Sony withdraws two more PSN titles

Following last week’s removal of PSOne title MediEvil from Sony’s PS3 download network PlayStation Network following the discovery of a game-crashing bug, two more titles have experienced technical problems and been temporarily removed.

As you have probably noticed by now, Spyro 2 and Crash Bandicoot 2 have also been temporarily withdrawn from the PlayStation Store due to some issues that you have brought to our attention,” a statement read.

We are currently investigating the reports of issues associated with MediEvil and Spyro 2. This investigation is highly technical and requires some time to work through. We are making progress and we will be communicating with people who bought these items directly within the next ten days.”

Crash has reportedly been removed as a precautionary measure. Those who have already purchased any of the games will be entitled to download them again for free once they are re-released.

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