Tokyo Jungle just 9.99 on EU PlayStation Store today

But still no Counter Strike: GO.

Post-apocalyptic Attenborough 'em-up Tokyo Jungle is available to download from the EU PlayStation Store today. It costs just 9.99.

"Tokyo Jungle is a celebration of classic games, with their ridiculous plots, repetitive tasks, excessive violence and all," Ellie Gibson wrote in Eurogamer's 9/10 Tokyo Jungle review. "It pulls off the impressive and nigh-on impossible trick of being an original homage. Also it lets you set a giraffe on a bear."

Fabulous stuff. Bringing us back down to earth is, almost predictably, the non-appearance of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive on PSN for a fifth week. Regular PlayStation blog staff member/sacrificial lamb Jawad Ashraf was entirely silent on the subject, but we haven't forgotten.

Otherwise, it's a bustling update - with retail releases F1 2012 and FIFA 13 turning up for download priced 47.99 and 49.99 respectively. F1's out today, FIFA is out Friday.

You can get all three inFamous games in one collection for 28.49 (we're counting the standalone inFamous 2: Festival of Blood expansion). Clear out your hard drives though - it weighs in at 25.6GB.

Also for PS3: Peace Walker HD Edition (11.99), Mirror's Edge (15.99) and the PS2 Classics version of Grand Theft Auto 3 (7.99).

Vita gamers (hello, you!) get FIFA 13 on Friday too, which costs 39.99. More exciting is New Little King's Story (34.99), a sequel to the marvellous Wii original that nobody played.

The full line-up of content is listed over at the EU PlayStation blog.

Tokyo Jungle trailer from Gamescom

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