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PSNStores Top 25 PSN Exclusives

Posted by on June 21st, 2011 | 23 Comments | Tags: ,

25. Blue Toad Murder Files

SHARPISH! This series of 6 episodes is a unique experience you’re only going to find on PSN.  Witty dialogue (all voiced by the same guy) combined with wonky brainteasers make this a surprisingly fun party game.  Give it a spin and see if you end up in my good book.  Just don’t irritate Lady Snobbish too much.

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24. Ratchet & Clank Future: Quest for Booty

You’re not going to find many PSN only titles with production values like this. Cut down your classic Ratchet and Clank experience into a bite size four hour excursion and inject a heavy dose of extra platforming and this is what you get. It’s a beautiful game (and more difficult than usual) that still holds on to the humorous tone of the Ratchet and Clank series.

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23. Tales From Space: About A Blob


About A Blob is everything that I love about PSN. Indie dev goes out and makes a kick ass physics platformer and Sony lets it aboard with open arms. One part Katamari, eating objects in the level makes you grow, with a dash of Mario, excellent platforming, and a few sprinkles of Dexter’s Lab, visual style for days, makes this a must have title to your PlayStation collection.

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22. Noby Noby Boy


From the designer of Katamari Damacy comes Noby Noby Boy. It is damn hard to explain this title other than “experimental.” Watch some footage and get an idea for yourself, because I don’t think that we even know what it’s about, but we sure as hell love it. For five bucks it’s a steal and a huuuuge time sink for you and a buddy.

21. Spelunker HD


I’ve spent over 75 hours of my life playing Spelunker HD (so far). I’ve dodged a veritable ton of bat dung, collected all 100 mural pieces 11 times over, and reached the number one ranking on the US Top Scores leaderboard. I’ve since dropped to number two, but if you listen to the podcast you’ll know that I’m cooking up a comeback and a half utilizing my patented JP strats. Spelunker HD is retro platforming decanted over cubes of difficulty, shaken up, and poured into a highball glass. At $9.99, Spelunker HD is a tasty beverage. Here’s hoping Spelunker Black makes its way to the Western market.

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