Playstation Store

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Releases - Crystal Defenders
... The game was later ported to Playstation Store and Xbox Live Arcade in August 6, 2009 ... The PlayStation 3 and Xbox Live Arcade versions are enhanced ports ... for the following platforms iOS – December 23, 2008 Xbox Live Arcade – March 11, 2009 PlayStation Store for PlayStation 3 – August 6, 2009 WiiWare (Japan) – January 27, 2009 WiiWare (North ...
Modnation - Marketing
... A demo was released on the PlayStation Store one week prior to the game's release ... A month prior to the game's release, an event was held in PlayStation Home in a special events space called The Backstage Pass and the event was called the "ModSpot Challenge". 2010, a dedicated Game Space was released in PlayStation Home for ModNation Racers called the ModNation Club ...
Little Princess: Marl Ōkoku No Ningyō Hime 2 - Legacy - PlayStation Store
... The game was made available for download via the PlayStation Store on May 31, 2007 ... However, the download was only available in Japan, and there is no word of bringing it to North America ...
Play Station Portable System Software - Versions - Details of Updates - Version 5
... been added for music, videos, and photos Space required to download a file from PlayStation Store to the Memory Stick has been reduced significantly ... The PlayStation Store can now be accessed without an account ... An option to sign-in automatically is now available on the PlayStation store sign-in screen ...
Pain (video Game)
... Pain is a 2007 video game for the PlayStation 3, developed by games studio Idol Minds ... It was originally released as a downloadable title available from the PlayStation Store and was first released in North America on November 29, 2007 and in ... in a collection which is available to download from the PlayStation Store called the 3D Collection ...

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