Sony's PSN elves have polished up another trio of PlayStation One games and tossed them up on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable stores, hoping we won't notice that there's still no Everyday Shooter.
Still, those games are Fade to Black, Theme Hospital and Motorhead, which have an interesting if chequered history between them. Fade to Black, of course, is Delphine's sequel to Flashback, in which the man from Flashback wakes up on a spaceship, while Theme Hospital is one of the post-buyout Bullfrog games (and a goodie, if you ask me - at least on the PC) and Motorhead is a Digital Illusions (yes, them) racing game set in the future.
As PSone games on PSN, they all cost GBP 3.49 and can be downloaded up to five times onto any mixture of your PS3 and PSP that you can dream up.
It has of course been a busy few months for PSone games on PSN, which is why we've been busily rounding them up for you in review form. Most recently we've looked at Hardcore 4x4, Kula World, Populous: The Beginning, N20 and Destruction Derby. Also there are Crash Team Racing, Syphon Filter 1 and 3, Everybody's Golf 2 and Cool Boarders, while older-still titles were Crash Bandicoot, Jumping Flash and WipEout.
Meanwhile, PS3 owners are also able to get their pads on that Devil May Cry 4 demo everyone downloaded with made-up US accounts last week, and also a demo of MX vs. ATV: Untamed from THQ. One at a time, please.