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European PSN Update for August 14th, 2008

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331w ago - Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) has updated the region's PlayStation Store for another week.

As promised, the firm has included full A-Z integration for the 'All Games' section, allowing consumers to browse through available content more efficiently. Also check the newest PSone titles: Driver and Sheep.

See below for a full list of updates.

Store Upgrade:

-'All Games' A-Z Listing

Full Games:

-Driver (PSone game) (GBP 3.49/EUR 4.99)
-Sheep (PSone game) (GBP 3.49/EUR 4.99)

Demos:

-Tiger Woods 09 (Free)
-Facebreaker (Free)
-Monster Madness (Free)

Add-ons:

-NASCAR 09 Car Skin pack 1 (GBP 1.99/EUR 2.99)
-NASCAR 09 Car Skin pack 2 (GBP 1.99/EUR 2.99)
-NASCAR 09 Car Skin pack 3 (GBP 1.99/EUR 2.99)
-NASCAR 09 Montreal (GBP 2.99/EUR 3.99)

Videos:

-E3: In Conversation with Shuhei Yoshida
-Fatal Inertia EX trailer

Stay tuned for the North American PSN update later today.
 

Confirmed: Street Fighter Alpha is PSN Bound

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331w ago - Capcom is making up, or attempting to at least, for the lack of a Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix BETA on PlayStation 3.

According to the company's senior product manager on all things Street Fighter, this Thursday will see the release of PSOne classic Street Fighter Alpha: Warrior's Dreams on PSN.

As with all previously released PSOne classics, it'll of course be playable on both your PS3 and PSP. No word on pricing, but if history is any indication, $6 is a safe bet.

To quote: Hey all - I recently joined (4 months ago) Capcom's Marketing team as the Senior Product Marketing Manager on Street Fighter IV, so my life is consumed with all things having to do with this awesome franchise (yah, my life sucks).

Before I go on about this "big surprise" John D. mentioned....A bit of self deprecation. I'm an avid gamer (I lined up quarters for SFII and it's sequels) - I promise that I'm no marketing schmuck. I started as a tester for Sega (poor Sega Saturn!) and then Sony, finally ending up in marketing (8 years worth). So I like to think I know something about gaming and marketing (but I probably don't).

Anyway, what's the surprise? The surprise isn't that SFIV is on it's way (duh!)... and that it looks and plays sooo good. I went to the secret Fight Club...
 

Braid May Hit PSN, Space Limitations Prevent WiiWare Release

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331w ago - With all the talk about how great Jonathan Blow's time-bending puzzle platformer Braid is, we can imagine that PlayStation 3 owners are feeling a little jealous.

Good news, though. According to Blow himself, the title was released on XBLA through a timed exclusivity agreement with Microsoft and as such, a PSN release is indeed possible after the period of exclusivity ends.

Furthermore, on the question of if Braid will come to Nintendo's WiiWare download service, Blow stated that a WiiWare version is out of the question, citing a lack of internal storage as the reasoning behind why.
 

PSN helps find stolen PS3, Unwanted Xbox 360 the replacement

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331w ago - The fiance of Dustin Waller bought him a second hand PS3 from a store in Cleveland, but little did she know it was infact a stolen system. However, the police were able to track the system whenever Waller turned on the system as the original owner of the PS3's PSN ID was still stored on the system. The police confiscated the system and Waller was compensated by the store with an unwanted Xbox 360.

To quote: Police appeared on Waller's door after the purchase, and they inquired as to how he had come across the system. According to the Salisbury Post, the police were able to track the system whenever Waller turned on his system.

The original owner of the PS3's PSN ID was still stored on the system, and it was set to auto-login when the system turned on. By tracking Waller's IP address, they were able to find him.

Waller is of course innocent in the whole debacle, but police confiscated his system nonetheless. While the police look for the person who sold the stolen system to the games shop, Waller was given compensation from the store he didn't want: an Xbox 360.

"Waller is appreciative of the offer from the store but notes the Xbox isn't nearly as expensive or sophisticated as the PlayStation."
 

Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars coming to PSN

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331w ago - Psyonix Studios today announced Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars, an arena-based online vehicle sports game for PlayStation Network that brings together animated vehicles in sports-like gameplay.

The game features vehicles with incredible physics-based maneuverability, including boosters for launching high into the air or accelerating at break-neck speed on the ground. In the air, cars can roll, flip, jump, dodge or spin. In this team-based soccer-inspired game, the vehicles maneuver to perform breathtaking saves, awe-inspiring shots on goal, and gruesome demolishes of opponent cars. These abilities, combined with the players' own creativity, create a unique and thrilling experience every time.

Wide-ranging community involvement is supported through team and league play, as well as extensive statistical tracking, rankings, and rewards for individuals and teams. The game features mini-games and single player matches as well as team and league matches and scrimmage matches online. Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars will also feature PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system trophies and players will be able to upload videos of their most exciting games to YouTube.

Press Release: Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars Announced for the PLAYSTATION® Network
 
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