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Grace Chen's Avatar + Posted by Grace Chen on Sep 11, 2012 // Director, PlayStation Store

PlayStation Store Update

PS3 Full Games

Max Payne 3 ($59.99, currently on sale for $44.99)
No longer a New York City cop, Max Payne moves to São Paulo to protect a wealthy family in an effort to finally escape his troubled past. Combining cutting edge shooting mechanics featuring advanced Bullet Time and Shootdodge effects with a dark and twisted story, Max Payne 3 is a seamless, highly detailed, cinematic experience from Rockstar Games.
ESRB: M -Mature // File Size: 14 GB
EA SPORTS FIFA Street ($59.99)
From the creators of the award-winning EA SPORTS FIFA Football franchise, and inspired by street football styles and stars from around the world, FIFA Street is the most authentic street football game ever made. Enjoy a unique and fun experience where everything from the environments to the gear to the music is true to the sport and its culture.
ESRB: E –Everyone // File Size: 4.5 GB

PSN Games

Double Dragon Neon ($9.99)
Just in time for their 25 year anniversary, the original beat ‘em up bros Billy and Jimmy Lee are back to save their shared love interest, Marian, this time from the evil Skullmageddon. Kick butt over 16 levels against malicious enemies in over-the-top battles. Trained by their sensei in the special form of martial arts called Sōsetsuken, they are equipped with lethal combat skills and weaponry to take out goons as they journey across the galaxy.
ESRB: T –Teen // File Size: 1.83 GB
Anomaly Warzone Earth ($9.99)
Challenging, thrilling and only one of its kind – the mix of action and strategy Anomaly Warzone Earth comes to PlayStation Store! Become the Commander to lead armor troops through battlefield and whose special abilities can turn the tide of the war against alien invaders. Master a wealth of tactics and enjoy a variety of modes including Local Co-op – an exclusive for PS3!
ESRB: E10+ -Everyone 10+ // File Size: 600 MB
Red Johnson’s Chronicles – One Against All ($9.99)
Get ready to solve a unique puzzle-based investigation that will immerse you in a noir world.
ESRB: M -Mature // File Size: 2.6 GB

PS Minis

Ronnie O’Sullivan’s Snooker ($2.49)
Within Ronnie O’Sullivan’s Snooker, you play through the highlights of Ronnie’s career culminating with his famous World Championship wins. Have you got what it takes to re-create his many stunning victories? Ronnie guides you through the game, giving advice, even taking you back to his home table where you can perfect your cueing action in his very own practice room.
ESRB: T –Teen // File Size: 18 MB

Apps

YouTube (Canada release)
Discover and watch your favorite videos and channels on YouTube.
File Size: 5 MB

PS2 Classics

La Pucelle: Tactics ($9.99)
Take command of La Pucelle, a band of demon hunters out to purify Paprica kingdom from the looming threat of the Dark World.
ESRB: T –Teen // File Size: 1.17 GB

Bundles

Battlefield 3 Premium Edition ($59.99)
Included in the Battlefield 3 Premium Edition is the Battlefield 3 game, Battlefield 3 Premium membership (including all five expansion packs) and a Multiplayer Head-Start Kit. This download gives you the Battlefield 3 Premium membership and the Multiplayer Head-Start Kit.
ESRB: M –Mature // File Size: 12 GB
Max Payne 3 Bundle ($67.49)
Purchase the Max Payne 3 Bundle and get the original game plus the Rockstar Pass at a discounted price. The Rockstar Pass gives you access to all add-on content packs releasing through the end of 2012.
ESRB: M –Mature // File Size: 14 GB

PS1 Classics (added to PS Vita Store)

  • Reel Fishing
  • Reel Fishing 2
  • Harvest Moon: Back to Nature
  • Dirt Jockey
  • TNN Motorsports Hardcore 4×4
  • Perfect Weapon
  • Ten Pin Alley
  • Reloaded
  • Mass Destruction
  • One
  • N20 Nitrous Oxide
  • Dead in the Water
  • Monster Bass!
  • Sorcerer’s Maze
  • XS Moto
  • Jigsaw Madness
  • XS Junior League Soccer
  • Mobile Lightforce
  • XS Junior League Football
  • XS Junior League Dodgeball
  • XS Airboat Racing

PlayStation Store Highlights

As previously announced, both Double Dragon Neon and Scott Pilgrim vs. The World The Game are now part of the PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection, so get downloading. Besides the side-scrolling beat ‘em ups, Plus members also get early access to Jet Set Radio (it officially debuts next week) and at 10% off. Get it fast, because the discount is only during this early access week.

