Warns that leaked code of upcoming PSP title is incomplete
Sony Computer Entertainment UK has condemned the leaking of forthcoming PSP title Gangs of London to the internet, after copies of an internal beta of the game appeared on BitTorrent sites overnight.
Speaking to GamesIndustry.biz, Sony spokesman David Wilson also warned consumers that the leaked version is incomplete and buggy.
Mike Kebby on European Playstation.Blog writes:
"For the full list of content you know what to do, scroll down for the rundown. This week (and every week from now on actually) I'll be mentioning a few bits of content I think may be of particular interest to you. It's obvious that there are various pockets of different users visiting the store, and it's our job to try and make sure there's a good mixture of content available, so whilst there won't always be something for everyone every week, I think we're offering a very diverse range of content to suit most people's tastes."
Ready to download some games to your PSP? The PC-based PS Store is open for business, and reader Matt G. noticed the virtual marketplace's first price drops
Gangs of London is $12.99 (was $19.99)
SOCOM: Fireteam Bravo is $10.99 (was $14.99)
Wipeout Pure is $10.99 (was $14.99)
Wipeout Pure is a great deal at that price, especially for those of you that are a bit too broke to afford next month's Wipeout Pulse. And remember, no matter what -- stay away from Gangs of London.
Tags: deal, dealoftheday, store
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