Yet Another Week of New Games for the PlayStation Store

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Sony has released a new slate of downloadable games for the PlayStation Store, and while most releases nowadays are for the PlayStation 3, there are several PSP Minis available, too. This week's PlayStation 3 releases include a Castlevania game, a Resident Evil game, a gravity-bending platformer and a mercurial puzzler. Read on for the full list and more details.
Castlevania: Harmony of Despair can be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 for $15. Previously released on other platforms, this side-scrolling platformer has players once again battling Dracula.

Mercury Hg can be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 for $5. This latest Mercury puzzle game has players maneuvering through puzzling mazes while dealing with even more kinds of obstacles.

Resident Evil: Code Veronica X HD can be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 for $20. This horror game set three months after the destruction of Raccoon City has been re-released through the PlayStation Store.

Rochard can be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 for $10. This side-scrolling platformer has players taking on the role of an astro-miner who discovers an ancient alien artifact and then must use it to protect humanity. Developed by Recoil Games, Rochard poses gravity bending puzzles to players thanks to the upgradable G-Lifter.

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12 can now be downloaded directly to the PlayStation 3 for $60. You won't save money by downloading the digital version of this game previously released to stores, but you'll still be able to golf.

If you are still looking to download games for your PSP, you'll be able to download the PSP minis Jelly Pops ($4), Galcon Labs ($3) and Revoltin' Youth ($2).

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