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THE BUZZ: Sony today revealed the PlayStation Store’s top-selling games and add-on content for the month of November 2011.

Top 20 PSN and PS3 Full Games

  1. inFAMOUS Festival of Blood
  2. Saints Row 2
  3. PAYDAY: The Heist
  4. NBA JAM: On Fire Edition
  5. LIMBO
  6. Jurassic Park: The Game – Full Season
  7. REAL STEEL
  8. Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe
  9. Resident Evil 4
  10. Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection
  11. DAYTONA USA
  12. Pinballistik
  13. Castle Crashers
  14. Outland
  15. Crysis
  16. Hasbro Family Game Night
  17. Battlefield 1943
  18. Midnight Club Los Angeles Complete Edition
  19. Mass Effect 2
  20. Castlevania Harmony of Despair

 

Top 5 PS DLC

  1. Batman: Arkham City – Nightwing Bundle
  2. Call of Duty: Black Ops – Rezurrection: Content Pack 4
  3. Batman: Arkham City – Robin Bundle
  4. DC Universe Online – Fight for the Light
  5. Gran Turismo 5 Complete Pack

 

Top 5 PS1 Classics

  1. Chrono Cross
  2. Final Fantasy VII
  3. Chrono Trigger
  4. Final Fantasy V
  5. Final Fantasy IX

 

Top 5 PSP Games

  1. Corpse Party
  2. Fate/EXTRA
  3. Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions
  4. Dissidia 012 Prologus Final Fantasy
  5. Phantasy Star Portable 2

 

EGM’s TAKE: As a big fan of Corpse Party, I’m glad to see it come in at the top of the PSP games list! (The rest of the PSP picks are equally fantastic though.) Otherwise, a nice selection of content across all of the lists.

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The Best-Selling PSN Games And DLC for November

Sony today revealed the PlayStation Store's top-selling games and add-on content for the month of November 2011.

By Eric Patterson | 12/7/2011 04:42 PM PT

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THE BUZZ: Sony today revealed the PlayStation Store’s top-selling games and add-on content for the month of November 2011.

Top 20 PSN and PS3 Full Games

  1. inFAMOUS Festival of Blood
  2. Saints Row 2
  3. PAYDAY: The Heist
  4. NBA JAM: On Fire Edition
  5. LIMBO
  6. Jurassic Park: The Game – Full Season
  7. REAL STEEL
  8. Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe
  9. Resident Evil 4
  10. Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection
  11. DAYTONA USA
  12. Pinballistik
  13. Castle Crashers
  14. Outland
  15. Crysis
  16. Hasbro Family Game Night
  17. Battlefield 1943
  18. Midnight Club Los Angeles Complete Edition
  19. Mass Effect 2
  20. Castlevania Harmony of Despair

 

Top 5 PS DLC

  1. Batman: Arkham City – Nightwing Bundle
  2. Call of Duty: Black Ops – Rezurrection: Content Pack 4
  3. Batman: Arkham City – Robin Bundle
  4. DC Universe Online – Fight for the Light
  5. Gran Turismo 5 Complete Pack

 

Top 5 PS1 Classics

  1. Chrono Cross
  2. Final Fantasy VII
  3. Chrono Trigger
  4. Final Fantasy V
  5. Final Fantasy IX

 

Top 5 PSP Games

  1. Corpse Party
  2. Fate/EXTRA
  3. Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions
  4. Dissidia 012 Prologus Final Fantasy
  5. Phantasy Star Portable 2

 

EGM’s TAKE: As a big fan of Corpse Party, I’m glad to see it come in at the top of the PSP games list! (The rest of the PSP picks are equally fantastic though.) Otherwise, a nice selection of content across all of the lists.

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About Eric Patterson

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Eric got his start via self-publishing game-related fanzines in junior high, and now has one goal in life: making sure EGM has as much coverage of niche Japanese games as he can convince them to fit in. Eric’s also active in the gaming community on a personal level, being an outspoken voice on topics such as equality in gaming and consumer rights.