Sony's expanded its line-up for its NGP console, revealing a diverse range of software including new games from the developers of Invizimals and Everyday Shooter.

Reality Fighters is a new augmented reality game from Novorama, the team behind the PSP's Invizimals. It's a brawler that works in a similar fashion to the studio's previous game, projecting its combatants against the player's own backdrop.

Sound Shapes – currently a provisional title – is the latest game from Jonathan Mak, the developer behind the PlayStation Network's Everyday Shooter. It's a rhythmical platformer that also supports user-generated levels, and promises to make use of the NGP's networking capabilities. It's unsure whether Sound Shapes will be a full priced title or a budget release.

Hustle Kings, meanwhile, is a take on the PS3 pool game, and it features multiplayer support that allows participants to stagger their turns, allowing them to play multiple games with multiple opponents, and it will support cross-platform play with the PS3.

These games are in addition to Uncharted Golden Abyss, wipEout 2048, Little Deviants, Super Stardust Delta, Everybody's Golf and Resistance Retribution.

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