PlayStation Store Update: Time Is Money

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This week's PlayStation Store update for North America features a refreshingly honest dose of Skate 2 downloadable content. It's for the "busy or just plain lazy," says the official description.


Yes, it's one of those pay-to-play affairs, unlocking everything for a price. If you don't feel like paying, there are a pair of new PlayStation 3 demos, one for WipEout HD and another for F.E.A.R. 2. On top of that, you'll find the expected Rock Band and Guitar Hero updates, plus... well, read on. You'll see.

Games and Demos
F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin demo
WipEout HD demo

Expansions and Add-ons
Skate 2: Time is Money Pack ($4.99)
BUZZ! Quiz TV American Culture Pack ($5.99)
Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm: Storm Pack 7 (free)

Guitar Hero World Tour tracks
* “Tomorrow” by Silverchair ($1.99)
* “Outtathaway!” by The Vines ($1.99)
* “Dimension” by Wolfmother ($1.99)
* Aussie Track Pack ($5.49) - “Tomorrow” by Silverchair, “Dimension” by Wolfmother, and “Outtathaway!” by The Vines

Rock Band tracks
* “Feed the Tree” - Belly ($1.99)
* “I Stand Alone” - Godsmack ($1.99)
* “Typical” - Mute Math ($1.99)
* “War Zone” - Rob Zombie ($1.99)
* “Wind Me Up” - Ghost Hounds ($1.99)
* “Space Cowboy” - Steve Miller Band ($1.99)
* “Take the Money and Run” - Steve Miller Band ($1.99)
* “The Joker” - Steve Miller Band ($1.99)
* Steve Miller Band Track Pack ($5.49) - “Take the Money and Run,” “The Joker,” and “Space Cowboy” by Steve Miller Band

Game Videos
Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard Teaser trailer
Mirror's Edge PS3 Exclusive DLC trailer
Resistance: Retribution Story trailer
Ski-Doo Snowmobile Challenge trailer
The Lord of the Rings Conquest "Good To Be Good" trailer

Moves and Television
Max Payne: Script to Screen featurette
Horton Hears a Who: Anatomy of Scene featurette
The X-Files: I Want To Believe "Reinstated" featurette


Wallpapers and Themes
Plenty of Premium PSP Themes that you shouldn't buy ($0.99 to $1.49)



"The Joker" and "Space Cowboy"?

Aren't they the same song?



Seriously. WHAT THE FUCK? 0_0