Even More Games Reach the PlayStation Store

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SonyWhile there are new games for Sony's various platforms, the big addition this week is that Skype (the communication service) is now available for Sony's Vita. There are also a variety of new downloadable games, so read on for the full list of titles and details...
Battlefield 3 can be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 for $60. The game reached stores in October but is now available (for the full launch price) as a download. The multiplayer online sensation that began with Battlefield 1942 has the usual substantive multiplayer mode along with a single player campaign and co-operative mode based around the role of modern United States Marines.


Bejeweled 3, the latest version of the match-three game from PopCap (part of Electronic Arts) can now be downloaded for $15.

The Cursed Crusade can be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 for $20. The game has two adventurers setting out across Western Europe amidst the Fourth Crusade

Darkstalkers 3, released on the original PlayStation, can be downloaded for $6, allowing players to once again experience this classic fighting game.

Feeding Frenzy 2: Shipwreck Showdown can be downloaded for $10 and has players eating their way up the aquatic food chain.

Future Cop L.A.P.D., released on the original PlayStation, can be downloaded for $6. In the game, players get to retake the streets of L.A. with a futuristic assault vehicle.

Grease Dance can be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 for $20. The game uses the PlayStation Move controller to have players dance along with characters from the film Grease.

Hot Shots Golf: Out of Bounds - Complete Collection can be downloaded for $25. This includes both the over-the-top golf game itself and all of the downloadable content released for the game.

Red Faction, originally released on the PlayStation 2, can be downloaded for $10, allowing gamers to help a Mars Miner battle the oppressive mining corporation that rules the planet.

The Walking Dead: Episode 1 - A New Day can now be downloaded. This is the first episode in Telltale Games' latest adventure, based on the television series of the same name. The entire season can be pre-purchased for $20, or the first episode can be acquired for $5. Either way, gamers get to take on the role of a Lee Everett, a criminal who gets a second chance thanks to the zombie apocalypse.

Zuma, PopCap's classic puzzle game in which a frog explores temples by matching moving spheres, can now be downloaded for $10.

Also available this week are the PSP minis Golf Mania ($4) and Ikari III: The Rescue ($3).

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