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PS one game withdrawn from PlayStation Network

Sony has confirmed to Eurogamer.net that problems with one of the downloadable PSone games released on PlayStation Network last Thursday have led to its withdrawal.

Sony has confirmed to Eurogamer.net that problems with one of the downloadable PSone games released on PlayStation Network last Thursday have led to its withdrawal.

MediEvil has a confirmed crash-bug that causes it to fail on the third level. Sony said it will return to PSN once fixed, and that anybody who has paid for it will then be able to re-download it for free.

Sony is also investigating reports of audio problems in Spyro 2, which remains available on the store despite anecdotal reports of broader issues.

The two games were released for GBP 3.49 last Thursday along with Crash Bandicoot 2 at the same price.

Sony wasn't able to offer an estimate on when MediEvil will return to the store, but said it will release more information in due course. For the latest developments, visit the PlayStation forum.

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