Yesterday's addition of the Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception multiplayer beta still headlines what the PlayStation Store offers today.
It's this year's big PS3 exclusive. And it poses the mouth watering question of can Naughty Dog now bring multiplayer to the same sky-high standard as single-player?
Among the games available to buy today are Sega Rally Online Arcade for £6.30, and Red Faction: Armageddon for £58. Wait, what?!
Nostalgia-filled XBLA racer lands.
No game has issued that nostalgia-shattering comedown as forcibly as the original Sega Rally.
My dad, brother and I absolutely adored the game. We loved it in the dingy arcades of Bournemouth's piers and we played it to death on the Sega Saturn. My brother dreamed of one day buying a Toyota Celica, just because it was the coolest car in the game.
We especially loved all the iconic voice-overs and catchphrases, like "Game Over Yeeeah" and "Long easy left" and "Gentlemen, start your engines". Actually, that last one might have blared out from a nearby Daytona USA cabinet, come to think of it. Funny how nostalgia clouds your mind.
This week Sega Rally Online Arcade arrives on Xbox Live Arcade - but will Sega ever embark on a full-scale Rally revival?
SEGA Rally Online Arcade pulls into Xbox Live Arcade on 18th May, Microsoft has confirmed.
As detailed on Major Nelson's blog, you'll need to scrape together 800 Points.
First announced back in January, it's a blend of 2007 console title SEGA Rally and its arcade machine counterpart.
SEGA Rally Online Arcade will be racing onto PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade later this year, SEGA has confirmed.
After tip-toeing around a Korean Game Rating Board listing last week, the publisher has now dropped official details about the forthcoming racer.
It sounds like it will be a straight blend of the storming 2007 console title SEGA Rally and its perennially popular arcade counterpart.