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ESRB Rating Indicates "Best of PlayStation Network" Bundle Coming

Posted on Tuesday, April 2 @ 08:47:14 PST by Alex_Osborn


The ESRB has rated a game compilation called "Best of Playstation®Network Vol. 1," which is apparently a bundle of several hits that made their debut on Sony's gaming network.

The titles included in this nifty retail package are as follows: Fat Princess, Tokyo Jungle, Sound Shapes, and When Vikings Attack. Please bear in mind that Sony has yet to confirm the validity of such a compilation, so we can't say anything is certain just yet.

That said, would you be interested in a PSN collection like this? How much would you be willing to pay for these four titles? If we do see subsequent volumes, which other PSN titles deserve to be included? Sound off in the comments below.

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