New releases for August 4-10

Ultra Street Fighter 4 for PC, Sacred 3, and the PlayStation versions of The Swapper lead this week's new releases.


It's time to fight! Whether you're looking to do so in a fantasy world like in Sacred 3 or go mano-a-mano in Ultra Street Fighter 4, the time for fighting is now. Of course, you're also welcome to go exploring in the downloadable adventures of The Road Not Taken and The Swapper, the latter of which hits PlayStation platforms this week. Check out the full list of new games below.


  • Ultra Street Fighter 4 (download - $15 digital upgrade)
  • Sacred 3 (download - $50)
  • Road Not Taken (download)
  • Darksiders Collection (download - $30)
  • Red Faction Collection (download - $30)
  • Jet Gunner (download)
  • Guns and Robots (download)
  • Mind: Path to Thalamus (download)
  • Rex Rocket (download)
  • Pe-2: Dive Bomber (download)
  • Back to Bed (download)
  • Amazing World (download)
  • Kingdom Tales 2 (download)
  • Direct Hit: Missile War (download)
  • Cloud Chamber (download)
  • Heroes of a Broken Land (download)
  • Orbital Gear (download)
  • GamersGoMakers (download)
  • Victory At Sea (download)
  • Frontline: Road to Moscow (download)
  • Another Perspective (download)
  • Stonerid (download)

PlayStation 4

  • The Swapper (download)
  • The Road Not Taken (download - free for PlayStation Plus members)

Xbox One

  • None

Xbox 360

  • Sacred 3
  • Ultra Street Fighter 4 (retail)
  • Darksiders Collection

PlayStation 3

  • Sacred 3
  • Ultra Street Fighter 4 (retail)
  • Akiba's Trip: Undead & Undressed
  • Darksiders Collection
  • Red Faction Collection
  • The Swapper (download)

Wii U

  • None

PlayStation Vita

  • Metrico
  • Akiba's Trip: Undead & Undressed
  • Table Top Racing
  • The Swapper (download)

Nintendo 3DS

  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  • The Mysterious Murasme Castle (download)
  • Xtreme Sports (download)
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