Lots of Downloadable Games Sneak Into the PlayStation Store Before the Holidays

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Sony has released several new games for the PlayStation 3 and PSP through the PlayStation Store.
Toy Home is a racing game that takes advantage of the SixAxis controller to allow players to race tiny cars around a family home. Toy Home costs $10.


Snakeball is also available for $10 and has players engaging in a combat-intensive futuristic sport on a disco floor.

Trials of Topoq requires the PlayStation Eye, costs $5, and has players maneuvering balls through the city of Topoq by moving in view of the camera.

Mesmerize: Distort costs $2 and lets players toy with the PlayStation Eye camera, with movements and sounds observed by the camera distorting images on the screen.

Finally, Warhawk is now downloadable for both the PlayStation 3 and PSP. This port of the original Warhawk costs $6. And if you are a PSP owner, you can also download SOCOM US Navy SEALs: Fireteam Bravo for $15.

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