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All Articles: Breath of Fire IV
Sony’s latest addition to the PlayStation Store should look familar to anyone who purchased EA’s Medal of Honor reboot last year. Included in every PS3 copy of the game was a high definition remake of Medal of Honor: Frontline, the franchise’s highly acclaimed PS2 debut. Today, Frontline HD became available as a separate PSN download for $14.99.
Also available this week is the PSone Classic Breath of Fire IV. A new entry in Konami’s RPG series hasn’t received a new entry in almost a decade, so this retro download may be as good as we get for awhile.
A complete list of all of this week’s new games and add-ons can be found at the PlayStation.Blog.