PlayStation Store Update 9-11-2012

If you aren’t a Plus member, you can check out both Double Dragon Neon and Scott Pilgrim vs. The World via their demos to see if you like them. A couple PS3 Full Games hit the Store today — you’ll now find that both Max Payne 3 and FIFA Street are available, and that’s great news if you like shooting guns or soccer. Plus members also get a nice 33% discount on Max Payne 3, or 10% off of the Max Payne 3 bundle, which includes a Rockstar Pass.

As always, please leave your thoughts in the comments below. You can also chat about this update in the PlayStation Community Forums.

PlayStation Plus

PlayStation Store Update 9-11-2012

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Full Game Trial EA SPORTS FIFA Street
Instant Game Collection Double Dragon Neon
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World The Game
Exclusive Free Avatars Double Dragon Neon – Billy Lee Avatar
Double Dragon Neon – Double Dragons Avatar
Double Dragon Neon – Jimmy Lee Avatar
Double Dragon Neon – Lee Brothers Avatar
Double Dragon Neon – Linda Avatar
Double Dragon Neon – Skullmageddon Avatar
Double Dragon Neon – Skullmageddon Logo Avatar
Early Access Jet Set Radio (10% Off) – PS Plus Price: $8.99
Discounts Max Payne 3 (33% Off) – PS Plus Price: $40.49
Max Payne 3 Bundle (10% Off) – PS Plus Price: $60.74
Last Chance (Leaving on 9/18) Jet Set Radio Early Access + Discount (10% off) – PS Plus Price $8.99
Max Payne 3 (10% off) – PS Plus Price $40.49
Greed Corp (75% off) – PS Plus Price $2.50
Daytona USA (40% off) – PS Plus Price $2.99

Game Demos (Free)

Double Dragon Neon
Just in time for their 25 year anniversary, the original beat ‘em up bros Billy and Jimmy Lee are back to save their shared love interest, Marian, this time from the evil Skullmageddon. Kick butt over 16 levels against malicious enemies in over-the-top battles. Trained by their sensei in the special form of martial arts called Sōsetsuken, they are equipped with lethal combat skills and weaponry to take out goons as they journey across the galaxy.
ESRB: T –Teen // File Size: 1.83 GB
Anomaly Warzone Earth
Challenging, thrilling and only one of its kind – the mix of action and strategy Anomaly Warzone Earth comes to PlayStation Store! Become the Commander to lead armor troops through battlefield and whose special abilities can turn the tide of the war against alien invaders. Master a wealth of tactics and enjoy a variety of modes including Local Co-op – an exclusive for PS3!
ESRB: E10+ -Everyone 10+ // File Size: 600 MB
Red Johnson’s Chronicles – One Against All
Get ready to solve a unique puzzle-based investigation that will immerse you in a noir world.
ESRB: M -Mature // File Size: 2.59 GB
F1 2012
F1 2012, the next game in the BAFTA-winning series, features the 2012 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP. Begin your career with the new Young Driver Test and take on 2 new game options: Season Challenge and Champions Mode. Experience the next generation of weather system technology, at all the official tracks including the new Circuit of The Americas in Austin, Texas. F1 2012 Feel it!
ESRB: E – Everyone // File Size: 1.35 GB
FIFA Soccer 13
Winner of “Best Sports Game of E3” from the prestigious E3 Game Critics, FIFA 13 captures all the drama and unpredictability of real-world football. The game creates a true battle for possession across the entire pitch and delivers freedom and creativity in attack through gameplay innovations which revolutionize artificial intelligence, dribbling, ball control and physical play.
ESRB: E – Everyone // File Size: 1.44 GB
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
The Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Demo is an epic gameplay experience that takes you to the front lines of World War 3 as a Special Operations soldier engaging in a fierce firefight with Russian infantry and vehicles throughout the financial district of New York City.
ESRB: M – Mature // File Size: 1.18 GB

