Free downloads of side-scrolling arena dust-up Awesomenauts and PlayStation 2 classic Max Payne headline May's PlayStation Plus content.
Subscribers to Sony's premium service can download both Remedy's original Payne romp and Ronimo's colourful follow-up to highly-regarded RTS Swords & Soldiers from 2nd May.
You can also grab eight casual titles from developer Tik Games free of charge until 4th July, including Hamsterball and Mushroom Wars.
Sega's really very good futuristic shooter Binary Domain has a PC release date.
Digital distributors will sell the game from 27th April, and boxed copies will be available from 18th May.
But wait, there are pre-order bonuses. The Dan Marshall Pack gives bionic upgrades and weaponry, and the romantically named Multiplayer Pack gives a class (Ninja), map (Outside High-rise) and extra weapon types (a sniper rifle and handgun).
Binary Domain, the third person sci-fi adventure from the same Sega team behind the Yakuza series, gets a PC release in April.
New Sega shooter Binary Domain and Final Fantasy music spin-off Theatrhythm both posted strong debuts in this week's Japanese sales chart.
A huge range of PlayStation 2 Classics will be made available to download from the EU PlayStation Store today, Sony has revealed.
Binary Domain, the new third person squad shooter from Yakuza producer Toshihiro Nagoshi, launches on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on 17th February, publisher Sega has announced.
Set in Tokyo in the year 2080, the game sees your squad of soldier attempting to wrestle control of the city from a faction of power-hungry cyborgs.
Could be one to look out for - aside from Yakuza, Nagoshi boasts a number of other key Sega franchises on his CV. He directed the first Super Monkey Ball, supervised on Shenmue and was producer on NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams.
A raft of Sega games will be playable at Eurogamer Expo 2011.
Update: Sega has told Eurogamer that the Binary Domain February 2012 date will be for all territories.
Original story: Sega plans to release Binary Domain, an exciting sci-fi shooter from the makers of Yakuza, in February 2012.
The date is printed loud and proud at the end of a new video, which sets the story for the game.
The director of Japanese gangster series Yakuza has turned his hand to the shooter genre with a new game called Binary Domain.
Toshihiro Nagoshi told Famitsu (translated by 1UP) Binary Domain is an online-focused science fiction robot game for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. No release window is mentioned.
Unlike Yakuza, Binary Domain is being produced with a global audience in mind, which should make it likely for release on these shores.