Just spent a nice amount on the PSN,

#1 Posted by GeneralZod37 (261 posts) -

And all I got were PSOne Classics.

Evverything else didn't catch my eye. Well, except for the obvious ones that I already bought (Pixel Junk and Limbo).

Does this make me a bad person? Or does Sony need to beef up their downloadable games. I am aware that they are aiming to do that, but it is a pain in the ass at this moment in time.

#2 Posted by TechHits (1377 posts) -

Are you a bad person for not liking most of the games on psn?  
 
No, no it doesn't. What a weird question. 

#3 Posted by Wolverine (4281 posts) -

@GeneralZod37: I'd like to see more of a variety on PSN as well. Hopefully, we'll start to see more full games available for download.

#4 Posted by Vanek (382 posts) -
@GeneralZod37 said:

And all I got were PSOne Classics.

Evverything else didn't catch my eye. Well, except for the obvious ones that I already bought (Pixel Junk and Limbo).

Does this make me a bad person? Or does Sony need to beef up their downloadable games. I am aware that they are aiming to do that, but it is a pain in the ass at this moment in time.

I'm in the same boat as you, and it's depressing. 
 
The only thing I use my PS3 for these days is downloading PSOne classics or playing my disc based PSone games.  I just can't find anything else that interests me at the moment.
#5 Posted by GeneralZod37 (261 posts) -

@TechHits: Well, I thought maybe I was living too much for nostalgia and not giving the more contemporary offerings a chance to woo me.

#6 Posted by Beforet (2916 posts) -

Most of the money I have spent on PSN has been on PSOne Classics, so you're not alone.

#7 Posted by ssj4raditz (1125 posts) -

I think one of the biggest failings on PSN is the lack of a required demo for all games (like on XBL). If I see a game I think will be interesting, and there's not a demo for it, that's that. It's got a little better recently, but it still pains me that Sony hasn't implemented that policy.

#8 Posted by GeneralZod37 (261 posts) -

@ssj4raditz: That would be a nice feature, indeed. The preview they have on most games is useful, but just not the same.

#9 Posted by fontainefellow (171 posts) -

No, your opinions don't make you a penis.

#10 Posted by hwy_61 (922 posts) -

I wish Sony would do a better job organizing everything. Other than that, PSN is alright.

#11 Edited by Zacagawea (1590 posts) -

I have no interest in any PSN only games besides Fat Princess, and if I had money on my account I would defiantly be buying classics

#12 Posted by SSully (4162 posts) -

@ssj4raditz said:

I think one of the biggest failings on PSN is the lack of a required demo for all games (like on XBL). If I see a game I think will be interesting, and there's not a demo for it, that's that. It's got a little better recently, but it still pains me that Sony hasn't implemented that policy.

Agreed. There are plenty of games I thought looks good, that I completely passed up on because I simply have no idea at the actual quality of the product.

#13 Posted by project343 (2818 posts) -

@GeneralZod37: Noby Noby Boy sheds a single tear in your direction.

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