Euro PSN update, May 7 – Savage Moon demo, LocoRoco, LBP

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 7 May 2009 18:09 GMT


Content for the European PSN Store is a bit sparse this week. Sorry ’bout that.

However, there should be something on the list to occupy you – a demo of Savage Moon, DLC for HAWX, LBP, Trivial Pursuit, Wheelman and LocoRoco for PSP.

Full thing after the break, courtesy of Joystiq.

Playable Content

  • Savage Moon demo

Add-on Content

  • Tom Clancy’s HAWX US Eagles pack (£3.99)
  • Wheelman Premium Street Showdown pack (£3.99)
  • Wheelman Free Street Showdown (free)
  • LittleBigPlanet Norse Mythology pack (£2.39)
  • Trivial Pursuit TV pack (free)
  • Guitar Hero World Tour Ferret/Metal Blade pack (£4.39)
  • Rock Band DLC (continued)

Rock Band DLC

Franz Ferdinand 3-pack (£2.49)

  • “Do You Want To” (£0.99)
  • “Lucid Dreams” (£0.99)
  • “Take Me Out” (£0.99)
  • Individual Songs (£0.99 ea.)
  • “Smooth Criminal” — Alien Ant Farm
  • “Blue Sky” — Allman Brothers
  • “Midnight Rider” — Allman Brothers
  • “Drain the Blood” — Distillers
  • “Naked Eye” — Luscious Jackson
  • “Idealistic Types” — Prong
  • “The Banishment” — Prong


  • trailer
  • Burnout Paradise Cops and Robbers trailer
  • Tekken 6 Editor’s Day trailer

Themes and Wallpapers

  • FEAR 2 theme (free)

PSP Content

  • Key of Heaven full game (£14.99)
  • LocoRoco full game (£14.99)
  • SOCOM: Fireteam Bravo 2 full game (£14.99)
  • Imagine Champion Rider demo (free)
  • World Tour Soccer 2 (£14.99)

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