Price Change

  • Stick Man Rescue (now: $2.99 original price: $3.99)

Sales

  • Max Payne 3 – PS3 Full Game (now: $44.99 original price: $59.99)
  • Sky Fighters – PSN Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)

PS3 Add-ons

Transformers: Fall of Cybertron
  • DINOBOT Destructor Pack ($9.99) – Download this pack to get 4 new characters (SWOOP, GRIMLOCK, SLUG and SNARL) and their associated parts for use in Multiplayer.
Quantum Conundrum
  • IKE-aramba! ($2.99) – Just when you thought you were done with rescue duty, it’s up to you to save Ike! In this all-new adventure, rescue Ike and leap seemingly endless chasms as you travel through an all-new wing of Quadwrangle Manor. More puzzling challenges await, so download this puzzle pack today!
Real Steel
  • Value Pack #3 ($9.99) – Here’s your chance to purchase 2 full sets of robot parts for the price of 1! This pack includes the “QUANTUM Lv.5 Full Parts Set”, geared for combination attacks, and the “CHROMIUM Lv.5 Full Parts Set”, which balances robust armoring with speed.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier
  • Raven Strike ($14.99) – Raven Strike, is the second downloadable content pack for Ghost Recon Future Soldier, and drops you in the heart of Russia. As a part of the world’s elite spec ops unit, you’ll face your toughest challenge yet in three all-new singleplayer missions and one new Guerrilla Mode Map. With over 5 hours of action-packed gameplay, Raven Strike gives you the ultimate Ghost Recon experience!
  • Championship Area 3: Fiendish Ancient Ruins ($1.99) – These fairly fiendish ancient ruins will give you fits.
Tekken Tag Tournament 2
  • Online Pass ($9.99) – This pass will gain you access to the game’s Online Mode features, where you can do battle against players from all over the world and compete for the highest ranking. This content is required for players who did not receive the online pass that came with the packaged version.
Warriors Orochi 3
  • Stage Pack 8 ($1.99) – New stages will be available for selection under Select Battlefield. New stages: Clash of the Conquerors, Fortress Besieged, Master Archers, Sermon at Koshi Castle.
  • Stage Pack 9 ($2.99) – New stages will be available for selection under Select Battlefield. An in-game music track is also included. New stages: Minamoto vs Taira, Journey Impeded, Gyūki’s Chance, Precious Treasure, The Value of Experience.
  • DWSF Costume – Wei ($4.99) – Special costumes will be available for selection for the 16 characters under Wei, based on their designs in the DYNASTY WARRIORS: Strikeforce series.
  • DWSF Costume – Wu ($4.99) – Special costumes will be available for selection for the 16 characters under Wu, based on their designs in the DYNASTY WARRIORS: Strikeforce series.
  • DWSF Costume – Shu ($4.99) – Special costumes will be available for selection for the 16 characters under Shu, based on their designs in the DYNASTY WARRIORS: Strikeforce series.
  • DWSF Costume – Jin ($4.99) – Special costumes will be available for selection for the 16 characters under Jin, based on their designs in the DYNASTY WARRIORS: Strikeforce series.
Rock Band 3 – Build your Rock Band library by purchasing song game tracks. For music credits, visit www.RockBand.com.
  • She’s So Mean ($1.99) – Matchbox Twenty
  • Bent ($1.99) – Matchbox Twenty
  • How Far We’ve Come ($1.99) – Matchbox Twenty
  • Matchbox Twenty Pack 01 ($5.49) – Includes She’s So Mean, Bent and How Far We’ve Come
  • The Obsidian Conspiracy ($1.99) – Nevermore
  • Built to Grind ($1.99) – Anarchy Club
  • Wasted ($0.99) – Fail Emotions
  • Frontier Factory: Remanufactured ($0.99) – Freen in Green
  • Say Sayonara (Japanese version) ($1.99) – JOANovARC

