US PlayStation Store Update: October 1, 2009


There’s a lot of new content on the PlayStation Store this week. While over 100 new PSP titles were released in celebration of the PSPgo launch, we’ll be looking into the PlayStation 3 side (for PSPgo titles, see PS.Blog). The latest issue of Qore is out, providing a look at Borderlands and more; demos for Brutal Legend and Need for Speed SHIFT are now available for download, both Digger HD and UNO are released as downloadable games, and a few new PSone Classics have been released include Gex 3. Then you have your music content, new Fallout 3 and LittleBigPlanet downloadable content, and that completes your update.

Ashamed to see there’s still no new avatars, though.

Read on for the complete update.

Price Drops

  • TV Show King Permanent Price Drop (now $7.99)


  • Qore Annual Subscription: October 2009 ($24.99)
  • Qore Episode 17: October 2009 ($2.99)

Downloadable Games

  • Digger HD ($9.99)
  • UNO ($9.99)

PSone Classics

  • Gex 3: Deep Cover Gecko ($5.99)
  • Jumping Flash! 2 ($5.99)
  • Nuclear Strike ($5.99)
  • Um Jammer Lammy ($5.99)


  • Brutal Legend Demo (free)
  • Need For Speed Shift Demo (free)


  • Fallout 3: Operation: Anchorage ($9.99)
  • Fallout 3: The Pitt ($9.99)
  • Guitar Hero Add-Ons
    • “Avon” by Queens of the Stone Age ($1.99)
    • “How to Handle a Rope” by Queens of the Stone Age ($1.99)
    • “Mexicola” by Queens of the Stone Age ($1.99)
    • Queens of the Stone Age Track Pack ($5.49) – Downloadable Track Pack featuring “Avon,” “How to Handle a Rope,” and “Mexicola” by Queens of the Stone Age. Please Note: Many songs are available both as singles and as part of a Track Pack, so please carefully consider your purchases before downloading.
  • LittleBigPlanet Watchmen Costume Pack ($5.99)
  • LittleBigPlanet Nite Owl Costume ($1.99)
  • LittleBigPlanet Ozymandias Costume ($1.99)
  • LittleBigPlanet Rorschach Costume ($1.99)
  • LittleBigPlanet Silk Spectre Costume ($1.99)
  • Rock Band Add-Ons
    • “U Suck” — Just Kait ($0.99)
    • “Knight on the Town”— Kula Shaker ($1.99)
    • “Hey Dude”— Kula Shaker ($1.99)
    • “So Cold”— Breaking Benjamin ($1.99)
    • “I Will Not Bow”— Breaking Benjamin ($1.99)
    • “The Diary of Jane”— Breaking Benjamin ($1.99)
    • Breaking Benjamin Pack 1 ($5.49) – Build your Rock Band library by purchasing this pack featuring “The Diary of Jane,” “I Will Not Bow,” and “So Cold” by Breaking Benjamin. Some tracks in this album are instrument-only and cannot be played by vocalists. Please make sure you have the latest Rock Band update.
    • “A Looking in View”— Alice in Chains ($1.99)
    • “Check My Brain”— Alice in Chains ($1.99)
    • “No Excuses”— Alice in Chains ($1.99)
    • “Rooster” Alice in Chains ($1.99)
    • “Would?”— Alice in Chains ($1.99)
    • Alice in Chains Pack 1 ($8.49) – Build your Rock Band library by purchasing this pack featuring. “A Looking in View,” “Check My Brain,” “No Excuses,” “Rooster,” and “Would?” by Alice in Chains. Some tracks in this album are instrument-only and cannot be played by vocalists. Please make sure you have the latest Rock Band update.

Game Videos

  • Gran Turismo – Jay Leno Interview
  • Gran Turismo PSP – TV Ad
  • FIFA Soccer 10: Live Season 2.0 Tutorial
  • Lost Planet 2 TGS 2009 Trailer
  • Need for Speed SHIFT: Track Film – Laguna Seca
  • Need for Speed SHIFT: Track Film – Road America
  • Need for Speed SHIFT: Driver Film – Vaughn Gittin
  • Shatter Behind the Scenes – Gameplay
  • Shatter Behind the Scenes – Sounds
  • Shatter Behind the Scenes – Visual
  • WET Video Short 2
  • WET Video Short 3
  • WET Video Short 5

Themes & Wallpapers

  • B17 Flying Fortress Theme 2 ($1.99)
  • Electric Tattoo Theme ($1.49)
  • Focke Wulf German Fighter Theme ($1.99)
  • Gran Turismo PSP Theme (free)
  • The King of Fighters XIII Custom Themes (x5) ($1.49 each)
  • Mistresses of Halloween Theme ($1.49)
  • Sorority Girls Theme ($1.99)

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