Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has given the full skinny on what new PS3 downloads will be available from the PlayStation Store this month. It includes four original games, new content for MotorStorm and Resistance: Fall Of Man, and a bunch of PS one games to download and transfer to your PSP.
You might still be able to walk into a high-street shop and buy a PS3, but nevertheless hundreds of thousands of people spent the weekend playing on Sony’s new console. Many of those will have gotten online too, whether exploring the PlayStation Store or playing against each other over the network.
Is that the winds of changed opinions blowing? Actually, that last sentence sounds like an unholy mash-up of Bob Dylan and The Scorpions, which would be hellish. But the point is this: since last week’s GDC show in San Francisco, the buzz around Sony’s PlayStation 3 has taken a turn for the better.
If I have a criticism of the PS3's launch line-up, it's that it's a bit predictable. Sure, all the key console genres are represented – sports, driving, Halo first-person shooters etc. But they're mostly a case of being same-old same-old,…