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We've never reviewed PlayStation Minis here at Joystiq, but we're branching out for Young Thor, an impressive game that's one of the best values $5 can get you on the PlayStation Network. A side-scrolling brawler, Young Thor is instantly accessible, but with enough depth to avoid making the experience too repetitive. While it's tempting to simply mash the Square...

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Frima $5 PSP Minis bundle entertains, reveals terrible truth

If you're looking to have some bargain-priced fun with your PSP as you wait for its successor, we might point you to a new Frima bundle on the PlayStation Store that includes five PSP Minis games for just $5. They are: A Space Shooter for 2 Bucks! Young Thor Widgets Odyssey...

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Castle Crashers featured in Japan's PSN 'Western Game Buyer Selection'

The American PSN recently got a storefront for imported Japanese games, but it's limited entirely to PSOne downloads. Sony is launching an import selection for the Japanese PSN as well, which includes more recent downloadables from the west. The inaugural offerings on the "Western Game Buyer...

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Review: Young Thor

We've never reviewed PlayStation Minis here at Joystiq, but we're branching out for Young Thor, an impressive game that's one of the best values $5 can get you on the PlayStation Network. A side-scrolling brawler, Young Thor is instantly accessible, but with enough depth to avoid making the...

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Young Thor hammers its way to Minis on July 20

PSN Minis is getting an appropriately sized hero later this month. Young Thor is the second Mini from Quebec-based developer Frima Studio, the team behind Zombie Tycoon. It's described as an "all-ages God of War," most likely because you will (cutely) murder the greatest icons of Norse mythology...

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