Another Week of Downloadable Games Reaches the PlayStation Store

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SonySony has released another few downloadable games through the PlayStation Store to keep you sated until the big releases once again start rolling in. This week includes a re-release of the first two Final Fantasy games, a chance to pilot a rescue helicopter and another to build crazy machines.
Choplifter HD can now be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 for $15. This classic arcade game (that some of us enjoyed in the early 1980s on the Apple II) has been re-imagined, but once again has players piloting a rescue helicopter through a warzone.

Crazy Machines Elements can be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 for $10, allowing PlayStation 3 owners to experience the latest installment in the Crazy Machines series of puzzle games that have you building contraptions to trigger "wacky chain reactions."

Final Fantasy Origins can be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 or PSP for $10. This collection includes the first two Final Fantasy role-playing games.

Sports Champions was originally released as part of the PlayStation Move launch bundle, but can now be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 for $30. It features a variety of sports such as archery, disc golf, table tennis and beach volleyball.

Toy Story 3: The Video Game, released in 2010, can be downloaded for $20 to the PlayStation 3. The game has players taking on the role of Woody, Buzz or Jesse as they rescue their companion toys in action based on the animated film.

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