This Week On… US PSN Store (July 26th 2011)
Section 8: Prejudice
Picking up where Section 8 left off, Prejudice reunites players with Captain Alex Corde and the 8th Armored Infantry, nicknamed Section 8 for their willingness to take on extremely dangerous missions. As they cope with the fallout of the war with the Arm of Orion, Corde’s squad pursues the last of the resistance only to discover a mysterious new threat powerful enough to shake humanity to its core.
Size: 2.11 GB
Back to the Future: The Game Episode 5
In “OUTATIME”, the season finale of this 5 game series, lives are changed, mysteries are solved, and paradoxes are avoided as Young Emmett seals his fate, sending Marty and Doc on a climactic chase through Hill Valley’s past, present, and future.
Price: Free (with season pass)
Size: 289 MB
Deadliest Warrior: Legends
Deadliest Warrior: Legends is the highly anticipated sequel to last summer’s top selling game. Take control of history’s greatest warriors and face the likes of Alexander the Great, Attila the Hun, Genghis Khan, Hannibal, Hernan Cortes, Shaka Zulu, Sun Tzu, Vlad the Impaler and William Wallace.
Size: 1.67 GB
The villainous Death Adder has taken the king and his daughter prisoner. Three brave warriors have stepped forward to save the land. Combine forces with a friend to defeat Death Adder’s forces and free the land.
Size: 36 MB
No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise (Demo)
Check out the one and only No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise game demo! Play as Travis Touchdown as you fight to become the world’s #1 Assassin!
Size: 471 MB
Test Yourself Memory (Add-on)
Do you remember what game you downloaded yesterday? Or what’s the speed of light? The new TestYourself add-on is a series of interactive psychology tests and games designed to test and evaluate your memory. The human memory is a unique tool that is essential for surviving in today’s world. TestYourself can help you turn a new leaf in the Book of You.
Move.me is not a game. It is a software server application for the PS3 system that utilizes the PlayStation Move motion controller as an input device. Using the PS3 system, the PlayStation Eye camera, the PlayStation Move motion controller, and a PC, a programmer can create applications that will run on a PC or other internet connected devices. Additional motion and navigation controllers can be used.
Size: 3.08 MB
Note: All descriptions are taken from press releases or company websites, and are not the opinion of the author.
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