Sony Releases Another Week's Downloadable Games Through the PlayStation Store

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SonySony has released a new batch of downloadable games through the PlayStation Store, including several re-releases of retail games, an audio-visual experience and a bizarre boulder attack game. For the full list and more details, read on...
Goldeneye 007: Reloaded, released for the PlayStation 3 in November, can now be downloaded directly to the PlayStation 3 for $60. This is a new take on the classic first-person shooter of the same name released for the Nintendo 64, featuring four-player, split-screen multiplayer action as well as a single-player story.


Jam Live Music Arcade can be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 for $10. Using a conventional controller or guitar peripheral, the software allows players to compose their own music.

Myst, as released on the original PlayStation, can now be downloaded for $6. FI implores you, bring us the aubergine pages!

PixelJunk 4am can be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 for $10. The game uses the PlayStation Move controller to have players create visual and auditory works using what the game calls its "Virtual Audio Canvas."

Prototype 2, the same game that was released to stores last month, can be downloaded directly to the PlayStation 3 for $60. This sequel to Prototype is set 14 months after the original game and has Sgt. James Heller setting out to exact revenge from Alex Mercer (the protagonist of the first game).

Red Faction 2, released for the PlayStation 2, can now be downloaded for $6, allowing gamers to battle alongside a squad to bring down an evil, futuristic dictator.

Rock of Ages can be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 for $10. The game combines elements of tower-defense and giant boulder assault to create a unique game of strategy rolling through history.

Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II can be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 for $15. This episode has Metal Sonic returning to race across four new zones.

Also available today is the PSP mini Velocity ($5).

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