It's a foot-to-ball sort of week on the PS Vita Store.

That's thanks to the annual instalment of everyone's favourite ball-kicking game and the inclusion of a classic indie horror game on the PSN store.

It's also time for a new batch of free PS Plus games. So, if you're a PS Plus subscriber, prepare to buy yet another Vita memory card.

There's not a lot else otherwise, but we're not going to complain. Two big downloadable releases and a bunch of free games is okay with us!

Let's see what's on offer this week, then...

Full-price releases

Lone Survivor is the big one this week. It's an indie horror game, filled with nasty pixels and horrible noises that will make you want to cry.

But seriously... I don't think I've ever played a game before Lone Survivor that was so grim that it made me feel mentally fatigued. How many games can you say that about, huh.

With £9.99, you can bag this big ball of digital nerves. It's definitely worth it, especially if you love scares.

FIFA 14 is the latest entry in EA's long-running series. You know, in case you hadn't guessed. EA admits this iteration is just a re-skin of last year's release with new player rosters, so you might not want to bother.

Or maybe you will. I won't judge you (much). That'll cost you a whopping £44.99 on Vita. Or you can pick up the PSP version for £19.99.

Sales, price drops, and PS Plus

In the US, there's a sale on Assassin's Creed games. This means you can pick up the fairly decent Assassin's Creed III: Liberation for $18.89 if you so choose.

Urban Trial Freestyle is also on sale for $4.99.

But PS Plus is where it's at. On the European PS Vita store, you can download Street Fighter X Tekken and Touch My Katamari for free.

On the US store, meanwhile, you can bag Rayman Origins for free, and Limbo on the cheap ($11.99).

There aren't any new PlayStation Mobile releases this week, so that's your lot.

Until next week!