Sony has stuffed Fracture and Soulcalibur IV demos on the PlayStation Store this week.
The former, an earth-moving shooter, is not due out until October. The latter has been on sale since late July and there's even been a review. Soulcalibur IV's not terribly different to the rest of the series, either, except for shinier graphics, Star Wars characters, and some fancy super-move mechanics.
The Store has an NBA Live 09 demo on offer as well.
Meanwhile, the recent release of Rock Band on PS3 has brought with it additional tracks to download. These are "All Over Again", "Don't Make Me Wait" and "She Does" by Locksley, which be bought for GBP 0.99 each, or in a pack of three for GBP 2.49.
There's also "Livin' At The Corner of Dude & Catastrophe" by MC Frontalot, "Shhh" by The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, and "Skullcrusher Mountain" by Jonathan Coulton.
These can snapped up for GBP 0.59 a piece, or as part of the Penny Arcade Expo (PAX) 2008 Collection pack for GBP 1.69.
The key to export Rock Band 1 songs to Rock Band 2 has been added to our Store as well, but, well, that's a bit useless - what with the sequel carrying no European release date yet.
Apart from a spattering of wallpapers, themes, and some forgettable trailers to watch, that's about it.