Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode 2 headlines today's EU PlayStation Store update. Sega's latest Sonic adventure costs 9.99 and includes exclusive levels for those with Sonic 4 Episode 1.

Music-mixing title PixelJunk 4am launches for 6.49, although you'll need a PlayStation Eye camera and Move controller to play.

You can also now download a digital version of THQ's open-world dildo-fest Saints Row: The Third. It costs 29.99 and will hog 7.33 GB of your disc space.

Deus Ex is added to the PS2 Classics range, available to download for 7.99. PSone title Outlaws of the Lost Dynasty is also available (3.99).

Two new PlayStation minis surface: Nom Nation (1.74) and Velocity (3.99). A Eurogamer review of the latter is imminent (spoilers: it's quite good).

The last selection of Final Fantasy 13-2 content, available yesterday on Xbox Live, is also now available. Most notably this contains the Lightning-centric Requiem of the Goddess add-on (priced 2.99), which allows you to recruit her as a squad member.

The full line-up of new content can be found over at the EU PlayStation blog.

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