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One of the roadblocks to really enjoying an all-digital game collection is that it's a lot faster to drive to the store and buy a new PlayStation 4 release at midnight than it is to snag it off of the PSN Store. Sony's been prepping a fix for this for awhile now, but we thought it wouldn't be star...

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June 18, 2014 at 8:13PM
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Yeah, we hope you weren't getting too excited about today's PSN update. There's very little here, again. Interestingly, Europe has recently been getting far better content than their yank cousins and this week is no exception. Here's the full release list: Add-on Content Rock Band DLC (detailed...

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This is not a good week in games for anyone who has finals or works from home. The PlayStation Blog announced this afternoon the full version of echochrome will be available tomorrow from the PlayStation Store, which is just one glorious week after the demo release gave the general populace a tast...

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Boy, you guys must really hate going to your local game retailer. Sony today announced that it's PSN Online Store has racked up an impressive 52 million downloads since launching with the PS3 back in November '06 (and expanding to the PSP in November '07). For context, Microsoft's Xbox Live Marketp...

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That new PS3 firmware that just dropped has a little more going for it than just DivX and WMV support -- Sony's enabled PSP Remote Play of PS1 games from a PS3, no matter whether they're downloaded from the PSN Store or the actual physical games inserted in the PS3's drive. Our peeps at PSP Fanboy...

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With just some wallpapers, trailers and PS Eye software, there's not a whole lot to crow about in the new PlayStation Network update if you live in America. (Check the list after the break if you don't believe us.) Sure, you can drop $5.99 to play Spyro the Dragon, and, yes, Spyro is a really rad ga...

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Our reaction to Sony's lackluster European PSN update was on of disappointment, to say the least. It seems that ThreeSpeech feel the same way. They have contacted SCEE in order to figure out exactly when Euro is going to stop being treated like second class citizens. Sadly, there has been no respon...

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Due to fatal crash bugs, Medievil, Crash Bandicoot 2 and Spyro 2 were removed from the PlayStation Store. Emails have started being sent out to people who bought the games detailing the current situation. Sadly, it doesn't look great for those of us who actually wanted to play them. Anyone who boug...

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Sony have confirmed to Eurogamer.net that the PS1 title Medievil has been removed from the European PSN store. It seems the game has a bug which comes into effect in level 3, crashing the game. Until Sony have fixed the problem, Medievil will not be available to purchase from the online store. Anyon...

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The EU PSN got updated earlier today with a demo of The Darkness. All very exciting. Until we see what's up on the US store. Oh how we cried with envy. Seriously, lots of tears. Anyway, here's the list of updates for this week: Castlevania: Symphony of the Night PS1 game for PSP/PS3 ($9.99) ...

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We've managed to get our hands on what exactly we can expect from the EU PSN Store this month. After this week's huge update, we had high hopes that this month would continue offering us some excellent content. Those hopes seem to be well founded. Check out the list of releases for the upcoming we...

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