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European PSN releases for June 1st [UPDATE]

Puzzles, puzzles, puzzles. We love puzzles. Hmmm, that would make a good name for a website. If it hadn't already been done. Puzzles are big in Europe, because we're all so smart. It's true. Sony knows this and is attempting to aid us on our quest to find more and more fun and interesting brain exercises (our 'Puzzle Quest', perhaps? -- Oh, that's been done before too ... ) by releasing Go! Puzzle on the European PlayStation Store today. Check the list below to see a full list of goodies that are available.
  • Go! Puzzle - Starter Pack (free)
  • Go! Puzzle - All Levels (£3.99)
  • Go! Puzzle - Swizzle Blocks (£1.99)
  • Go! Puzzle - Skyscraper (£1.99)
  • Go! Puzzle - Aquatica (£1.99)
  • PlayStation Network Showcase video (free)
  • Burnout Paradise trailer (free)
Puzzletastic, right? Nice of Sony to separate the different styles of game out like that, incase we want to mix and match our own perfect puzzle experience. We were hoping for Calling All Cars, but this isn't nearly as bad as last week's pitiful offerings. The PSN Showcase video is quite a fun watch. It's full of games that we won't be seeing for at least a couple of months. But as PlayStation 3 owners, we're used to that.

[UPDATE] Prices for Go! Puzzle packs have been corrected. Thanks Dave.

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1. When is Go Puzzle coming to the US store?

Posted at 6:57PM on Jun 1st 2007 by massive_98

2. Oh dear, another stinker from PSN! Let me just reiterate that... Another stinker from PSN!!!

A handful of videos last week.
2 videos and a puzzle game this week.

The fact that the puzzle game is split in to packs does not make it several games. This is simply the inequivalent of breaking Virtua Fighter down in to Character Packs and claiming they're separate games.

The PSN Video is a real P-Taker! The video shows all of the PSN games which are available, though it neglects to mention that if you're in Europe you have no hope of playing them -
Calling All Cars (my money is on a July release, though I'm not naming the year)
Warhawk (how many European players got accepted on the Beta?)

I'm really getting bored of my PS3 now.

Posted at 8:51PM on Jun 1st 2007 by Ian

3. Notice the green cube in the middle of the picture? That sums up my excitement.

Posted at 8:53PM on Jun 1st 2007 by Ian

4. I would just like to say that the correct prices for the aforementioned Puzzle packs etc are as follows - the Go! Puzzle - All Levels is £3.99 and the Swizzle Blocks,Skyscraper and Aquatica packs are all £1.99 each.

Posted at 8:58PM on Jun 1st 2007 by Dave

5. The online mode for Go! Puzzle is not working. Mods at the official forum have said that it's being investigated.

Posted at 10:57AM on Jun 2nd 2007 by russ


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