Noire down to $7.50 with its Rockstar Pass at $3, Max Payne 1 and Manhunt at $2.50, while Max Payne 3 is $5 and its ultimate edition is $6. Midnight Club 1, 2, and 3 are $2.50 each, while LA Remix is $5. Red Dead Redemption is $7.50, while the GOTY Edition is $10. Red Dead Revolver is $2.50, and The Warriors will only set you back $3.50 to come out and play.