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These are your new PlayStation Store releases this week

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This week PlayStation Store delivers a dilemma for players who love sci-fi: do you step into the shoes of a Jedi or a Time Lord? For some, it’ll be a tough choice, as Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and Doctor Who: The Edge of Time both launch on PS4 in the next few days.

Of course, you might not be of the sci-fi persuasion. Maybe you’re more of a horror person, who likes to spice up solving puzzles with the threat of imminent death. If that’s you, then take a look at Last Labyrinth.  

None of the above work for you? The rest of this week’s releases will likely have something to suit. Have a browse below…*

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Why it should be on your radar:

As anyone who played Titanfall 2’s thrilling campaign can attest, Respawn Entertainment knows how to make a compelling action game. So we’re excited to see the results as it brings its magic touch to the iconic sci-fi saga.

Star Wars fans are well-served with a story that further embellishes the turbulent era between Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope, while a third-person adventure platter of sprawling worlds to explore, unlockable upgrades and lightsaber-focused combat will no doubt interest genre fanatics.

Last Labyrinth

Why it should be on your radar:

You’re wheelchair-bound and trapped in a mysterious mansion. Your only hope of escape? Directing Katia, your fully-mobile AI companion, to solve puzzles and get you both out.

Few developers would take on the challenge of a gameplay experience that’s wholly dependent on interaction with a single NPC. Yet those involved in creating this PS VR puzzler also had a hand in the likes of ICO and The Last Guardian.

Doctor Who: The Edge of Time

Why it should be on your radar:

If Last Labyrinth isn’t to your PS VR tastes, perhaps embarking on a perilous adventure across time and space will be. This tie-in to the long-running BBC series brings with it a who’s-who (pardon the pun) of iconic monsters. Whovians concerned about this being an inauthentic treatment of their favourite show should be mollified by these words from the studio behind it.

*Release dates are correct ay time of publication. Release details may vary by region.

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