The servers for eight games in the SOCOM series will be shut down 31st August, 2012.
Riff: Everyday Shooter leads the weekly PlayStation Store update this week, but you should already know that if you glue your face to Eurogamer.
Sony has confirmed that SOCOM will be heading to the PlayStation 3, although a European release date and details were MIA.
As you'll know if you've checked in with Sony's current-gen E3 line-up, Zipper Interactive's working on a pair of new SOCOM games - one for PS2 and one for PSP.
The PS2 one is called SOCOM: US Navy SEALs Combined Assault and adds four-player co-operative modes, as well as new weapons including non-lethal tear gas, pepper spray and concussion grenade options.
Meanwhile, the PSP game will be SOCOM: US Navy SEALs Fireteam Bravo 2, which offers a non-linear 14-mission single-player campaign, a new "Command Equity" system that allows you to earn points and spend them on weapons, satellite intel and air strikes, and a trio of new multiplayer modes.