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'Minecraft', 'The Walking Dead: Season Two' hit the PS3

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PS3 owners received an influx of games Tuesday highlighted by the long-awaited releases of Minecraft: Playstation 3 Edition and The Walking Dead: Season Two - Episode 1 to the PSN Store.

The Walking Dead: Season Two - Episode 1 is available for $4.99 and is listed a Cross-Buy title for the PS Vita as well. The first episode, titled "All That Remains," picks up months later from the end of Season One and puts players in the shoes of young Clementine as she tries to fend for herself during the zombie apocalypse. The game is also currently available on Steam and will be available tomorrow for the Xbox 360.

Minecraft has been a mega hit on the PC, Xbox 360 and mobile devices and has now made its way to the Playstation 3 for the very first time. The same world building, Creative modes and survival modes from the Xbox 360 Edition are present in the PS3 Edition and the Festive Skin pack 1 was released as well for $0.99. Expect additional texture packs and skin packs to be released soon.

Other games released to the PSN Store for the PS3 include the puzzle platformer Toki Tori for $4.99 and the "12-bit" action platformer Mutant Mudds Deluxe at $9.99 with a Cross-Buy option for the PS Vita.

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