Finally A Chance To Slap PlayStation Home Users

Two new games hit Sony’s PlayStation Home virtual world on Thursday, through one hits harder than the other. Conspiracy’s stealthy infiltration seems entertaining, but Slap Happy Sam’s cartoon violence looks downright therapeutic.

From independent developer the Odd Gentlemen, Slap Happy Sam is a multiplayer game in which players can get back at each other for two years of clumsy flirtation and endless cabbage patch dance sessions. It’s time for payback, in the face.

Jet Set Games’ Conspiracy sees PlayStation Home users attempting to subvert high tech security while stealing well-guarded information. As you can see in the video, it also has those users dying in amusing fashion. Makes me wish there was a spectator mode.

Both of these indie games hit PlayStation Home tomorrow morning. Then the real hitting begins.

Two New Games Come to PlayStation Home – Conspiracy & Slap Happy Sam [PlayStation Blog]

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