Sony plans to release Worms, Ragdoll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic, Diner Dash and many others on PlayStation Network this spring.

That's according to a Sony US press release outlining plans for "PSN Spring Fever", which was sent out yesterday.

However, the same list reproduced on the US PlayStation blog has a few amendments, notably the removal of Worms and Diner Dash. There's no explanation, so we've gone in search of one. We'll let you know.

Other games due this spring on PSN, says the press release, are Flower, Noby Noby Boy, No Gravity, Wheel of Fortune, Burn Zombie Burn, The Punisher: No Mercy, Bomberman Ultra, Cellfactor Ignition, Flock, Texas Cheat-'em, Comet Crash, Hammer Fall, Underfire, Watchmen and Zen Pinball.

There's no mention of bonkers action game Fat Princess, sadly.

Our pick of the pack is Ragdoll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic. This is made by LittleBigPlanet developer Media Molecule and puts multiple fighters up against each other in a Smash Bros.-style brawl. The twist comes from characters being flung around by their limbs in a wobbly Saturday night-like mash-up.

Mark Healey of Media Molecule made and released the original Ragdoll Kung Fu on Steam back in 2006 to considerable applause, ours included.

Head over to our Ragdoll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic gallery to see how the PSN version is shaping up.

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