Four downloadable PSP games on PSN

World of Pool, State Shift and others.

Sony has released another four downloadable PSP games via the handheld's online store as part of this week's PlayStation Network update.

The games are World of Pool (GBP 7.99 / EUR 9.99), International Athletics (GBP 11.99 / EUR 14.99), Spectral vs. Generation (GBP 9.99 / EUR 12.99) and State Shift (GBP 9.99 / EUR 12.99).

Otherwise this week's PSN update is mostly known to you. There's the excellent Noby Noby Boy (GBP 3.19 / EUR 3.99) and Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix (GBP 11.99 / EUR 14.99) at long last.

There's also the Burnout Paradise Legendary Cars Collection (GBP 6.29 / EUR 7.99), featuring four cars based on various film specials. They're also sold separately for GBP 1.59 / EUR 1.99 each, except in the case of the Jansen 88 Special (the Back to the Future one), which goes for GBP 3.19 / EUR 3.99.

Also in Burnout-land there's a Time Savers Pack for GBP 3.99 / EUR 4.99. Burnout fans will be able to find more details on all that on the Criterion Games Network next time they boot up Paradise.

Beyond that there's a LittleBigPlanet WipEout Costume Kit (GBP 2.39 / EUR 2.99), the Mirror's Edge Pure Time Trials Pack (GBP 6.29 / EUR 7.99) and the usual Guitar Hero and Rock Band releases, including a few by Wings for Guitar Hero.

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