It's yet another week that could be hard on the wallet of folks who like to buy their games digital as the PlayStation Network gears up to receive a whole slew of titles both new and old, including Bayonetta, a trio of Hitman games and the PlayStation 2 classic, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City.

While games like Dead Space 3, Metal Gear Rising and BioShock Infinite will heat up store shelves in the coming weeks, this Tuesday is all about big digital releases on the PlayStation Network. When the store undergoes its regular weekly update, nearly a dozen digital titles will be added to the console's virtual library, offering gamers a nice selection drawing from a wide variety of genres to add to their collection.

Leading the charge this week is Platinum's hyper-charged action title, Bayonetta. In Bayonetta, players take control of an angel-slaying witch donning a skin-tight suit made out of her own hair, and a pair of high heels that double as an extra set of pistols to pump a countless number of holes into her enemies with.

Bayonetta will be joined by the hugely popular FPS, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, as well as a stealth assassination trilogy featuring Hitman: Blood Money, Contracts and Silent Assassin.

More classic PS2 goodness will be offered in the form of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, as well as the virtual rendition of Zone of the Enders: HD Collection.

Fans of high-flying action will want to keep their eye out for Air Conflicts: Secret Wars while those PlayStation Vita owners in the mood for a more relaxed atmosphere can dive into Let's Fish: Hooked On for Sony's portable console.

Finally, the week is rounded out by a copy of Heavy Fire: Shattered Spear for the PlayStation Move, as well as the Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time demo for both the PlayStation 3 and Vita.

Look for these games to join the usual collection of DLC, trailers, etc. once the PlayStation store updates Tuesday afternoon. For additional details, head on over to the PlayStation Blog.

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