LOTR Conquest demo heads PSN update

Free Running and FlatOut for PSP owners.

Sony has updated the PlayStation 3 and PSP shops with various treats including a Lord of the Rings: Conquest demo for PS3 owners and digitally distributed full versions of Free Running and FlatOut Head On for PSP fans.

Otherwise it's a quiet week for the PlayStation Network, with just a Faction Elite Pack for Tom Clancy's EndWar on PS3, some more Go! Explore map packs for PSP and the usual run of Rock Band and Guitar Hero: World Tour tracks.

On the latter, however, it's worth noting that the Roy Orbison stuff that launched on Xbox Live Marketplace two days ago won't be published on PSN until next Thursday, 15th January. There's also no sign of new game Cuboid, which is up on the US Store this week.

Here's the full rundown, apart from trailers.

PS3 Demos

  • Lord of the Rings: Conquest (free)

PS3 Game Add-ons

  • Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm Pack 4 (free)
  • Tom Clancy's EndWar - Faction Elite Pack (GBP 3.19 / EUR 3.99)

PSP Games

  • Free Running (GBP 15.99 / EUR 19.99)
  • FlatOut Head On (GBP 9.99 / EUR 12.99)

PSP Go! Explore stuff

  • Explore Eastern Europe Map Pack (GBP 31.99 / EUR 39.99)
  • Explore North American Map Pack (GBP 24.99 / EUR 39.99)
  • Explore Russian Map Pack (GBP 15.99 / EUR 19.99)

PS3 Rock Band stuff

  • Deep Purple - "Space Truckin" (GBP 0.99 / EUR 1.49)
  • James Gang - "Funk #49" (GBP 0.99 / EUR 1.49)
  • Jethro Tull - "Hymn 43" (GBP 0.99 / EUR 1.49)
  • Snow Patrol - "Take Back The City" (GBP 0.99 / EUR 1.49)

PS3 Guitar Hero: World Tour stuff

  • Country Track Pack (GBP 4.39 / EUR 5.49)
  • European Track Pack 2 (GBP 4.39 / EUR 5.49)
  • Reggae Track Pack (free)
  • Backyard Babies - "Degenerated" (GBP 1.59 / EUR 1.99)
  • Brad Paisley - "Ticks" (GBP 1.59 / EUR 1.99)
  • Brooks & Dunn - "Hillbilly Deluxe" (GBP 1.59 / EUR 1.99)
  • Di-Rect - "Johnny" (GBP 1.59 / EUR 1.99)
  • Fito Y Fitipaldis - "Por La Boca Vive El Pez" (GBP 1.59 / EUR 1.99)
  • Rascal Flatts - "Me And My Gang" (GBP 1.59 / EUR 1.99)

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