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PS2 Classics Line Keeps Growing

Posted on Sunday, October 30 @ 21:40:22 Eastern by Heath_Hindman

Described by Sony as a "Life Simulation", Harvest Moon: Save the Homeland headlines a new trio of PS2 Classics available on the PSN store.  Old-school shooter fans get to remember the transition of the Raiden series into 3D, with Raiden III, and the last of the three new titles is the original Bloodrayne

These are all irrelevant, of course, until you all finish Odin Sphere, which was included in the first batch pf PS2 Classics.  Go on.  I'll wait. 

Japanese importers also get a couple of downloads of interest, with Arcade Hits: Magical Drop and Dezaemon Kids! Hitting the store.



The release that has me the most excited, however, is the demo of Happy Feet 2. I have no idea what this is, but I am assuming (and refusing to research) that it's a sequel to a licensed game about dancing penguins. Yes. Yes, Buddha, yes, please someone give me a copy of this game to review. For some reason, those are the types of things I like to write the most: reviews in which I shove my foot up a game's figurative colon. 

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