Every Tuesday, Sony drops a bunch of new stuff onto the PlayStation Network. Those with a PlayStation 3 or PSP can download this new goodness, which ranges from PSN games to movies, themes and more. While the Official PlayStation Blog outlines these updates in full each week, we thought we'd help truncate the good news into something more digestible.
Would you believe me if I told you there are 22 new games on the PlayStation Network this week That's right -- 22. And that's in addition to MAG and Borderlands, which are retail games that can now be purchased off of the PlayStation Network for $29.99 each. Ten of the 22 games are classic Neo-Geo titles. You can download each of them for $8.99, though that price will be kicked down to $7.19 if you're a PlayStation Plus member. These new Neo-Geo games include: Alpha Mission II, Art of Fighting, Baseball Stars Professional, Fatal Fury, League Bowling, Magician Lord, Metal Slug, Samurai Showdown, Super Sidekicks, and The King of Fighters '94.
In terms of new standard PSN games, there are plenty of those, too. Risk: Factions has successfully made the jump over to the PSN and can be purchased for $9.99. Blokus, already available in some form for the PSP, can be purchased for play on the PS3 for $4.99. Five episodes of Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People are also now available. All five games can be bundled and purchased with a season pass for $14.99. Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones, an HD upgrade of the fairly-recent retail title, can be downloaded for $14.99. Echochrome II, the sequel to the strange-but-enjoyable Echochrome, can be yours for $14.99. The destruction-oriented game Eat Them! can be yours for $9.99, the same price as the Move-enabled Top Darts. And then there's Buzz! Quiz Player, which is free for all PlayStation Network users. People have been clamoring for more love from Square-Enix on the PSone Classics front. And it seems they've been listening, since the classic strategy-RPG Front Mission 3 is now available for $5.99.
Finally, PSP gamers have some new items worth taking a look at, too. For $6.99 each, you can download the Neo-Geo classics Fatal Fury and Metal Slug. A new game demo is available for Lord of Arcana. And there are also five new PlayStation Minis. In addition to the awesome A Space Shooter For 2 Bucks ($1.99), you can also grab Jane's Hotel ($3.99), N.O.V.A. ($4.99), Forest Puzzle ($3.99), and Dr. Minigames ($2.99).
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