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European PlayStation Store Update for November 12, 2009

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249w ago - Today Mike Kebby from the SCEE PlayStation Store Team is back with this week's European PSN Update, as follows:

So I bet most of you have been playing Modern Warfare 2 this week, and in relation to this (just in case any of you missed it) we added the original Call of Duty: Classic to the PS Store on Tuesday evening (given a fresh lick of paint and with online 8 player multiplayer).

I know lately we've had a bit of a lull in the updates, and whilst they may not have been massive, we have been adding steadily to the store (for you PSP users especially), but next week, there should be a nice stream of content released, and I'm hopeful that some of you will be pleased once you see what's coming .

There will always be dips in the release schedule, that's just the way it goes at times, but we always come out the other side smiling don't we? Seriously though, we'll be doing our best to make sure these lulls become less and less frequent, because we do want our community to be happy smiley folk after all!

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Add-On Game Content
Fallout 3
• Broken Steel (€7.99)
• Operation Anchorage (€7.99)
• The Pitt (€7.99)
• Point Lookout (€7.99)
• Mothership Zeta (€7.99)...
 

Sony to Open a European PSN Video Store on November 18, 2009

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249w ago - Today Sony announced that Europeans are finally getting an official PlayStation Network Video Store, similar to the North American PSN service.

Sony Computer Entertainment Europe have confirmed that the European PlayStation Network Video Delivery Service will commence on November 18, which is next Wednesday.

To quote from Kotaku (linked above): "To begin with, it'll be available only for customers in the UK, Germany, France and Spain, with the service slated to roll out into other territories throughout 2010.

Some of the movies available on day 1 include: Angels and Demons; Bruno; The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe; Crank 2; The Dark Knight; Dead Space: Downfall; Gran Torino; Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix; National Treasure; Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl; Public Enemies; Star Trek; Terminator Salvation; Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen; Valkyrie; and X-Men Origins: Wolverine."
 

PlayStation Store European Update for November 5, 2009

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250w ago - Today Mike Kebby of the SCEE PlayStation Store Team has posted this week's European PSN update, as follows:

For PS3 users we have got the NBA 2K10 demo available properly (we had some issues first time we tried to release this for you) and the Hextadon pack for Brütal Legend arrives and is free to all for the first two weeks of release, so don't miss out on this offer.

LittleBigPlanet celebrates its anniversary with two pieces of free content; they will only be around for one week, so grab them whilst you can.

The highlight this week for PSP users must be Ghostbusters surely? However, this is followed by two other full games - Dragoneer's Aria and Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron. We also have another mini making its way to the store in the form of Spot the Differences!

If the new content doesn't take your fancy this week, then check out the new batch of special offers - it's a good opportunity to grab some content you may have missed previously, and at reduced prices too.

Finally there's also an additional piece of content making an appearance on Tuesday (the 10th of November)... more details to follow.

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Special Offers
Until the 12th of November:

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PlayStation Store European Update for October 29, 2009

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251w ago - Today Mike Kebby from the SCEE PlayStation Store Team has detailed the PlayStation Store European Update for October 29, 2009.

To quote: This is advance warning about next week; we are only releasing a small update next week as we have some behind the scenes work (nothing exciting, but necessary) underway, so we'll have minimal time to update the store - normal service will resume from the 12th however.

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Special Offers
• Call of Duty 4 Variety Map Pack (PS3) (£3.99/€4.99) (Ends 2nd November)
• Riff Everyday Shooter (PS3) (£3.99/€4.99) (Ends 5th November)
• SOCOM Fireteam Bravo (PSP) (£9.99/€12.99) (Ends 5th November)
• Future Cop: LAPD 2100AD (PSone Classic) (£2.39/€2.99) (Ends 5th November)
• Syndicate Wars (PSone Classic) (£2.39/€2.99) (Ends 5th November)
• Hi-Octane (PSone Classic) (£2.39/€2.99) (Ends 5th November)
• Championship Bass (PSone Classic) (£2.39/€2.99) (Ends 5th November)
• Street Skater (PSone Classic) (£2.39/€2.99) (Ends 5th November)
• Street Skater 2 (PSone Classic) (£2.39/€2.99) (Ends 5th November)

Downloadable Game
• Hasbro Family Game Night (£31.99/€39.99) PEGI 3+

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PlayStation Store European Update for October 22, 2009

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252w ago - Here is the European PSN update, courtesy of Mike Kebby from the SCEE PlayStation Store Team as follows:

We have a varied offering of content this week, but the big news is that we'll have Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars available for download on Friday!

Also available on Friday is the release of the full game Hannah Montana: Rock out the Show, as well as four packs for the game too.

That's not all for the PSP this week however, as we also have WWE Smackdown vs Raw 2010, Marvel Superhero Squad, Astro Boy and G-Force available for you. The latest mini title is also added to the store, in the shape of Red Bull X Fighters.

For the PS3, the demo for NBA 2K10 is ready for you to try, as well as the first packs for EyePet (which is released in stores this week) so you can start customising your pet with some new content already. There are also free packs for Midnight Club Los Angeles and Cross Edge, and as usual more content for Rock Band and Guitar Hero.

We also have two new dynamic themes available this week, for the titles EyePet and Ratchet & Clank: A Crack in Time, and trailers for Battlefield Bad Company 2 and Dragon Age: Origins.

We've also added new titles into the Special Offers section this week too, with the full rundown of al content...
 
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