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 Written by John Scalzo  on August 28, 2009

News: Lara Croft's second adventure leads the charge on a day late PSN update.



Due to technical problems, Sony was unable to update the PlayStation Store yesterday as they normally would every Thursday. Instead, the update was pushed back a day, but it doesn't appear as if anything extra was added to make up for the delay.

Gamers looking for new experiences from this week's update will find Invincible Tiger: The Legend of Han Tao, a downloadable beat 'em up original to the PS3. Retro gamers will also get their fix with the addition of Cool Boarders 2, Tomb Raider II and SimCity 2000 to the PlayStation Store.



A variety of add-ons have also made the cut this week including the Tatooine Mission Pack for Star Wars: The Force Unleashed and the Wolf Creek course for Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10. Finally, a quartet of demos have been added including Wet, NHL 10, F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin and Dirt 2.

More information on all of the new additions to the store can be found below.

PlayStation 3 Downloadable Games

Invincible Tiger: The Legend of Han Tao ($14.99)
The Evil Overlord must be stopped! Perform devastating combos, swift dodge maneuvers and punishing finisher moves on waves of ruthless minions to protect the Star of Destiny. Enjoy a variety of modes like Endurance and Time Trial in addition to the action packed story mode! Travel to a variety of beautiful locations while rocking out to the funky 70's soundtrack. Play cooperatively with a friend at home or online and teach your foes the true meaning of pain. Feel closer to the action than ever before as the 3D features thrust the action right into your living room. (Rated T)

PSone Classics

Cool Boarders 2 ($5.99)
Head to the slopes to test your courage, skills, and boards. Enjoy all the classic moves plus an additional 40 maneuvers! (Rated E)

Tomb Raider II ($5.99)
Returning for her highly acclaimed second adventure, Lara is back in search of the fabled Dagger of Xian. Her adventures take her from China, to Europe and across the globe as she battles a group of fanatics seeking unimaginable power. New characters, moves and weapons are just the beginning in Lara's second exciting adventure. (Rated T)

SimCity 2000 ($5.99)
SimCity 2000 is the second title in the revolutionary SimCity franchise. Design, build, and customize the city of your dreams with the ultimate city simulator. Watch as your city comes to life, and help it grow as you deal with education, health issues, and crime, and manage traffic, the city's budget, and the needs of the citizens. (Rated E)



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