Rag Doll Kung Fu Flocks to PSN

Before going on to form Media Molecule and help create the award-winning Little Big Planet, Mark Healey gained notoriety for his work on Rag Doll Kung Fu. This week, the PC brawler gets a remastered edition on the PlayStation Network,courtesy of Tarsier Studios, titled Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of...

Before going on to form Media Molecule and help create the award-winning Little Big Planet, Mark Healey gained notoriety for his work on Rag Doll Kung Fu. This week, the PC brawler gets a remastered edition on the PlayStation Network,courtesy of Tarsier Studios, titled Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic. The physics-heavy fighting game is available for $9.99.

With the Media Molecule connection being as it is, Little Big Planet will receive a synergistic installment of add-on content on the release of Fists of Plastic. Beginning today, fans of the customization-heavy platformer can pick up the Rag Doll Kung Fu costume pack, which is available for $5.99. Included in the pack are costumes for Hero, Master Hip, Master Sin, Master Tang, and Master Sung Ling, as well as a number of new stickers.

Capcom will also be taking part in pint-sized off-kilter gaming this week, releasing Flock on both the PSN and Xbox Live for $14.99. A puzzle game at its core, Flock tasks players with herding a variety of animals through more than 50 wending levels in an effort to beam them aboard a UFO mothership. A demo of the game is also available through the PSN.

Rock Band goes country this week with the release of the Toby Keith Pack 01. Six songs from the singer are now playable through Rock Band, including "Beer for My Horses," "How Do You Like Me Now," "I Love this Bar," "She's a Hottie," "Should've Been a Cowboy," and "Who's Your Daddy?" Tracks are available individually for $1.99 a piece, or as a complete set for $9.99. Those who prefer a bit more rock and roll can also pick up tracks from Black Tide, Bullet for My Valentine, and The Shins.

Guitar Hero World Tour also has a slate of new playable songs this week, courtesy of Silversun Pickups. "It's Nice to Know You Work Alone," "Panic Switch," and "Well Thought Out Twinkles" are now available for $1.99 individually, or $5.49 for the pack.

On the PlayStation Store for the PSP this week, Sony has added Mumbo Jumbo and Mac Play's Super Collapse 3. Released in 2007 to fairly positive reviews, Super Collapse 3 is a matching puzzle game in which players attempt to line up colored blocks in quantities of three or more to score points. It is available for $9.99.

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XanderZane
XanderZane

I'll have to check out Ragdoll Kung_Fu and Flock. $5.99 for some Ragdoll Kung_fu costume pack is ridiculous. Are they stupid or what. You paid $10 for the game and now you're going to pay $60 for costumes? No!! Should have been $1 for that or just included in the game. Want to download games to my PSP though, but I have the original model. Haven't really done any hacking on my PSP, so not sure how to do this. Will have to research online I guess.

fester420
fester420

@chappy_man The pc game's controls are different, I have played both and I have to say I definitely prefer the ps3 version of the game by far. It is a simple fighting game. Also everything for the pc is free in my eyes.

chappy_man
chappy_man

how much is the kung fu game? is it cheaper for the pc?

Xerogravitation
Xerogravitation

Getting Rag Doll Kung Fu today- heard it was good. Can't wait

Stanford123
Stanford123

You know they had free flock vouchers being given away to 1000th commenter man i missed it again and they also had stf hd 2 remix voucher codes on the page luckily i already have the game

Magrino
Magrino

Before going on to form Media Molecule and help create the award-winning Little Big Planet, Mark Healey gained notoriety for his work on Rag Doll Kung Fu. This week, the PC brawler gets a remastered edition on the PlayStation Network,courtesy of Tarsier Studios, titled Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic. The physics-heavy fighting game is available for $9.99.

With the Media Molecule connection being as it is, Little Big Planet will receive a synergistic installment of add-on content on the release of Fists of Plastic. Beginning today, fans of the customization-heavy platformer can pick up the Rag Doll Kung Fu costume pack, which is available for $5.99. Included in the pack are costumes for Hero, Master Hip, Master Sin, Master Tang, and Master Sung Ling, as well as a number of new stickers.

Capcom will also be taking part in pint-sized off-kilter gaming this week, releasing Flock on both the PSN and Xbox Live for $14.99. A puzzle game at its core, Flock tasks players with herding a variety of animals through more than 50 wending levels in an effort to beam them aboard a UFO mothership. A demo of the game is also available through the PSN.

Rock Band goes country this week with the release of the Toby Keith Pack 01. Six songs from the singer are now playable through Rock Band, including "Beer for My Horses," "How Do You Like Me Now," "I Love this Bar," "She's a Hottie," "Should've Been a Cowboy," and "Who's Your Daddy?" Tracks are available individually for $1.99 a piece, or as a complete set for $9.99. Those who prefer a bit more rock and roll can also pick up tracks from Black Tide, Bullet for My Valentine, and The Shins.

Guitar Hero World Tour also has a slate of new playable songs this week, courtesy of Silversun Pickups. "It's Nice to Know You Work Alone," "Panic Switch," and "Well Thought Out Twinkles" are now available for $1.99 individually, or $5.49 for the pack.

On the PlayStation Store for the PSP this week, Sony has added Mumbo Jumbo and Mac Play's Super Collapse 3. Released in 2007 to fairly positive reviews, Super Collapse 3 is a matching puzzle game in which players attempt to line up colored blocks in quantities of three or more to score points. It is available for $9.99.