You’ll soon be able to download and install select PSN games ahead of release, so you can sit staring at them while waiting for the release date – just like your PC brethren. Gamasutra reports the first game to allow pre-loading will be Sorcery, which officially launches next week. Detractors frequently complain about download speeds on the PSN, so this should go some way towards addressing the issue. For more information, check out this handy official FAQ.
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The second installment to Sorcery!, the collaborative title from Fighting Fantasy co-creator Steve Jackson and text adventure company Inkle, is coming very soon to the App Store. Part 2, also known as Khare: Cityport of Traps, will double the narrative content of the first game, introduce complex story branches, new enemy types, and general improvements […]
Those in the US can run down to their local shop today and pick up a copy of the Workshop’s Move-game, Sorcery. Alternatively, you can also down load it on PSN, but check and make sure its up before getting your hopes up – Sony may wait on releasing it digitally with the regularly scheduled […]