Sony has updated the PlayStation Store and the highlights are Lost Planet 2 and Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 demos for PS3 and the long-awaited first downloadable content for the PS3 version of Fallout 3 - the Broken Steel pack that ups the level cap.
You may have noticed that Broken Steel is coming out of sequence (it was preceded by Operation: Anchorage and The Pitt on PC and Xbox 360), but the increase in level cap was deemed good enough reason to bump it up the order. Read what we thought of it in our Broken Steel review.
The Lost Planet 2 demo is the same as the one released on Xbox a little while ago, which means you get to muck about with four-player co-op.
Check out the rest of the PSN additions below, and the European PlayStation blog also has details of special offers on certain Guitar Hero World Tour downloads, which are far too much effort to copy and paste here. Enjoy.
- Heavy Weapon (£6.29 / 7.99)
- Lost Planet 2
- Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2
- The Punisher: No Mercy
PS3 Game Content
- Batman: Arkham Asylum - Prey in the Darkness (free)
- Fallout 3: Broken Steel (£7.99 / 9.99)
- Guitar Hero 5 - "Dull Life" by Yeah Yeah Yeahs (£1.59 / 1.99)
- Guitar Hero 5 - "Geeks Were Right" by The Faint (£1.59 / 1.99)
- Guitar Hero 5 - "Munich" by Editors (£1.59 / 1.99)
- Guitar Hero 5 - Yeah Yeah Yeahs/TheFaint/Editors Track Pack (£4.39 / 5.49)
- Madden NFL 10 - AFL Legacy Pack (£5.25 / 6.59)
- Rock Band - Pearl Jam's Backspacer album (£9.19 / 11.25)
- Rock Band - Tracks from Pearl Jam's Backspacer (£0.99 / 1.49 each)
- Rock Band - Anvil Pack 01 (£2.49 / 3.99)
- Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 - Sheshan (£4.69 / 5.99)
- UFC 2009 Additional Fighters (£3.19 / 3.99)
- Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (£23.99 / 29.99)
- Colin McRae DiRT 2 (£23.99 / 29.99)
PSP Game Content
- Prinny: Can I Really Be The Hero? - Li'l Asagi Comes Home (£3.19 / 3.99)
- Rock Band Unplugged - "Flathead" by The Fratellis (£0.99 / 1.49)
- Rock Band Unplugged - "Wake Up Dead" by Megadeth (£0.99 / 1.49)