The original Max Payne game is available to download from the EU PlayStation Store from today. The PlayStation 2 Classic will cost 7.99, and launches ahead of Rockstar's threequel later this month.

New to download on PlayStation 3 are 2D MOBA title Awesomenauts (7.99, 683MB) and cel-shaded femme fatale fighter Skullgirls (11.99, 1160MB). Both scored decent Eurogamer 7/10 ratings.

DICE's Battlefield: Bad Company 2 becomes available as a digital download (19.99, 9772MB), while bike racer MUD - FIM Motocross World Championship arrives on Friday for 29.99. Look for Eurogamer's verdict then, too. Racing fans can also try a demo of DiRT Showdown and sign up to the Gran Turismo Academy, should you want to win a trip to Dubai.

Finally, PlayStation Vita owners get bizarre mini-game collection Frobisher Says! absolutely free. "Imagine WarioWare conceptualised by a team of asymmetric-fringed hipsters in an exposed-brickwork warehouse in Shoreditch," Eurogamer's Johnny Minkley explained, doling out a 6/10 score. The core game is offered without charge, with 15 extra mini-games available for 1.59.

The full rundown of new content can now be found over on the EU PlayStation blog.

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