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Candy, girls, and pinball this week on PSN *UPDATE*

This week we see quite a line up, first up we have Skullgirls an all lady beat’em up that comes with all the fixings. Right along side it is the new quirky game World Gone Sour, taking us on an interesting journey trying to get to the human stomach. We also see some classic pinball tables come back to life in FarSights new game, The Pinball Arcade. See the full list of what you can find in the PlayStation store just after the break.

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What’s New in the European PlayStation Store

This week you can find all sorts of gaming fun in your local digital game store. I Am Alive is finally here bringing you an “end of world” experience like never before. Next up is Wheels of Destruction, set in a “lawless, post-apocalyptic world” where you are pitted in a hectic car battle to death. As usual we have the full update, so take a quick look and see what is new this week.

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PlayStaytion Network:

  • Army Corps of Hell – Bunny Ears Equipment Set – £4.79, €5.99, AU$9.95 (Vita DLC)
  • BlazBlue: CSE – System Voice Arrange Kokomoe Type-A, Type-B – £4.79, €5.99, AU$9.95 (Vita DLC)
  • I Am Alive – £11.99, €14.99, AU$23.95 (PSN)
  • I Kill Zombies (minis)
  • MotorStorm RC – Bonus Supermini: Bumper – Free (Vita DLC)
  • MotorStorm RC – Carnival Expansion Pack – £2.39, €2.99, AU$4.95 (Vita DLC)
  • MotorStorm RC – Carnival Time Saver – £0.40, €0.49, AU$0.90 (Vita DLC)
  • MotorStorm RC – Special Buggy: Wulff Weenie – £0.21, €0.25, AU$0.45 (Vita DLC)
  • Wheels of Destruction – £7.99, €9.99 (PSN)
  • Who Wants to be a Millionaire – Active Bundle – £11.99, €14.99, AU$23.95 (PSN DLC)
  • Who Wants to be a Millionaire – Entertainment Bundle – £11.99, €14.99, AU$23.95 (PSN DLC)

Source: EU PlayStation Blog

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The Carnival DLC Skidding Toward MotorStorm RC

The downloadable racer MotorStorm RC, available for both PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita, is getting a sizable DLC tune-up today in the form of The Carnival expansion.

This full-bodied piece of content adds six fresh tracks: The Side Show, Fun House, Bite Size, Beach Party, Splash Down and Aqua Plane. 24 different events will also become available in Race, Pursuit, Hot Lap and Drift modes, and four new Trophies will be added. That’s not enough bonus content to scratch your remote-controlled itch? Add on eight new vehicle models with four Carnival-inspired insignia per car in four different color schemes.

You can download The Carnival today at the reasonable price of $3.99.

Source: Eurogamer

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Post-Apocalyptic Fun Hitting the PlayStation Store This Week

This week is a huge post, not only will we be covering the releases for April 2, but we will be doing a catch up from what we missed last week as well. This week we’ll be seeing I Am Alive, an “end of the world” survival game, Wheels of Destruction, also set in a recovering world, pits drivers in a life or death battle with an FPS twist. That isn’t all: last week we had two Neo Geo classics, World Heroes and Shock Troopers launch alongside the long awaited, twice named and spiritual successor to the Mashed series, Wrecked: Revenge Revisited. Between what is new and what was missed there is plenty for everyone in this week’s PSN Store update/catch-up…

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PSN Store week of March 22, 2012

This week we see the HD release of Rayman 3 a bright and buoyant journey to save the Crossroad of Dreams. Not into cute platformers, then test out you brush strokes in Sumioni: Demon Arts. For you race enthusiasts there is new DLC for Ridge Racer, that’s not all, you can also find new DLC for BlazBlue and MotorStorm RC. On top of all this there is a few new PS3 downloadable titles and a huge Final Fantasy sale for PlayStation Plus members. So with out further ado lets get to whats new in the PSN Store this week…

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PlayStation Plus Has Amazing Deals Again This month

Last month PlayStation Plus members saw a plethora of benefits, the biggest being 13 free games. In this new month Sony isn’t slowing things down, bringing Plus members early access to their first big release for Spring, Journey, which releases worldwide starting March 13. Next up is Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus, an amazing cel-shaded action adventure PS2 Classic that has been given the full HD and trophy overhaul and it’s all your’s for free. Speaking of free, there’s also Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix up for grabs, and if that wasn’t enough all the winning games from the PSN Gamers’ Choice Awards are 50% off.

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MotorStorm: RC Free on Vita for Limited Time, Domino’s Car Available

Evolution Studios’ off-road, remote racer MotorStorm: RC wants you to play it. So much so that for a limited time, you’ll be able to download the Vita version of the game for no charge.

That’s right – starting tomorrow afternoon, any Vita owner can hop on the store and download this miniature version of one of the PlayStation 3′s most recognizable franchises for free. Along with the new game comes a custom RC version of Scion’s iQ, which is exclusive to the PlayStation Vita version of the game. More free goodies, you say? Well, according to Destructoid, European gamers can now download a free vehicle with a Domino’s Pizza logo on the side of it. Maybe not nearly as exciting, but who doesn’t want to deliver a pizza after winning a dangerous race?

Don’t forget, this is a limited time offer. Make sure to download your copy tomorrow before it’s too late.

Source: PlayStation Blog

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MotorStorm RC Crashing into March, DLC Revealed

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The MotorStorm series may be best known for its big vehicles and even bigger crashes, but Evolution Studios plans on diversifying the brand with MotorStorm RC. This remote-controlled racer, playable on both PlayStation Vita and PS3, just received a release date of March 6 today through the PlayStation Blog.

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Vita’s Cross-Play Detailed

In just three short days, the PS Vita will be available in stores (unless you already got the First Edition Bundle on February 15). Among all it’s touted features, cross-play tends to stand out. This brings two very welcome features to the table: the ability to engage in cross-platform multiplayer with the PS3 (depending on the game) and accessing content on your Vita that was bought on your home console. Read the rest of this entry »

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