Sony has popped two new PSP demos onto its American PC Store.
The first is for Puzzle Guzzle, which has you making diagonal shapes on a square board while an opponent tries to make your life more difficult; "your brain tears the box to shreds" apparently, and that sounds like super powers.
The other is a sampler for Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law, a game based on the US cartoon where superheroes and characters from 1960s Hanna-Barbera shows tackle court cases.
However, early reviews suggest this is a bit rubbish, and Capcom has no plans for it to appear here anyway. We'll let you know soon.
You will need to trick the PC Store and pretend you live in the USA to download these demos. Do this by selecting "United States" as the place you live in, or delete your cookies and try again if you have already committed to The Truth.
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