While PAL PS3 owners poke the online shop with their toes to check if those new PSone games still have motor function, our friends in America are being invited to check out a demo of Conflict: Denied Ops.
The US PlayStation Blog update on the subject sheds little light on what's included, although we do know that it adds up to 988MB, but you can read what we made of it in a recent Conflict: Denied Ops preview. A recent PC demo included single-player and co-op bits.
The full game tries to improve on the other Conflict games by simplifying things to attract new players. It's due out on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 from 8th February, so watch out for a review soon. Let us know what you make of the demo, providing you have a top secret US account for downloading such things.
(Update: We were wondering when the inevitable Xbox Live Marketplace version of the demo would show up. That time is now. It too has single-player and co-operative bits and weighs in at 736MB.)
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