More stuff pops up on European PSN

Quake Wars demo, Ape Quest, etc.

The European PlayStation Store has been updated with some more things.

Up for grabs are demos for Quake Wars - probably worth testing if you really fancied it but were put off by our middling score - and Monster Madness: Grave Danger, which was recently delayed and has a lot of ground to make up on the Xbox 360 original.

Or you can grab yourself a trio of Guitar Hero III tracks for GBP 3.99. This time the songs come from Isle of Wight performers Kasabian, Kaiser Chiefs, and Sex Pistols.

If none of that tickles your pickle, there's PSP game Ape Quest to pick up. This is the RPG spin-off in the Ape Escape series and was originally offered as a free starter pack with Gold, Red, and Blue chapters to be paid for as you expanded.

They are all bundled together here for GBP 6.99, although the starter pack is still available for free if you want to try it out. Or you can watch a trailer.

Also on the PSP Store for PC is the interactive comic book The Cryptics for GBP 1.49.

All the rest looks like a PixelJunk Monsters wallpaper and theme, or a couple of Korn interviews about the song they wrote for Haze. Oh Haze.

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