This time of year is always slow for big game releases at retail, but developers are making up for that slowdown with a handful of digital titles to keep everyone busy into the New Year. And that's exactly what you'll find in this week's PlayStation Network update.

For those who have enjoyed Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed on their home consoles but have desired to take their newest kart driving game on the road, this is your week. Racing Transformed will be hitting physical store shelves for the PS Vita this week, but it'll also be available in a digital format when the PSN update goes live Tuesday afternoon.

Earlier this week we told you that Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath would be making its way to the PS Vita and, according to an update from the PlayStation Blog, that's exactly what's happening. Now you can take Stranger out on the go and enjoy a zany first-person shooter experience no matter where you are.

Along with digital versions of Batman: Arkham Asylum for the PS3, Lego Lord of the Rings and the mission-based top-down car combat game Zombie Driver HD, PSN will see a a small collection of downloadable titles added to its library after this week's update.

A remake of the PC classic Karateka will have you trying to save the day as multiple character classes, each stronger than the next. Labyrinth Legends is exactly what it sounds like, offering lots of twisty dungeons to dive into with fun loot and puzzles to solve.

The beautiful Knytt Underground will make its way to the PS3 and Vita, providing a light Metroidvania adventure in a dark and mysterious world. Finally, mobile game Burn the Rope will be made available on the Vita, alongside new mini, Hotel Mogul.

Check out the above link to the PS Blog for more details on these games and additional information about this week's PlayStation Network update, which will go live Tuesday afternoon.

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