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Alien: Isolation Add-On Pack ‘The Trigger’ Out Now!

Alien: Isolation

“Let’s just focus on getting out of here alive. We can play follow the leader later.” – Ricardo

SEGA announced today that ‘The Trigger’, the fifth add-on pack for multi-award winning survival horror Alien: Isolation™, will be available to download from today. Seeing players compete against the clock across three terrifying new maps for Alien: Isolation’s Survivor Mode, ‘The Trigger’ may be the game’s most challenging add-on to date.

Alien: Isolation DLC - The Trigger

Set before the events of Alien: Isolation, ‘The Trigger’ puts players in the shoes of Sevastopol Station’s Ricardo. Across the three new maps, players will find a new terror around every corner. The creature is quick and cunning and the synthetics ruthless and relentless; both are brutal and deadly.

Prioritizing the lives of the station’s inhabitants over his own survival, Ricardo will do whatever he can to assist Marshal Waits in his plan to destroy the creature. There was a package of explosives with one of the marshals but nothing has been heard of him for some time. If Ricardo can secure Prisoner Processing and escape the creature, there’s a chance he can track down the marshal in Synthetic Storage and blast the creature into the depths of space.

Alien: Isolation DLC - The Trigger

Alien: Isolation is the multi-award-winning first-person survival horror game with end of year awards from PC Gamer, Official Xbox Magazine, Rock Paper Shotgun, Eurogamer, IGN, Destructoid, Official PlayStation Magazine (UK), Time Magazine, New Statesman, The Guardian, Game Reactor (Germany, Sweden, Finland), Games Radar, Edge Magazine and many more. With over 50 Game of the Year accolades, the press and public have commended the return to form of Ridley Scott’s terrifying creature. Set on board a decommissioned trading station in the fringes of space, players find themselves in an atmosphere of constant dread and mortal danger as an unpredictable, ruthless Alien is stalking and killing deep in the shadows. Underpowered and underprepared, you must scavenge resources, improvise solutions and use your wits, not just to succeed in your mission, but to simply stay alive.


March Means Much More Downloadable Content for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F 2nd

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The first of three batches of downloadable content for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd launches today on PlayStation network for the PS3 & PSVITA. Below is a summary of all content available this March with each update. Remember, these are worldwide releases, so the date of release may differ depending on where you live.

March 3rd Update – New Rhythm Game Songs

The End of Solitude by Hikarisyuyo

To the End of Infinity by Tsurishi P

March 3rd Update – New Skins

Black Star Skin

Blue Moon Skin

Buddies Skin

Greenfield Skin

March 3rd Update – New Modules

Blue Moon

Black Star

March 17th Update – New Rhythm Game Songs

Just Be Friends by Dixie Flatline

Magnet by Minato (Ryusei P)

March 17th Update – New Skins

Butterflies Colorful

Butterflies Silver

Butterflies Gold

March 17th Update – New Modules

Fairy Macaron for Megurine Luka

Nagisa Replica for Megurine Luka

Aile d’Ange for Hatsune Miku

Megurine Luka Conflict

Hatsune Miku’s Snow Miku 2015

March 31 Update – Rhythm Game Songs

Rosary Pale by Shinjou-P

Promise by samfree

March 31 Update – New Skins


Blue Rose

Gothic Snow

March 31 Update – New Modules

Hatsune Miku Cute

Kagamine Rin Cute

Classic for Kaito

Campus for Kaito

Costume & Song Club

For fans who want to own every piece of content, SEGA has two great sales initiatives; the Costume Club and Song Club, both of which offer more than 25% savings and are available for purchase now on PlayStation Network. All Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd downloadable content is cross-buy enabled, meaning that content purchased on either platform functions on both the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita, and can be purchased individually on PlayStation Network.

Have a favorite update? Looking forward to anything in particular? Let us know in the comments!