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Submitted by D R Fz 3248d ago | news

Aussie PlayStation Store games priced

Sony Computer Entertainment Australia (affectionately known here at the QJ offices as "the other SCEA") has finally let the Australian PlayStation Store out into the wild, so to speak.

According to GameSpot AU, Australia's local PlayStation Store will have at least 29 demos, trailers, and video downloads by the time the PS3 launches in Australia on Friday, March 23.

The Australian PlayStation Store will also feature a few downloadable games such as Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection (AU$ 16.95), Blast Factor (AU$ 8.45), GripShift (AU$ 8.85), and Lemmings (AU$ 13.37). The Store will also feature free demo levels for MotorStorm, Genji: Days of the Blade, Ridge Racer 7, and Gran Turismo HD. (PS3)

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