PAIN Amusement Park and Jeopardy Added to PlayStation Store
The September edition of Qore may have been released last week, but Sony today released the MotorStorm: Pacific Rift demo to annual Qore subscribers and those who purchased the fourth episode of the advertisement-laced digital magazine. The download is now available under the latest episode’s download center.
This week’s lone downloadable PS3 game is Jeopardy which, as reported earlier, will run you $15 and includes the all-important online support that should prove to make the game a must-buy for many folks. On the PlayStation Store for PC, PlayStation Portable owners can now find the competent Advance Wars wannabe Field Commander which was received fairly well when it was reviewed by 1UP and EGM. Like Jeopardy, it costs $15 — falling right in line with the price of a used copy at either Amazon or GameStop.
New Rock Band tracks — including Stephen Colbert’s “Charlene” — are now available, with Guitar Hero III getting Metallica’s “Death Magnetic” album tomorrow for $18. The album will also be compatible with Guitar Hero World Tour, which should make it much easier for Guitar Hero fans to justify purchasing.
In addition to the usual smattering of videos, themes and wallpapers, demos of both Guitar Hero: Aerosmith and FIFA 09 are both now available, as is a ton of DLC of PAIN — including PAIN Amusement Park, the first new environment the game has received since it was first released.
The full list of new content can be found over at PlayStation.Blog.