Gameloft's TV Show King is pretty much the highlight in a rather dull update to the PlayStation Store this week, although PS3 owners do gain access to the much-trailed Batman: Arkham Asylum demo alongside one for Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic.

TV Show King costs 7.99 / 9.99 and is similar to the WiiWare launch title of the same name, which featured 3000 multiple-choice questions on a variety of topics for up to four people to play. This one has online modes too apparently.

Elsewhere there's the multiplayer map pack for Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood for 7.99 / 9.99, which introduces four new levels, while Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 gets another new course in Cog Hill for 3.19 / 3.99.

If you're still playing LittleBigPlanet you can cough up 1.59 / 1.99 for a costume to dress yourself up as Cole from inFamous, and fans of extraterrestrial tower defence game Savage Moon can grab a Waldgeist expansion for 3.19 / 3.99.

PSP owners have little to celebrate, sadly, unless they're sufficiently loony to take a punt on Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest for 15.99 / 19.99.

According to the European PlayStation blog, Sony had planned to include Extreme Pinball and some Fight Night Round 4 DLC in this week's update but these had to be postponed for one reason or another.

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