Sony plans to offer trios of PSN games on UMD discs starting this October, ensuring PSP owners throughout the land can lay their mitts on previously download-only content.
Sony's latest US update for the PlayStation Network's PS3 and PSP stores introduce a few interesting bits, including the Sixaxis-controlled High Velocity Bowling (USD 9.99) for PS3 and Sony London's downloadable PSP MP3-playing rhythm-action game Beats (USD 4.99), which you may arrived on the European PSP Store at launch.
The Sony PSP Store for the PC launched last night with a downloadable line-up headed up by a PSP version of PS3 titles Go! Puzzle and Go! Sudoku, downloadable versions of UMD games B-Boy and Fired up, and something else - a rhythm-action game called Beats. We had a quick play to see what it's like.