263w ago - Hey everyone. Here's another update for the European PlayStation Store. Age of Booty finally appears in the region with some good demos you should give all a try.
Here's the full list and Happy Thanksgiving day!
* Age of Booty (£7.99)
* Syndicate Wars (PS1 game) (£3.99)
* Age of Booty demo (free)
* Dead Space demo (free)
* GTI Club+ demo (free)
* LittleBigPlanet Chimera costume (£1.59)
* LittleBigPlanet Thanksgiving costume (free)
* G1 Jockey 4 add-on (free)
* Far Cry 2 "Fortunes" add-on pack (£7.99)
* Rock Band DLC (listed after the break)
* Guitar Hero World Tour DLC (listed after the break)
* Tomb Raider Underworld video
* Resistance 2 trailer
* Resistance 2 TV ad
* Shoot! episode 2 "Citizen Hero"
* Shoot! episode 2 behind the scenes video
* Shoot! episode 2 interview
* Shoot! episode 2 one-minute pitch
* Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm trailer
* High Velocity Bowling "Foxy and Chastity" theme (free)
268w ago - The popular top-down shooter NovaStrike will be hitting the European PSN Store this Thursday priced at 7.99 Euro's. This European version will be enhanced, and comes with both XMB music and trophies.
To quote: Finally, we can exclusively reveal that the great top-down shooter NovaStrike is hitting the European PSN Store this Thursday, priced at 7.99 Euros. The European version will be the enhanced, patched version which comes complete with XMB music and Trophies.
To coincide with this announcement, we've got an exclusive interview and some great looking screenshots of the European version of the game. We do hope all our readers take a look at the game when it launches, indie developers need our support.
269w ago - Capcom product manager John Diamonon revealed during a recent interview with Edge Online that a Capcom-themed PSN store will open this November. The store's layout will essentially be the same as Sony's, but with Capcom-specific assets and titles.
To quote: "Out of all of the third-party companies making use of the digital space, [Sony] recognizes Capcom is one of the best partners for content," said John Diamonon, product manager on all Capcom digital titles.
He said that Sony approached Capcom with the idea. "We're supporting PlayStation Network like no other company," Diamonon claimed.
Capcom expects the store to launch in early November. Diamonon acknowledged that other publishers will offer dedicated storefronts in the future.
Shortly following, another Community Leader stated: "I really dont know when this one will arrive - what you read is exactly everything I know about the issue. I know you're all disappointed. But I'm afraid there is nothing I can do to make this content appear faster!!!"
Hopefully SCE will sort out the issues soon enough!