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PlayStation Store Update for February 28, 2008

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355w ago - Grace Chen (Senior Manager, PLAYSTATION Store) shared the following today:

Hey, everyone. It's time again for the PLAYSTATION Store weekly update.

Add-on Game Content:
PAIN: Scurv Dogg Character ($0.99)
Straight from the South Central Seas, Scurv Dogg, the latest addition to the PAIN posse, can spice up your game with some scurvy flair and the horrible manners of a seasoned seadog. Armed with only a bad hat and a bad attitude, this bitter downloadable pirate has the attitude for PAIN - he hates everything - including your skills if you don't have game. Bring it.
File size: 8.78 MB

Rock Band
Build your Rock Band library by purchasing these song game tracks. Nine Inch Nails Track Pack 1 includes all three songs. For song credits, visit www.RockBand.com.

"March of the Pigs" - Nine Inch Nails ($1.99) "The Collector- Nine Inch Nails ($1.99) "The Perfect Drug" - Nine Inch Nails ($1.99) Nine Inch Nails Track Pack 1 ($5.49) File sizes: 17.8 MB - 36.1 MB (singles), 74.4 MB (Track Pack).

If you previously purchased any of the following Rock Band tracks, newer versions are now available. Visit the PLAYSTATION Store and re-download them from your Download List free of charge. Online play/leaderboards/ranking are not affected...
 

PS3 Tank Tech demo video available!

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355w ago - This video, courtesy of gaffyh, shows how you can use PSEye to draw your own tank and import it into a game.

Props to GameTrailers for the video, and check it out below:



 

Europe Gets Two New PS3 Bundles

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355w ago - Sony is set to release two new PlayStation 3 bundle packages later this year in Europe, the first of which is a "Movie Pack," bundling a 40GB PS3 and three select Blu-ray movies, Spider-Man 3, 300 and Casino Royal.

France will be getting the 40GB PS3 Blu-ray movie bundle as well, and it may be released is Spain and Italy with different Blu-ray films too.

The second bundle is geared towards the racing fan, packing in a 40GB PS3 along with a copy of the upcoming Gran Turismo 5: Prologue.

Both bundles include a SIXAXIS controller and are expected to retail this coming March at €399 (£300).
 

Free gift from SONY for PSN users

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355w ago - In an official post on the au.playstation.com Web site, Sony is intending to give away some sort of free prize in an attempt to encourage PS3 users to play online via the PSN.

There are no official statements as to what the prize could be, although I guess it will probably be a free game of the PSN or such like. (see quote below)

"In the month of March we thought we'd show you all how much we appreciate having you as part of the Online Community by giving you a prize just for logging on and taking part on the selected nights!

Simply play online on any of the following nights between 6pm - 8pm AEST for your chance to win although you will need to get in quick as we only have a limited number of prizes.

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HOW TO REGISTER: Register a friend request with the SCE account below and play online on any of the dates listed above to win. It's that easy!

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How Uncharted: Drake's Fortune makes Home really cool

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355w ago - While Resistance: Fall of Man's integration with Home should have bonus content fans excited, old school run-and-gun shooter fans should be pretty pumped about what they may be getting with Uncharted: Drake's Fortune's contribution. We hear that the Home portal for Naughty Dog's PlayStation 3 adventure will follow in Resistance's footsteps, allowing Home avatars to explore the game's levels without the threat of being shot at, a nice feature.

But it's the Uncharted mini-game that has us far more pumped.

According to our sources, Uncharted: Drake's Fortune comes to Home armed with a side-scrolling 2D arcade game, described to us as reminiscent of both Contra and Out Of This World. Sounds kind of like Capcom's 2D remake of Bionic Commando in its execution, full of enemies and exploding barrels to shoot.

Sony is apparently pitching features like these to developers to extend the lives of their titles, using strong first and second party development showcases to prove that Home can effectively market outside of traditional means. We hope they take them up on their offer, because we're definitely excited about the prospects.
 
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