Yet More Games Reach the PlayStation Store

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SonySony has released a new slate of games through the PlayStation Store, this time replete with several titles for the PlayStation 3 and Vita. This week's games include games ranging from basic chess to off-road racing, along with several previously released titles. Read on for the full list and more details...
Assassin's Creed: Revelations, released to stores last year, can now be downloaded directly to the PlayStation 3 for $60. Never mind that you can purchase the physical game for nearly half that price. Either way, this latest Assassin's Creed game has Ezio Auditore travelling to Constantinople to battle a growing army of Templars. This game gives Ezio use of several explosives, while returning Altair as a playable character.

Mad Riders can be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 for $10. Mad Riders is an off-road, arcade-style racing game.

Pure Chess can be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 and Vita for $8. It's a... chess game. Don't get us wrong. Chess is awesome, and this one has gorgeous pieces. But... it's still chess.

Rayman Arena, originally released on the PlayStation 2, can now be downloaded for $10. This is a classic Rayman-themed party game.

Rayman Origins, released last year, can be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 for $30. This is a four-player co-operative game featuring the long-running Rayman character that has Rayman, Globox and the Teensies battling the "nefurrious" Darktoons that have taken over the Glade of Dreams.

Resistance: Burning Skies can be downloaded to the Vita for $36. The game has players taking on the role of Tom Riley (a New York firefighter and National Guardsman) as he fights back against the Chimeran invasion of the Resistance series.

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