Game Videos (Free)

  • Counter Strike Global Offensive Teaser Trailer
  • Hell Yeah! Wrath Of The Dead Rabbit Pimp It Up Trailer
  • Mugen Souls – Trailer 01
  • Mugen Souls Trailer 02
  • Mugen Souls Trailer 03

PS3 Themes

  • City Rain Dynamic Theme $2.99
  • Dynamic Bear In Stream Theme $2.99
  • Dynamic Bio HUD Theme $2.99
  • Dynamic Brick And Steel Theme $2.99
  • Dynamic Bridge Waterfall Columbia Theme $2.99
  • Dynamic Burns State Park California Theme $2.99
  • Dynamic Chile Waterfall Theme $2.99
  • Dynamic Crimea Stream Theme $2.99
  • Floral Patterns Static Theme $1.99
  • Women Of King Static Theme $1.99

Available In-Game Only (Not on PlayStation Store)

Rock Band 3
  • How Far We’ve Come ($0.99) – Pro Guitar (In Game Only) – Matchbox Twenty

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+ mainkster on September 12th, 2012 at 9:23 am said:

@22 more surprises this month ???


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+ Tevious on September 12th, 2012 at 10:06 am said:

Why does the Vita Store never get any sales or price changes? Not once… Digital Distribution will never take off for Sony if they can’t stay anywhere near competitive to retail.


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+ godkaneada on September 12th, 2012 at 10:36 am said:

What I’ve been curious about is whether any new Neo Geo titles are planned in the coming months. There’s already some great stuff there, but there are many more games I would love to see…half the appeal of these online stores is cheap immediate access to retro games. Maybe I’m alone in that opinion?


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+ Ryumoau on September 12th, 2012 at 10:41 am said:

btw, why are some psp games still being priced at $29.99? Thats way overpriced for games from a dead format in the west.


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+ hawkvm00 on September 12th, 2012 at 11:28 am said:

HI !!! =D !!! can you please tell me !!! when will you release resident evil on de ps store for vita !!??? =D !!!!???? im a huge fan and im waiting for this since the release of the vita in february !!!! thanks a lot !!!! XD XD XD !!!!


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+ saab01 on September 12th, 2012 at 1:13 pm said:

Just played Scott Pilgrim today it’s a decent game. Unfortunately it looks like my PS3 downloaded the new firmware but didn’t download Double Dragon Neon now I have to wait until tomorrow.


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+ XxZephyranthisXx on September 12th, 2012 at 1:31 pm said:

Here are some of the games i would like to see added to the PSN

>Twisted Metal black
> Formula one 2001
>Max payne II
>GTA III,Vice city
> Twisted metal series ( I,III,Iv,SB)


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+ CidV630 on September 12th, 2012 at 1:36 pm said:

I know you already responded to a question about borderlands 2 but anything you can tell us about a possible playstation store release would be very appreciated, I know the european store already has and option to pre-order it on the store but not the NA store and I have to know if i should put my $60 on my psn account or not and the sooner I get some info on this the less stressful my life will be.


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+ PrimeroIncognito on September 12th, 2012 at 1:56 pm said:

@PHISHMANIAC

A couple hundred huh? Even if that was true, it proves me right. There’s probably a couple hundred Plus members in my small city alone. Go to any Elementary, Junior High, High School or College in your town and you’re bound to find a large number of gamers, many of whom have PS3s and Plus memberships. Do you not realize how many PS3 owners have potentially signed up for Plus all across this massive overpopulated country?

A couple hundred whiners represents an extremely tiny slice of the whole pie… like, a crumb. A crumb that fell off the pie… that’s you and your crew of crybabies. An insignificant speck.


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+ LastExile2 on September 12th, 2012 at 2:03 pm said:

This store update is a bit of a let down. Been waiting on the Ragnarok Odyssey demo for a long time now (been wanting to play the game since last year, almost imported it in May). Lately the only thing that I saw worthwhile was the Vita PS1 support and FFVII.

