PixelJunk Eden headlines the PlayStation Store update today. You know, it's the game described by developer Q-Games as "kind of like an organic Mario".

Eden costs GBP 4.99 and puts you in the role of a little blob, bouncing around while eating pollen and birthing flowers and becoming part of the environment.

This intriguing outing is available in demo form, too, as is perspective puzzler echochrome.

Otherwise the PSN cupboards offer trailers for Prince of Persia, The Last Guy, and Movement, the weird SingStar show that searches Europe for musical talent.

That, or you can grab a free Bionic Commando Rearmed wallpaper.

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