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US PS Store Update, Sept. 20 – Resident Evil, Lonesome Road, Nirvana, SR2

Wednesday, 21st September 2011 14:19 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Sony updated the US end of the PS Store and Plus last night, and along with celebrating Resident Evil’s 15th Anniversary with lots of goodies, there’s plenty more to tempt you with. Head on below the break to become acquainted with the offerings.

As mentioned yesterday, Resident Evil 4 HS is now available through PSN with Trophy support and if you are a Plus member, you can get the game for 50 percent off for the next week. You’ll also get plenty of RE4-themed Avatars as well.

Burnout Crash! with the Autolog feature integrated is also available, as is the puzzler Cubixx HD which contains 50 playable levels in both single and seven-player co-op.

Plus subs are lucky this week, as they can get Cubixx HD for 30 percent off, and what’s more they’re getting the first three Resident Evil games free. Yes, you read that correctly: Resident Evil Director’s Cut, Resident Evil 2, and Resident Evil 3: Nemesis are free.

The regular update this week has RE4 HD, Cubixx HD, Saints Row 2, Bolt and Burnout Crash! available as well. Altered Beat is also available and will run you $4.99.

Demos for the week are NBA 2K12 and Burnout Crash.

Add-on content includes Lonesome Road for Fallout: New Vegas, Gill for SFIII: Third Strike, the F1 2011: Vip Pass, the Skydrift: Extreme Fighters Premium Airplane Pack, Roesha for The Baconing,
and for Disgaea 4 you can get Hi-Res Asagi for free. Rock Band 3 has the Nirvana Pack available to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Nevermind. Yeah, we are still in shock over that little celebratory nugget.

Pricing updates for the week apply discounts to various games, including: Saints Row 2 DLC, Mass Effect 2, R-Type Command, and discounts on the first three Resident Evil games which the Plusers are getting free.

PSP users can download Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 2: Innocent Sin this week, and in the mimi category, you can get Edge, where you push a cube using telekinesis within a geometric universe.

That’s you updated. Get the full list through the link.

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3 Comments

  1. KrazyKraut

    Burnout Crash is better than I thought….okay I just say that because the Procuder bribed me with some t-shirts at the GamesCom^^

    #1 3 years ago
  2. HeavyD-Love

    I love the Burnout series. Having said that, Burnout Crash is a complete waste of money, time, as well as being an insult to the Burnout series and modern downloadable titles in general.

    #2 3 years ago
  3. speedxl01

    Yep, I’m downloading Resident Evil 1,2,and 3 for free! thank you PS Plus!, I’m thinking about buying RE4, that 50% off its good, but I hoped it would have move support so..

    #3 3 years ago

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