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Top ten selling PSN games revealed for April

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Sony may get a lot of things wrong, but one cannot deny that the PlayStation Network has been firing on all cylinders, with some truly interesting, unique and fun titles hitting the downloadable content platform. From Flower to Magic Ball, there are all sorts of neat games, and now we know which titles have been selling the most this month. Unfortunately, the PSN's best games have given way to the worst. Why must the general public insist on enjoying puerile sh*t?

Terrific titles like Flower miss out to the absolutely awful Rag Doll Kung Fu, which takes the top spot. This is before the game was released for free, meaning that people actually bought the rotten thing. The more respectable Worms is at number two, while Wheel of Fortune, of all things, seizes number three. Flower is at number four. 

There's no Pixeljunk or Echochrome, which is a shame because those titles are truly what sets PSN apart from XBLA. One would hope that PS3 fans would be more discerning, but ah well. Hit the jump for the top ten sales.

  1. Rag Doll Kung Fu
  2. Worms
  3. Wheel of Fortune
  4. Flower
  5. Mortal Kombat II
  6. Comet Crash
  7. Ratcher & Clank Future: Quest for Booty
  8. Linger in Shadows
  9. PAIN
  10. Noby Noby Boy




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