PSN suggestions.

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  1. Rodimus Prime

    Rodimus Prime Sola Gratia, Sola Fide TFW2005 Supporter

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    I'm going to take my PS3 over to a friend's this Friday, and I'll finally have the chance to download some DLC for the games I have. While I'm there, I was wondering if there were any PSN games worth downloading, especially RPGs or Platform games. I was also curious what the average cost of the PSN games were. I know the PSX games are about $10, but what of the others?
     
  2. Blackout32

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    Hey bro if you really like TMNT then you really should DL TMNT re-shelled game for 9.99 from the store. Plus actually theirs soooooooo much I could tell you about that its amazing for your PS3. Also if you like Ratchet and Clank then you should check out Ratchet and Clank -Quest for Booty and IF you have a PSP like me you should check out SW-TFU as well some other games too. Since I don't know what your likes and dislikes those are a few I like.
     
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    i got pain recently. while its fun its very empty without its dlc.
    all the level dlc will cost 25 buck. and there is 1 free dlc level and 2 free character dlc. i got the buxom beauties include the Mistress of the Dark herself Elvira. :D 

    and 2 males some ninja dude and David Hasselhoff

    it game is simple. you fire a person from a giant slingshot or a launcher into all sorts of things. causing mayhem. there is a lot of different missions to play, mime tossing, monkey catching and bowling to name a few.
     
  4. Counterpunch?

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    Two words: Everyday Shooter

    It'll change your life.
     
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    Flower.

    Its simple, elegant and extremely satisfying to play.
     
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    you should take your games and update them while youre at it. but how do you have internet and not able to connect your PS3? thats a must! ha. and i dont even consider myself much of an online gamer... also get some demos, i was surprised to find alot of demos very fun and look forward to buying once theyre $20 heh
     
  7. McBradders

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    Thread over.

    Avoid the Turtles game, it's garbage.
     
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    Download demo's and give em a try, some PSN games have demo's as well.
     
  9. Prowl

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    Trine if you like Prince of Persia/Castlevania with an lean towards physics puzzles and a lot of style. Also 3 player coop offline.
     
  10. McBradders

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    Shatter is really good.
     
  11. Prowl

    Prowl Well-Known Member

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    Did anyone say Stardust?

    Nice Avatar Twist.
     
  12. Counterpunch?

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    Visually, Stardust is probably better than Everyday Shooter...

    but ES is an experience. It's not just about constant shooting and pressure (though that's there), it's about the awesomeness of how the music is tied to your destructive rampage.
     
  13. Prowl

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    Yeah I definitely like SD more than ES, but ES is definitely an experience to be had.
     

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