PSN, we really missed you. Week after week of hopeful expectation that Sony would resume service went by, and nothing but sullen messages about maintenance. But it's back! Back! [We know, it's been back a while now, but this article got held up by some glorified meeting in America. -Ed.]
The expected content flood hasn't quite panned out the way some of you might have imagined. Wisely, Sony has given us extra helpings, but presumably not all the pending content that would have emerged had things operated normally.
The good news is that most of it is exclusive to PSN, so rather than trawl through a bunch of games we've already played on 360 and PC, we're focusing on the standout titles that are worthy of your attention.
Unsurprisingly, there will be no PlayStation Store update this week.
In a tweet the EU PlayStation Blog confirmed the news we were all expecting.
"Due to ongoing work to bring PSN back online there will be no publish this week for PS Store or PS Home." it reads. "We will resume when PSN is online."
Fantasy RTS Under Siege arrives on PlayStation Network on 27th April, developer Seed has announced.
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Portuguese developer Seed Studios has lifted the lid on PS3-exclusive RTS Under Siege.
Due out later this year, the game will place "special emphasis" on user-generated content, according to the official website, and be tailored for console gameplay and controls. Multiplayer and community features will be important, too.
There's not much else to go on, other than some pre-alpha screenshots, which show rural areas and what appear to be tribes and explorers. We can't see much evidence of technology, and the silhouettes on the site suggest swords are the staple weapon-type.