Thursday, February 5, 2009

Playstation Store - 2/5/09

First Playstation Store update of February, lets not waste any time.

Downloadable Games

3 on 3 NHL Arcade ($9.99)
Burnout Paradise - The Ultimate Bundle ($29.99)

Add-on Game Content
Burnout Paradise Party ($9.99)
High Velocity Bowling: Dwayne ($0.99)
High Velocity Bowling: Candy ($0.99)
Hot Shots Golf New Course ($4.99)
LittleBigPlanet Valentine’s Day Mini-Pack ($2.99)
NARUTO: Ultimate Ninja STORM Pack 8 (free)

Rock Band
** Thin Lizzy Track Pack 01 ($5.49)
* “Cowboy Song (Live)” - Thin Lizzy ($1.99)
* “Jailbreak (Live)” - Thin Lizzy ($1.99)
* “The Boys Are Back in Town (Live)” - Thin Lizzy ($1.99)

* “Precious” - The Pretenders ($1.99)
* “Hit Me With Your Best Shot” - Pat Benetar ($1.99)
* “Don’t Tell Me” - Nikko ($0.99)
* “Break My Heart” - Nikko ($0.99)

Guitar Hero World Tour
** Southern Rock Track Pack ($5.49)
* “Gimme All Your Lovin’” as made famous by ZZ Top, covered by Wavegroup ($1.99)
* “Commotion” by Creedence Clearwater Revival ($1.99)
* “Black Betty” as made famous by Ram Jam, covered by Wavegroup ($1.99)

Game Demos (free)
Resident Evil 5 demo (available since Monday)
MLB 09 The Show Demo
3 on 3 NHL Arcade Trial

Game Videos (free)
LocoRoco 2 Pre-Launch Trailer
F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin EPA Trailer
PAIN: Darts Trailer
PAIN: Fortress Trailer
Winter Dew Tour: Kevin Pearce in Japan
Winter Dew Tour: Colby West
Winter Dew Tour: Breckenridge Ridin’ Highlights
Winter Dew Tour: Breckenridge Recap
Winter Dew Tour: Breckenridge Freeskiing Thrills
Winter Dew Tour: Breckenridge Athletes
Winter Dew Tour: PlayStation Pro Moments - Breckenridge

Movie Trailers (free)
2012 Trailer
Open Season 2 Blu-ray Disc Trailer

PS3 Themes
LocoRoco 2 MuiMui Theme (free)
Evil Clowns Theme ($1.49)
Gothic Girlz Theme ($1.49)
Polar Bears Theme ($1.49)

PlayStation Store for PSP

Game Demos (free)
Phantasy Star Portable

Game Videos (free)
LocoRoco 2 Pre-Launch Trailer

PSP Wallpaper (free)
LocoRoco 2 Wallpaper (x4)

First of all, shame on Activision for bringing back cover versions of songs, and making us pay for them. Second of all, what doesn't belong: Evil Clowns, Gothic Girlz, and ... Polar Bears? Seriously Sony, who buys that crap? Sorry for being grumpy, but it annoys me to see price tags on that tripe.

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