Burn Zombie Burn

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All Zombies Must Die! on PC, PSN

Burn Zombie Burn! follow-up announced.

Cartoony top-down shooter All Zombies Must Die! arrives on PC and PlayStation Network later this year, developer doublesix has announced.

Burn Zombie Burn launches on PSN

Burn Zombie Burn launches on PSN

DLC for LBP, PAIN, R2, COD5, more.

Sony has updated the PlayStation Store with Burn Zombie Burn for PS3, downloadable content for LittleBigPlanet, PAIN, Resistance 2, EndWar and COD5, and a PSone copy of Magic Carpet (the latter costing GBP 4.79 / EUR 5.99).

Burn Zombie Burn, developed by UK outfit doublesix, goes for GBP 6.29 / EUR 7.99, and sees players trying to hold off a horde of zombies for as long as possible in order to set a score and hopefully unlock more content.

Then there's the Resistance 2 Aftermath Map Pack, announced this week, for GBP 3.99 / EUR 4.99. Elsewhere Call of Duty: World at War fans get access to Map Pack 1 for GBP 7.99 / EUR 9.99, which is a bit more than Xbox owners had to pay but the quality is certainly there.

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Burn Zombie Burn! gets release date

Burn Zombie Burn! gets release date

Third-person top-down arena-based shooter.

Developer doublesix has announced that Burn Zombie Burn! is coming to PSN on Thursday 26th March.

It's billed as a top-down, arena-based third-person shooter which should appeal to fans of ye olde coin-ops. There are six levels to explore, all inspired by classic American horror movies.

Playing as lead character Bruce, you must shoot, burn and blow up hordes of zombies. Fire is your greatest weapon and high scores can be earned by burning loads of zombies in one go and setting up huge chains of explosions.

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Sony details spring PSN plans

Sony details spring PSN plans

Worms! Ragdoll Kung Fu! Diner Dash!

Sony plans to release Worms, Ragdoll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic, Diner Dash and many others on PlayStation Network this spring.

That's according to a Sony US press release outlining plans for "PSN Spring Fever", which was sent out yesterday.

However, the same list reproduced on the US PlayStation blog has a few amendments, notably the removal of Worms and Diner Dash. There's no explanation, so we've gone in search of one. We'll let you know.

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