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Submitted by MetalArcade 410d ago | review

Best Of PlayStation Network Vol. 1 Review | Metal Arcade

Metal Arcade: Jason Bakker writes:

Sony’s Best Of PlayStation Network Vol. 1 is a diverse collection of fun and crazy titles that will appeal to gamers wary of digital purchases.

Some gamers just aren’t ready to embrace an all-digital future. I can’t say I blame them; as this generation comes to a close many of us are left wondering whether all of the downloadable purchases we’ve made will be playable on next-gen hardware. A lot of us just like having the game box and disk on our shelves for easy access, and there are plenty of gamers out there who just don’t have super-fast internet, or even any internet. For all of these reasons, it makes perfect sense to put out retail releases of digital games, and Sony has done just that in compilation form with Best Of PlayStation Network Vol. 1. (Best of Playstation Network Vol. 1, PS3) 8.7/10

soniqstylz  +   410d ago
Journey and Flower are part of their own on-disk collection (with flOw), that's why they're not on this one.

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