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Fat Princess on PSN today, but no Trine

Sony predicts PlayStation Store update.

Sony has pre-announced the things it expects to put on the PlayStation Store today, but Trine sadly won't be among them.

Fat Princess is the headliner at a controversial £12.99/€14.99 compared to $14.99 in the States, and the other downloadable PS3 release is Watchmen: The End is Nigh Part 2 for £9.99/€12.99.

There's a demo version of Watchmen Part 2 going up there as well, and PS3 and PSP owners can both download a demo of Numblast, which came out the other week.

For full games, PSP owners get a choice between Samurai Warriors: State of War (£13.99/€17.99) and Unbound Saga (£11.99/€14.99).

So what's going on with Trine? According to a post on the official forums (thanks vg247), "yet another small bug" had to be fixed before release.

"I can't tell for sure when the release is coming, as no-one really seems to know," wrote the developer. "Also, I have no idea are EU and NA releases timed differently." Ah well, judging by the PC version, it should be worth the wait.

Away from the full game downloads, for downloadable content there's a free update for Fight Night Round 4 that introduces a sponsored tournament, new training gym, new gameplay sliders and "a few extra bits of kit".

EA also has another course available for Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10. This time it's Cog Hill for £4.79/€5.99.

And finally, those of you who bought Rag Doll Kung Fu but couldn't be bothered to go to the trouble of unlocking all the costumes can shortcut that with the Time Savers Pack for £1.19/€1.99.

That's assuming any of that goes up - Sony is experimenting with pre-announcements on the PlayStation Blog, but admits it's subject to last-minute change if the unforeseeable happens.

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