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Submitted by rocketminx 576d ago | opinion piece

5 Hidden Gems of the PSN Store

There are so many great games on the PSN Store, but some get lost and forgotten about. I’ve decided to list you my favorite five hidden gems of the PSN Store. So, if you like the sound of car football and a murderous baby chick, read on. (Castle Crashers, Dungeon Defenders, PS3, Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket Powered Battle Cars, Tokyo Jungle, Trash Panic)

cmurdurr  +   576d ago
Tokyo Jungle FTW.
Pozzle  +   576d ago
Tokyo Jungle is so much fun.
Donnieboi  +   575d ago
Persona 3 FES needs to be on this list. That game is one of the greatest, most innovative (for it's time) JRPG's ever made. It is only $10 as a PS2 classic, and you get a 160 hour turn-based JRPG with one of the greatest stories ever, and it also comes with a bonus extended game called "The Answer" which adds an additional 40 hours of gameplay.

So you get 200 hours of gameplay, for only $10. Everyone should own this game.

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