The latest US PS Store update comes packed with the usual, and the ever unusual offering. Far Cry 2, the full game is available for $30, Grand Theft Auto IV’s two standalone expansions, ‘The Ballad of Gay Tony’ and ‘The Lost and Damned’ are at half price, and Driver: San Francisco’s demo is now on the store. A decent week. Catch the full thing below the break.
Not a very exciting update in this week’s U.S. PS Store refresh. Mostly expected stuff and one shocker: EA’s new ‘Season Ticket’ service. They’re asking for our money again. Hit the link for the full quencher.
There’s a classic game amongst the throng this time in the form of Golden Axe, a demo of No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise, and Move.me, a software server app that will allow those interested to mess with the PlayStation Move and come up with some rather cool new uses for it. The full update’s below the break.
Sony’s put up this week’s US PS Store Update, and in it, we’ll see the former Xbox Live exclusive Limbo demo, Mortal Kombat and Bulletstorm DLC and much more. Hit the link for the full quencher.
The EU PS Store’s gone live with another update, and in it, you’ll find too much content; and inFamous 2.
In the heat of E3, Sony’s sent live a store update for the US PS Store, one we’re calling the E3 Edition as, according to Sony, it includes “E3 sale”. Loads of content in there, including an El shaddai demo.
This one must be the mother of all updates. The EU PS Blog’s gone live with the second of what it calls “catch-up’date” and believe me when I say it’s massive. In fact it’s so huge there must be something in there for just about everyone. Hit the link.
You’ve been waiting patiently like a young stud waiting to marry a virgin; like a lion patiently noting all its prey’s paths. Like a tree who hasn’t seen rain for a while – and now, your diligence has paid off.
In the Caribbean, the PlayStation Store is back online.
It’s been a long time coming, and now, after a full month of being offline, Sony’s announced that by the end of this week, full PSN Services, including PlayStation Store, will come back online.
Seems as if we’re down to the wire where PSN’s concerned, as Sony’s said it’ll take down the service as it undergoes maintenance in preparation for the PS Store’s inevitable return.
You’ve had the PlayStation Network ever since you purchased your PS3, it comes with the package. And of course you’ve played games online, watched movies and even downloaded a few demos. But there’s so much more to the PlayStation Network than you realize. In fact, you could be saving people and money all at once and that’s all while you’re taking a nap. Many secrets are housed in PSN, but today we’ll share five with you.
Sony’s already updated the US PS Blog, and this week is packed with amazing content. Red Faction: Battlefield up for grabs, and the SOCOM 4 beta goes live for all.
If you’ve been waiting to get into the SOCOM 4 beta that’s been going on for some time now, access has been granted, pending you’re PS Plus member. Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow: Reverie DLC has landed, and PSone classic Legend of Mana is now on sale.
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This week’s US PS Blog update is packed with awesome content, most notably new Yakuza 4 and Dragon Age II demos.
PSone classic Resident Evil 2 joins the roster first for Plus members, and lots more.
Patience is a virtue, I think is the quote that talks of the blessings of waiting. So if you’ve been waiting patiently to get your hands on the Killzone 3 single player demo, you can now grab it for free on the US PS Store.
It comes ready in the latest store update, but that’s not all. For PS Plus members, there’s a full game trial for ATV Pure, and for everyone, Yakuza 4 demo’s waiting to be downloaded.
There’s lots more, too. Find the full quencher past the break.