I haven’t been on my Vita for a while now because there isn’t really anything great for it besides the games I already beat. Once Ragnarok comes out though I won’t be on my PS3 much since I’ll be focusing on that. I think a little more Vita attention should be made. Why would I need to buy the 3G model that is comming out next month when I hardly play the wifi model that I have? Need new Vita stuff.

I agree with djobduction, a few PSP RPG games would help the system out a bit. Personally I would love to see Tales of the World, Brave story, and even the Naruto PSP games.


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+ PrimeroIncognito on September 12th, 2012 at 2:04 pm said:

But none of that even touches upon what a classless act you brats are engaging in to call for some woman’s firing just because you’re not receiving EXACTLY what you want from Plus. It’s YOU who should have known what you were getting into before you signed up. Plus is like a grab bag of various mystery items, of which the identity is not revealed until you actually get close enough to sniff it. You can take it or leave it. That was clear from the start. If you don’t like it, fine, but it’s your own fault for not evaluating the program first, and it definitely is no reason to attack Grace or even attempt to have her livelihood turned upside-down… all over some video games. And at $4.17 per month, I really don’t see how you can ever feel like you’re being “screwed”.

You don’t even know what her job entails anyway. You have no clue if she’s doing a good job or a bad job. She may be taking orders from higher-ups, and you’re placing all the blame for things you don’t like on her, undeservingly.


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+ MerricK1313 on September 12th, 2012 at 2:07 pm said:

@ krae_man on comment 73

I Don’t understand people’s complaints like yours about FREE games on release date. You are SAVING MONEY and come on, seriously, how long do you actually play your games for anyway before you end up playing something else? I’m sure your PSN Plus account would be expired by then, and if it IS then all the better for you cause maybe the game would be cheaper then! Either way PSN Plus is a GREAT marketing tool for 2 reasons;

1. It makes you loyal to Playstation and you develop a genuine desire to support the system and buy other games that aren’t offered to Plus users, just because you get so much for free.


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+ MerricK1313 on September 12th, 2012 at 2:07 pm said:

2. It give kids with little to no pocket money to play great games and keeps their playstations on during the day just a little bit longer to advertise other Big A list games.

Playstation is giving back to their supporters in every way the MICROSOFT would never even think about doing on account of their dent free pockets. I haven’t even touched my Xbox since I became a plus member. In fact PS Plus if anything has made me into a PS Fan Boy and I hate fan boys. Now that I’ve just admitting my self loathing I will go make myself feel better killing someone on my Vita via Mortal Kombat here at work!


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+ MerricK1313 on September 12th, 2012 at 2:10 pm said:

@Morgan

Don’t listen to people like krae_man who are trying to ruin PS PLUS for everyone else. I think it is the GREATEST concept Sony has created. I’ve developed so my more respect for Sony I’ve found myself leaning towards all Sony products ranging from TV’s to Android phones. Sony’s Marketing team has done their Jobs well!


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+ ace61375 on September 12th, 2012 at 2:36 pm said:

ii know this might be off topic but anyone remember siren blood curse that horror game. they should make it part of the instant gaming collenction i think it would be a good game to have.


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+ MerricK1313 on September 12th, 2012 at 3:46 pm said:

YES! Siren would be good! I was going to buy that a while ago, however it fell off my radar till you just reminded me of it!


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+ MrBendel on September 12th, 2012 at 5:10 pm said:

Word of warning – I just purchased XS Junior League Dodgeball for the vita. The game has a bug where the dpad stops working in the middle of gameplay. I can’t seem to figure out a work around. I asked SONY for a refund of the game until its fixed – we’ll see what happens…


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+ BrendanCBear on September 12th, 2012 at 6:08 pm said:

@261: YES!

Sony, if you guys could get Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Heroes 3 in the PSP section I would pick it up immediately if it was the right price. My Vita needs some ninja ass kicking love. I don’t even think PSPs can get this game on the PSN.


