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PlayStation Store Global Update – January 25, 2010

Each week Sony brings PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable owners new content, add-ons, games and more. PlayStation LifeStyle catalogs the PlayStation Store updates for the major regions across the globe. Check back every Tuesday and Wednesday to keep up to date with each week’s PlayStation Store Update.

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ftwrthtx4872d ago

The Deadspace Extraction Demo is 3.5 GB. Wow!

Taggart4514872d ago

It's the full game so if you decide to but it it's merely a simple unlock.

ftwrthtx4872d ago

That's what I figured when I started the download. It's still a big download though.

decimalator4872d ago

I've noticed quite a few very big demos recently. I wonder if Sony has lowered their download fees they charge developers, so it is less expensive to have bigger downloads.

T3mpr1x4872d ago

Got a new 750 GB HDD in my PS3, so that size no longer phases me :)

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Taggart4514872d ago

I believe it would be appropriate to say:

Bulletstorm! FUCK YEAH

ftwrthtx4872d ago

Bulletstorm clocks in at 1188 MB (1.1 GB)

EL1TE4872d ago

Is Bulletstorm demo Singleplayer and Multi or just a single mode?

decimalator4872d ago

Isn't the Bulletstorm MP just co-op? Is the demo just SP, or does it have co-op too?

BrianC62344872d ago

I just played the Bulletstorm demo. No thanks. It hurts my eyes way too much. It comes out the same day as Killzone 3. Sounds like a mistake. This game just doesn't seem all that great based on the demo. And you have to press X to jump over a tiny wall? Why?

ftwrthtx4872d ago

The demo is just SP (Echo Mode)

EL1TE4872d ago

Thank you. :)

Shame on me for not using Google. :/

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From highest score to total number of skillshots performed , players can compete with their friends for bragging rights in Echo mode as they decimate enemies with over-the-top combat moves using some of the most innovative weapons ever seen in a first-person shooter. With more than 45 skillshots in the demo, players are encouraged to “Kill with Skill” in Bulletstorm, finding stylish and ever imaginative ways to take down anyone that stands in their way. The Bulletstorm demo also allows players to unlock platform-specific upgrades* to use in the game’s Anarchy mode, from the Crimson Leash to Stealth Armor, when they purchase the full game.

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BigWoopMagazine4872d ago

Sweet sweet demos, here I come.

CryWolf4872d ago

Why does it take in tell 6:00pm to update there PSN servers and Microsoft have it up at about around 6:14am early today we shouldn't have to wait all day for a PSN update its ridiculous how Sony mistreat us.

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EA Shoots Down Dead Space 2 Remake Rumors: 'No Validity to This Story'

EA has shut down rumors that EA Motive considered a Dead Space 2 remake before shelving it due to low sales of the previous game, saying there's "no validity" to the reports.

XiNatsuDragnel48d ago

Sure.... right.... at least remake dead space 3 w/o microtransactions bs.

XiNatsuDragnel46d ago

I sometimes I wished I didn't Ngl lol

Knightofelemia47d ago

Why not remake DS2 whether shot down or not it's still my favorite game next to DS1. As much as I hate EA I would buy or would have bought DS2 day one.

MeteorPanda47d ago

No validity XD "Guys guys, we cant possible make a good game or cater to the gamers wants, stop"

Yi-Long47d ago

I don't know if sales met their expectations or not. I just know that the high review scores received my attention so I was interested in buying it, but its price stayed high (50+ bucks) for so long that I simply never bothered picking it up.

Tacoboto47d ago

Doesn't pay full price
Doesn't pay *any* price
Ponders if sales met expectations regarding an allegedly canceled sequel.

Gee...

Yi-Long46d ago

Well, for starters, I'm sure there are plenty of games I never bought which did, somehow, still, meet their sales-expectations.

Concerning Dead Space; I never played and thus cared for the original. It's in multiple genres (shooter, sci-fi, horror) I don't particularly care about so it was barely on my radar pre-launch. I was never its target-audience.

When reviews hit, and it was scoring big, it gathered my interest, so while it wasn't in my field of interest, it mrans that I wanted to give it a fair shot and at least give it a try, as I do with many games across different genres; I tend to just cherry-pick the good stuff and see if it's for me or not.

But, I do wait for sales on those games I take a risk on.

Kornholic46d ago (Edited 46d ago )

Lol, you are a huge part of the problem. If a very high-quality game is not even worth 50 bucks to you, then what is?