Spare a thought for poor old Sony, still slaving away over the hobs of Internet-based file distribution, brow moist with the grimy sweat of a hundred peeled videogame trailers, arms caked with the grease of the fires of user verification wrappers, breath shallow with the [get on with it - Ed] - and all so we can play Toy Home (GBP 4.99) and the PSone's Populous: The Beginning (GBP 3.49).

There's also a TimeShift multiplayer demo, which is all we wanted for Christmas, the Guitar Hero III Boss Battle Pack Xbox 360 got yonks ago, and of course Warhawk's downloadable expansion pack Operation: Omega Dawn (GBP 3.99), which has some additional night-time levels where you move the Sixaxis in a vigorous up and down motion to de-ice the new dropship.

There is also a new MotorStorm "Holiday Paint Job" (not clear if you get paid) along with numerous trailers (oh, I get it now) including one for Devil May Cry 4, and others including TV adverts for Kane & Lynch: Dead Men. Not content with all that, you can grab some more wallpapers - Uncharted, High Stakes on the Vegas Strip, and some PAIN ones. There are also some new themes: Retro, Nature, Manga, Pixels. Which would be a good name for a band.

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We go online with the PAL version.

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