Awesomenauts (and Others) Storm the PlayStation Store

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SonySony has released more downloadable games for the PlayStation 3 and Vita, as well as a token tiny game for the PSP, through the PlayStation Store. The highest profile game of the week is Awesomenauts, but there are also downloadable versions of previously released games. Read on for the full list and more details...
Awesomenauts can be downloaded for $10. This game from dtp entertainment and Ronimo Games (the folks behind Swords & Soldiers) is a "side-scrolling multiplayer online battle arena game." How's that for a specific genre? Set in the year 3587, players take on the role of elite mercenaries battling across alien worlds.

Battlefield: Bad Company 2, originally released in early 2010, can now be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 for $20. This Battlefield game from DICE offers another adventure with "B" Company on larger, open maps with a wider variety of vehicles.

Disney Universe can be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 for $30, allowing players to put on Disney costumes and face challenges set in various Disney settings.

The Legend of Dragoon, released on the original PlayStation can now be downloaded for $6.

Mortal Kombat, also available in physical stores, can be downloaded to the Vita for $40. The Vita version of this reboot of the classic fighting franchise includes an extensive story mode, tons of challenges and the ability to battle other gamers online.

Doc Clock: The Toasted Sandwich of Time can be downloaded for $7.50, allowing players to enjoy this side-scrolling platformer in which players can invent their own tools and vehicles to tackle physics-based puzzles.

Max Payne (the version released on the PlayStation 2) can now be downloaded for $10.

Rayman 2: Revolution, as released on the PlayStation 2, can be downloaded for $10.

Also available today is the PSP mini Floating Cloud God Saves the Pilgrims ($3).

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