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PS Mobile titles Gun Commando, Mononoke Slashdown go free

3:30 PM on 12.05.2013 // Jordan Devore
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Download these for your PS Vita

As Chris told us, Sony is giving away ten PlayStation Mobile games for free this holiday season. The current pair of titles is an old-school first-person shooter called Gun Commando and a 2D hack-and-slash romp named Mononoke Slashdown, shown above.

If you're a Vita owner, find these in the PlayStation Mobile section of the storefront. Otherwise, they're listed on the PS Mobile Store for those who have a PlayStation-certified mobile device.

I wasn't going to write about the games unless they looked reasonably decent, and that seems to be the case, particularly for Mononoke Slashdown. One of the bosses is the mythological Wanyūdō, a burning wheel with a face. Yep, that settles it. This game isn't covering new ground by any means, but it looks worth getting for free.

PlayStation Mobile Update: More Free Games for the Holiday [PlayStation Blog]



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