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Blur demo and DeathSpank on PSN

Plus five new minis, special offers.

DeathSpank is the highlight of this week's PlayStation Store update, which also sees the Sony shops updated with a free demo of Activision racer Blur.

Hothead Games' DeathSpank, reviewed on Eurogamer last night, costs £9.99 / €12.99.

Fans of PSP/PS3 minis, which we just learned have now been downloaded one million times in total, get a choice of five additions today, including a port of PS3 puzzler Piyotama.

There are also various special offers valid until 21st July. It's the same line-up we detailed last week and includes reductions on Worms, Lead and Golf and Half Minute Hero.

PS3 Games

  • DeathSpank (£9.99 / €12.99)

PS3 Demos

  • Blur (free)

PS3 Game Content

  • Death Track: Resurrection - Hari 108 (£0.79 / €0.99)
  • Rock Band and Guitar Hero content listed on the PlayStation Blog
  • Trine - New Level Pack "Path to New Dawn" (£0.79 / €0.99)


  • Archibald's Adventures (£2.49 / €2.99)
  • Car Jack Streets (£3.49 / €3.99)
  • Pallurikio (£3.49 / €3.99)
  • Piyotama (£3.49 / €3.99)
  • Star Hammer Tactics (£2.49 / €2.99)

PSP Games

  • Armored Core: Last Raven (£11.99 / €14.99)
  • Pro Cycling 2010: Tour de France (£31.99 / €39.99)
  • TNA Impact! Cross the Line (£23.99 / €29.99)

PSP Game Content

  • SOCOM: Fireteam Bravo 3 - Australian SASR Pack, Kommando Spezialkrafte KSK Pack, SAS Pack, Korean 707 SMB Pack (all free)
  • Toy Story 3 - Alien Escapades (£1.59 / €1.99)

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