European PSN releases for September 18th

Jem Alexander
J. Alexander|09.18.08

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European PSN releases for September 18th
That's more like it. Have you noticed that we haven't been moaning about European PSN releases for a little while? That's because SCEE has clearly stepped up their game. Big releases are nigh-on simultaneous and demos and add-ons are rarely late, either. Being a European is pretty good this week, with three demos, two song packs for Rock Band and some decent videos and themes. Here's the full release list:

Playable content
  • Fracture demo
  • SoulCalibur IV demo
  • NBA Live 09 demo
Add-on content
  • Rock Band DLC (listed after the break)
  • Rock Band Song Export Key (£2.49/€3.49)
Having said that, the Rock Band DLC is lagging slightly, but we're going to give them the benefit of the doubt for a few weeks, until they get everything synced up properly. The most confusing thing about this update is the Rock Band Son Export Key. Why would Europe need that now, if Rock Band 2 is nowhere in sight? Unless EA is going to surprise the region with a sooner-than-expected (ie, within the next 6 months) release? Who knows. What it does mean is that the song export patch (which includes GHIII controller compatability) should be available soon. Right?
  • Fallout 3 official trailer
  • Resistance 2 "Twisted History" video
  • Pure Exhilaration trailer
  • PAIN Amusement Park Clown Toss trailer
  • PAIN Amusement Park Hot & Cold trailer
  • PlayTV Product trailer
Themes and Wallpapers
  • inFamous theme
  • 4x PAIN themes
  • PlayTV theme
  • 3x PAIN wallpapers
  • PlayTV wallpaper
Rock Band DLC

Locksley Pack 1 (£2.49/€3.99)
  • "She Does" - Locksley (£0.99/€1.49)
  • "Dont Make Me Wait" - Locksley (£0.99/€1.49)
  • "All Over Again" - Locksley (£0.99/€1.49)
PAX Pack 1 (£1.69/€2.29)
  • "Skullcrusher Mountain" - Jonathan Coulton (£0.59/€0.79)
  • "Livin' on the Corner of Dude and Catastrophe" - MC Frontalot (£0.59/€0.79)
  • "Shhh…." - Darkest of the Hillside Thickets (£0.59/€0.79)
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