More Games Added to the PlayStation Store

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Sony has added more downloadable games for the PlayStation 3 and PSP to the PlayStation Store, including a platformer with an exploding protagonist, Plants vs. Zombies, Double Fine's latest game and several classics from the original PlayStation. Read on for more details...
Explodemon can be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 for $10. This platformer features a hero who can detonate himself to fly into the air... sort of like another recently released platformer with "Splosion" in the title.


Harvest Moon: Back to Nature can be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 or PSP for $6, allowing players to revisit this game of farm and friendship development.

Plants vs. Zombies from PopCap can be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 for $15. This is an amazing strategy game in which players defend a suburban home from an onslaught of zombies by engaging in defensive horticulture.

Pocket Fighter, released on the original PlayStation, can now be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 or PSP for $6. This classic Capcom fighting game is adorable.

Reel Fishing II, released on the original PlayStation, can be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 or PSP for $6, allowing players to catch fish and raise them in an aquarium.

Stacking, from Double Fine Productions, can be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 for $15. The game has players taking on the role of Charlie Blackmore, the world's tiniest Russian stacking doll, able to jump into other stacking dolls and assume their special abilities.

Tales From Space: About a Blob can be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 for $15. This puzzle-oriented side-scrolling platformer has players taking on the role of insatiable blobs that eat everything.

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