Feb 28, 2012

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PlayStation Store Update: February 28, 2012

PlayStation Store Update: February 28, 2012

After last week’s action-packed Store update that celebrated the launch of the PlayStation Vita in North America, PS3 and PS Vita gamers might be disappointed to find that today’s update features considerably less content. Still, a few noteworthy items are gracing the PlayStation Store today. First off, the complete Killzone 3 multiplayer suite is now available for free up to a certain level – every class, every game mode, and every map (even DLC maps!). Hopefully, this marks the beginning of an “a la carte approach” to multiplayer in Sony first-party titles from here on out. If nothing else, flexibility is a good thing.

A handful of new Vita demos are also gracing the store alongside PS2 Classic Primal, PS3 Full Game Deus Ex: Human Revolution, and new PSN title Storm. Check out the details below for a glimpse at what you can download now.

PlayStation Plus Bonuses

Free Games

  • Battle Fantasia
  • Fatal Inertia EX
  • Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket Powered Battle-Cars
  • Hamster Ball
  • Inferno Pool

Discounts

  • Killzone 3 Full Multiplayer (PS+ Price: $7.50 )

Free Themes and Avatars

  • Leap Year Dynamic Theme
  • Jak and Daxter Collection – Jak and Daxter Avatar 4
  • Jak and Daxter Collection – Dark Jak Avatar 2
PS VITA DEMOS
  • Dynasty Warriors Next
  • ModNation Racers: Road Trip
  • Reality Fighters
  • Touch My Katamari
PSN GAMES
  • Storm ($9.99)
  • Killzone 3 Multiplayer w/ Trial ($14.99)
  • Medieval Moves: Deadmund’s Quest ($39.99)
PS3 FULL GAMES
  • Deus Ex: Human Revolution ($39.99)
GAME DEMOS
  • Killzone 3 Multiplayer Demo
  • Major League Baseball 2K12 Demo
  • Top Gun: Hardlock Demo
  • EA Sports FIFA Street Demo
  • The Simpsons Arcade Game Demo
PS2 CLASSICS
  • Primal ($9.99)
PSP Minis
  • Ducati Challenge ($6.49)
  • Trailblazer ($2.99)

This week also sees the release of notable DLC for games like Final Fantasy XIII-2, NeverDead, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 (Vita), Blazblue: cse, and Saints Row: The Third. The official Foursquare Vita app is also available for download. If you’re curious about a few of the items listed, you can check out our reviews of Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Final Fantasy XIII-2.

What do you think of this week’s Store update? What will you be downloading first?