Today's PlayStation Store update promises to cover our screens with "literally hundreds of aliens, giants spiders, mutant lizards and more." That sort of thing hasn't happened since we installed demonic beta firmware, so it should feel just like old times if we download Crimsonland, an omni-directional beast-blasting shooter for PlayStation 4.

Meanwhile, the developers of Zeno Clash and Rock of Ages bring a new side-scrolling fighting game to the PS3. Abyss Odyssey is a curiously drawn adventure through procedurally generated levels, in which players can not only punch and kick their enemies, but possess them like puppets.

The PlayStation Vita gets One Piece Unlimited World Red, another game based of the energetic anime series, while the store as a whole gets several new discounts and pre-order opportunities. You can now call dibs on Far Cry 4's "Gold Edition," for instance, which grants the season pass and other goodies in addition to the PS3 and PS4 game. Far Cry 4 is one of many prominent pre-orders coming to the PlayStation Store over the coming months.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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