Sony's Pulse video show reckons PAIN has been the most downloaded PlayStation Network game this year.
Sony has updated the PlayStation Store with all sorts of exciting new content. Hahahaha. No, but seriously, there's a few new bits and pieces including the long overdue 1942: Joint Strike (GBP 6.99) and a demo of the same.
There's also the FIFA 09 demo we told you about yesterday, an Elefunk demo, a PlayTV demo that uses pre-recorded content to showcase how Sony's new PVR thingy works, and PAIN Amusement Park (GBP 3.49), which gives fans of the physics-based slapstick-'em-up a new environment to violently explore.
Also on the downloadable content front, there's a new Rock Band section featuring album, tracks and track pack areas. The Cars, Judas Priest (both GBP 7.49) and The Who (GBP 9.99) have albums there, while there are too many tracks and track packs to list, but they range from GBP 0.99 for a single song to GBP 4.99 for six-track bundles.
Downloadable PS3 title PAIN will be retrofitted with Trophies on 4th September, according to the Sony blog.
Sony has launched lots more information about its Amusement Park add-on for PAIN.
It will be out later this summer and will hop on the trophy support bandwagon, according to Sony spokesperson Travis Williams on the official US blog.
Amusement Park also finally lets you invite friends into your world over the Internet, rather than limiting you to the existing mini-game spin-offs.