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This week on the PlayStation store, the pickings are slimmer for new games than they've been, but there is still some fun stuff to be found. Alice: Madness Returns arrives as a downloadable game, with a full-game trial for PlayStation Plus users. Rocksmith owners will have a chance to download some killer Megadeth…
In Never Dead, you can rip off your head and then throw it. In real life, you cannot do this. Well, at least I don't think you can.
Answering the fan mailbag on the band's official site, Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine says he's had recent "high level meetings" with Activision and Neversoft to discuss an idea that is more attractive to the band than a dedicated box set.
Megadeth's hip to the current age. The metal band seems to know what's going on and has embraced things like the internet, YouTube and (getting on topic) video games — namely, Rock Band. Megadeth has put its breakthrough album Peace Sells...But Who’s Buying? as Rock Band DLC.
Next week sees the arrival of Megadeth's breakthrough album Peace Sells…But Who's Buying? join the slowly growing list of complete recordings available in Rock Band. The 1986 metal album will be priced at $10.99 USD (880 Microsoft Points) with individual tracks going for $1.99 (160 Microsoft Points). Peace Sells…But…