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This week’s update on the European store is practically in lock-step with yesterday’s North American update (not good).
Highlights this week include Sideway: New York, a Call of Duty themed sale and hope for next week.
Not a good week for NA PS3 owners and unfortunately such things are typically a harbinger of things to come on the European side. If this week’s update had a face you’d have to pay a carny good money to see it.
Nevertheless let’s take a look shall we?
It’s quite in vogue to wax nostalgic about the days of the Dreamcast, and why not, Sega’s last console gave the public some excellent games even if most of us never owned a Dreamcast. This week the PSN adds two popular Dreamcast titles to its library with Sega Bass Fishing and Space Channel 5 Part 2. One for anglers and one for fans of the obscure.
Also, we’d be remiss if we didn’t mention the debuts of NBA Jam On Fire Edition, Crysis Console & Eufloria. Time to check it out.
The public availability of the Battlefield 3 beta highlights an update which includes an HD release of Resident Evil: Code Veronica and Rochard, an exclusive puzzle-platformer.
There’s more to be had in this meaty update including full downloads of Crysis 2 and FIFA 12. Check it out.
It may not be new per se but Resident Evil 4 HD’s release this week means that gamers who missed the outstanding survival horror trek the first time out get the chance to experience the game largely considered to be the high water mark of the franchise.
Other highlights this week include a mighty fine sale and a trial and unlock for Burnout Crash!. Check it out.
The final week of PlayStation Network PLAY bears the release of the recently previewed Renegade Ops. Additional downloads include the awe-inspiring god game From Dust and a very nice selection of full game downloads of PS3 games.
This is a good week all around. Read on and start downloading.
This weeks North American PS Store update comes with plenty of discounts for Star Wars fans as well as some exciting new games where you can become a god in From Dust or take down the gods in God of War: Origins.
Also, if you’ve yet to play Bulletstorm you can now purchase a digital copy of the entire game straight from your console. Rounding out the downloadable games is Renegade Ops, Ferrari – The Race Experience and Elemental Monster Online Card Game. No matter your tastes, you’re bound to find something to enjoy this week.
It’s a good week to have that little golden plus symbol obscuring your avatar. Plants vs. Zombies highlights a lineup of six free games available for the all too reasonable price of nothing. If you had been on the fence about purchasing a Plus subscription this update might be the shove you’ve been waiting for.
Other downloads of note include Bloodrayne: Betrayal and Red Johnson’s Chronicles. Check it out.
This weeks PlayStation Store update is the first one this month, meaning PlayStation Plus members will see a whole slew of new content, both for free and at a discounted price. Today’s update includes stellar titles such as Plants vs. Zombies, Astro Tripper and Altered Beast as well as the PSOne racing classic, Jet Moto.
Don’t worry if you’re not a PS+ member as there is still plenty of content available for download. Rayne is back in an all new vampire adventure with Bloodrayne: Betrayal. There’s also the God of War: Origins demo for you to try out. See below for the full list of content.
Just as it did yesterday in North America, The Baconing has arrived on the European store. DeathSpank’s latest expedition isn’t the only game to hit the store this week with 4 Elements HD, Elevator Action Deluxe and TV Superstars following in tow.
Take a look, enjoy the download.
PlayStation Network PLAY rolls on with DeathSpank’s next adventure, The Baconing. Furthermore this week also brings the release of 6 additional games including Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection and the creatively titled Ugly Americans: Apocalypseageddon.
Take a look at the videos and see if anything is for you.
PlayStation Network PLAY hits Europe and it’s bringing Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike Online Edition (brevity is completely lost on Capcom) with it.
Other highlights this week include puzzle-platformer Hamilton’s Great Adventure and a pair of demos for NHL 12 and Pro Evolution Soccer 2012.
Check it out.
This week marks the commencement of PlayStation Network PLAY. The first game out of the gate is Street Fighter III: Third Strike Online edition which begs the sarcastic question: how many Street Fighters do we really need?
The store this week also boasts the release of Hamilton’s Great Adventure and the 16-bit classic Comix Zone.
Not much new content to speak of on the European front this week (don’t worry this week’s North American update was one of the worst the store has ever seen). Instead a few of the PS3 more successful retail titles are now available via excessively long download.
Take a look.
There have been some pretty dry updates on the PlayStation Store but the dearth of content hitting this week seems especially vacant of intriguing downloads. No new games, publisher sales or particularly interesting pieces of DLC are newly available but hey maybe you’ll find something.
There’s plenty of content hitting the store this week for PlayStation Plus members and free members alike. However if you’ve been looking for a reason to get that golden plus next to your avatar the Resistance 3 multiplayer beta is available exclusively for PS+ members.
This week on the store PSN users get their first crack at PLAY. Be sure to take a look at our coverage before you decide whether or not to pre-order.
Aside from all that noise it’s a fairly quiet week on the PlayStation Store as far as new content is concerned but there’s always the chance that you’ll a piece of DLC which strikes your fancy.
This week the store boasts a very fine Ubisoft sale to go along with a selection of full game downloads including Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood and ModNation Racers.
This week Warhammer 40K: Kill Team hits the store and it’s bringing Galaga Legions DX and Dragon Age: Origins with it. No significant sales this week as the end of July likely marks a discount hiatus for publishers specific discounts.
Head on in and check it out.