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+ Black_Thunder00 on September 12th, 2012 at 9:25 pm said:

Games like Scott Pilgram and Double Dragon would be PERFECT on the Vita. Why aren’t games like that getting Vita support?


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+ cnada401 on September 12th, 2012 at 11:49 pm said:

@Phishmaniac I agree with you on Scea needs a makeover and get rid of
the middlemen/women that are currently there and do a Horrible job
communicating and identifying with their community.

@ people defending Scea staff you re the same sheep thats been trying
to ride their tails for yeas on this blog, do you work for scea or are you just
dung beetles?

@lisatsunami aka sheep you always talk about people whining like
its your Business that they are complaining about , its hilarious coming from
someone like you that hacked their ps3 and is a pirate. I guess in the
West Coast the sunbeams are so strong they are frying your brains and
Scea staff. I use to be a die hard sony fan till scea stepped in the picture.
Next gen it will not be Sony , ps vita was my last purchase .


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+ SNAKE-EYES73 on September 13th, 2012 at 1:46 am said:

Great title Double Dragon Neon but why no support for custom sound tracks! It really doesn’t make any sense especially when I downloaded this demo it read on my screen that I can play my music later in the game? Now with this update its gone what a slap from you Majesco and you as well Sony! Your a bunch of thieves Sony and Majesco! Heck just like most of your games they don’t support Custom Sound Tracks! What a joke from you Sony! Wow $10.00 down the drain! Oh yeah that 4.25 update was also a joke from you as well Sony get more innovative because those updates are nothing to be cheerful about! Where is Cross Game Chat,More room to ban cheaters, as well as a longer friends list the list goes on Sony, Youtube sucks as well Scrolling letters is garbage I rather use a keyboard and why can’t you add your videos in your favorites seriously Sony get your act together Peace!


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+ CrazyGuy62 on September 13th, 2012 at 7:14 am said:

Alright! Double Dragon Neon and Scott Pilgrim!! I’ve been waiting for these titles!! I think with the system update to add 1 gb cloud save data this a good update for me!! I don’t have a vita so i can’t complain about that!! However, the amount of titles in some of these updates has been lacking as of late!! I mean wasn’t it at one time we were getting ps3, psn, ps1 and mini games every update including avatars and themes? I know I would like them to add ps2 games as well but the fact remains: content has been lacking and a lot of people have noticed the changes!! I like the ps+ a lot and will renew just please PLEASE get your act together and give us the content you said you would!!


273

+ XDSaito on September 13th, 2012 at 11:31 am said:

Loving Double Dragon Neon!!!! 8D


274

+ Quaily on September 13th, 2012 at 11:37 am said:

OK seriously why doesn’t the US get “Ecolibrium” can someone please explain, also what is this Frobisher Says thing they have too????


275

+ Quaily on September 13th, 2012 at 11:37 am said:

Also, why NO MEDIEVIL YET!?!?!?!


276

+ Remmy8199 on September 13th, 2012 at 5:16 pm said:

The Vita gets all kinds of PSOne Classics, but does the PS3 get any PSOne Classics? Nope. Come on Sony, you can give us old schoolers some good games. Please?


277

+ kevinmay05 on September 15th, 2012 at 8:42 pm said:

Do you guys have Final Fantasy 12 in your ps2 classics to do list?


278

+ Randinator-_001 on September 16th, 2012 at 2:02 pm said:

darn it im 20 years old and i dont like wasting my time playing crappy sidescrolling games for kids.


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+ EXQUISITEEMPRESS on September 16th, 2012 at 5:19 pm said:

Good to see some PS1 Classics added to the PS Vita Store even if it’s not a lot of popular titles.


280

+ Poom_BA on September 17th, 2012 at 9:11 pm said:

How come War of the monsters still hasn’t came to psn in Australia


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+ opticalillusion2 on September 18th, 2012 at 2:36 am said:

another lame week, the lack of awesome classic ps1 and ps2 games disturbs me, 1000+ games on each system and all we get is crap games, other countries have many more let alone better games in the classics sections in their marketing regions, why are we left in the dark here in america?


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