Sony Releases Another Slate of Downloadable Games

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SonySony has released a new slate of downloadable games for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita through the PlayStation Store. This week's offerings include quite a few inexpensive titles, as well as some previously released retail games, with choices ranging from an Inspector SpaceTime adventure (or something like that) to a game that has you arranging physical cards to battle digital tanks. Read on for the full list and more details...
Alex Kidd: Miracle World can be downloaded for $5. The game has players battling (as Kidd) to rescue the Kingdom of Radactian from Janken the Great.


Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare, released on the original PlayStation, can be downloaded for $6. The game has Edward Carnby investigating Shadow Island with the help of Aline Cedrac to learn the truth about the death of his friend Charles Fiske.

Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock can be downloaded for $20. This adventure-style game has players helping the Doctor and River Song to stop the destruction caused by The Eternity Clock.

Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale can now be downloaded for $15. released last year for the PC and Xbox 360, the title is an action-heavy role-playing game in which players hack and slash their way through the Forgotten Realms.

Monster World IV can be downloaded for $5. This very Japanese game has players taking on the role of Asha, a young adventurer, as she battles evil with the help of her amorphous pet Pepe.

Need for Speed: Most Wanted, previously released on the PlayStation 2, can be downloaded for $10, giving players another chance to evade the police while engaging in street racing.

The Revenge of Shinobi can be downloaded for $5, with players battling the Neo Zeed in this action-rich platformer.

Sorcery, also released to retail stores, can be downloaded directly to the PlayStation 3 for $40. The game has players mastering arcane skills to battle against the nightmare Queen and her magical minions, using the PlayStation Move controller as a magic wand.

Super Hang-On can be downloaded for $5 and is based on the coin-operated racing game released in 1987. The game has players racing across 48 different tracks.

Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition, released last year, can now be downloaded directly to the PlayStation 3 for $30. The fighting game adds four classic Street Fighter combatants to Super Street Fighter IV.

Table Top Tanks can be downloaded to the Vita for $2, and is an alternate reality game in which Vita owners use AR cards to create a virtual battlefield.

Syphon Filter: The Omega Strain, previously released on the PlayStation 2 can be downloaded for $10, allowing gamers to once again stop the release of the deadly Syphon Filter virus.

Wonder Boy in Monster Land can be downloaded for $5. The game has players defending a generic fantasy landscape from a dragon and its henchmen.

Wonder Boy in Monster World can be downloaded for $5. In case one Wonder Boy game isn't enough for this week, you have another game in which you battle evil to save a generic town.

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