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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.
Here at PS3 Attitude, we’re celebrating our ’20 Days of PSN’. Coming in at number 15 – Warhawk.
Released back in 2007, Warhawk was a re-imagining of a game brought to the PlayStation in 1995. Crafted with a great deal of skill by the people at Incognito Entertainment, Warhawk has gone on to become one of the most loved PSN titles ever.
Avast ye, me hearties! At PS3 Attitude, we’re celebrating the PlayStation Network with our ’20 Days of PSN’ feature, and coming in at number 16 is Monkey Island 2 Special Edition: LeChuck’s Revenge.
Monkey Island 2 was released in 1991 with more characters, puzzles, islands and dialogue than Secret of Monkey Island. It’s the strongest of the series and possibly the greatest graphic adventure ever. PSN has the essential 2010 Special Edition, which is the best version available.
Read on to find out why Monkey Island 2 is #16 in our Top 20 PSN titles…
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.
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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.
The PlayStation Network has come a very long way in the last five years.
Believe it or not, there was a time when merely a handful of games were available on the PlayStation Store, and only a fraction of those were actually worth playing. However, nowadays, Sony’s online service is full to bursting with quality titles that have no doubt had your virtual wallet begging for mercy on more than one occasion.
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.
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There is a load of DLC available for L.A. Noire, and if you want it all, irrespective of what’s said in this review, make sure you take advantage of the Rockstar Pass. For a reasonable one-off payment (£9.99/$11.99), you get most of the content, including two detective suits (Broderick and Sharpshooter), four cases (Naked City, A Slip of the Tongue, Nicholson Electroplating and Reefer Madness) and The Badge Pursuit challenge. That leaves only the The Consul’s Car to pick up.
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.
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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.
A new annual PSN event is being introduced by Sony called PLAY for users in North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. The event will showcase four PSN titles, and offer people the chance to pre-order “PLAY” titles to gain DLC content and themes. Those who pre-order all PLAY titles will get PayDay: The Heist for free.
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.
The sales from last week march on through August 3rd. Also the newest game to hit the store: Section 8: Prejudice is being offered for free to the first 1000 PlayStation Plus members that download.
Not to be outdone by the discounts already featured by other publishers, THQ has offered up their own sale for PlayStation users which includes the likes of Comet Crash, Costume Quest and Stacking.
Outside of the sale this week sees the release of Section 8: Prejudice and a rather pricey new app for Move owners with creative inclinations.
Time to save some cash on the games you may have missed the first time around. Two separate sales hit the store this week so you’re more likely than not to find something that tickles your buying bone.
Don’t forget that this week also sees the awaited release of Limbo. Overall it’s a pretty hefty update so head on in and check it out.