Friday , March 1 2024
Move along, nothing to see here! Minimal update with only a couple of demos to please us.

PlayStation Network Update: 01/22/2008

Well, not much of an update this week. I particularly love the Skate 2 DLC, remember how we make fun of EA for their pay for cheat DLC, yeah, looks they they are continuing a glorious tradition. Other add-ons are a little better, a new Buzz! pack and yet another free Naruto pack beef up the standard Rock Band and Guitar Hero DLC.

No games to buy, but two demos are on hand for your enjoyment. Wipeout HD is the first and I am not sure if it is necessary considering all the positive press the game has received, but playing is believing. F.E.A.R. 2 is the next demo and one I am downloading right now. Looks great and hopefully carries on the great aspects from the first game.

Finally on the multimedia front we have numerous game and movie videos. Pretty minimal update this week, here's looking forward to better things in the future. Below is a list of all the items added to this weeks PSN update. For more details, please visit the official PlayStation Blog.

Price Update

  • Brain Challenge Expansion Pack (now $2.99)

Add-on Game Content

  • BUZZ! Quiz TV American Culture Pack ($5.99)
  • NARUTO: Ultimate Ninja STORM Pack 7 (free)
  • Skate 2 Time Is Money Pack ($4.99)
  • Guitar Hero World Tour
  • Rock Band

Game Demos (free)

  • WipEout HD
  • F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin Demo

Game Videos (free)

  • Resistance: Retribution Story Trailer
  • Lords of the Rings Conquest: Conquest Good to be Good Trailer
  • Mirror’s Edge DLC Trailer
  • Eat Lead Teaser Trailer
  • Ski-Doo Snowmobile Challenge

Movie and Blu-ray Disc Trailers (free)

  • The X-Files: I Want to Believe: “Reinstated” Featurette
  • Max Payne: Script to Screen Featurette
  • Horton Hears a Who: Anatomy of a Scene Featurette

About Michael Prince

A longtime video game fan starting from simple games on the Atari 2600 to newer titles on a bleeding edge PC I play everything I can get my hands on.

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